Though I usually prefer red myself, if you want a white in the warmer months a vaccum flask will keep it chilled better...
(I know folk who've been using wine-box bladders as water bottles for years, they're pretty tough and seem to last well)
Sean Mcguinness wrote (see)
I have noticed that Morrisons have started to do 75cl tetra packs not sure what range of wines they do though.
Peter Clinch wrote (see)
Though I usually prefer red myself, if you want a white in the warmer months a vaccum flask will keep it chilled better...Pete.
I usually take red wine as it seems more suited to drinking outdoors.
However, I find that a Platy bottle of chilled white stays surprisingly cool in the pack, even in hot weather. Also, when you come to drink it in the evening, the hill temperature is normally low enough for it to stay at a drinkable temperature without a flask.
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