Hello friends and welcome to another edition of Travels in the South. Today we are making a twist in a regular food posting. Today mom wants to share something she found at our local market over the weekend – so you know it’s gotta be good, right? Every now and then, mom likes to partake in the grapes and by that I mean the spirits… no not that kind of spirits – the alcohol spirits. Snorts with piggy laughter. The downside is that if she opens a bottle of wine, it usually goes bad before she finishes it. She doesn’t drink very often and we all know mom who likes to save money.
So this weekend, she found these little jewels in the wine aisle. They are new to our area. They are individual one serving little ‘glasses’ of wine. The bottles are actually plastic. You pop the plastic top, take off the safety covering and there you go – drink on up my friend. If you can’t finish it, put the plastic top back on and put it back in the fridge. Now aren’t those the cutest things you’ve ever seen? They come in four flavors right now: cabernet sauvignon, red sangria, chardonnay and moscato. AND they cost about $3.00 a glass.
Mom had to buy one of every flavor for the new fridge. You know just in case the desire hits her and she needs some vino. What do you think? Have you seen these in your area?