Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Review: Calnaturale cabernet sauvignon

California Natural Products was started by Pat Mitchell in 1980 as an R&D Company and began producing product in flexible packaging in 1994. Since collaborating on the first launch of wine in Tetra Pak cartons in the U.S. in 2004, CNP has packed over 2 million cases. This includes custom packing for some of California’s leading premium wine producers and the largest wineries in the world.
"We are excited about the introduction of our own brand into the marketplace," said company Executive Vice President, Rodney Tipton. "With CalNaturale, we are using our experience as a bonded winery "bottling" in flexible packaging, to bring this exciting new product to the table." CNP prides itself on being environmentally responsible and looks forward to adding to the line of CalNaturale premium varietal wines in the future.

Christina's voice:
Calnaturale is another product that i have tried that is made in California. The award-winning Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon are the first California wines made from certified organically grown grapes and are packaged in eco-friendly Tetra Pak cartons, which have half the carbon footprint of glass bottled wine.This container equals 2/3 of a standard 750 ml bottle of wine. I didn't have to sign for this, which i thought was odd but i mean i know I'm of age but i would be highly upset if my kids ordered it and got it.. You know what i mean? it does have 13.8 % vol of alcohol. and very taste. ( better ice cold than room temp.)

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