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French Rabbit Pinot Noir Tetra Pak

External Review by CityWineCellar.com:

We were pleased to find a new entrant, French Rabbit Pinot Noir into the non-bottle wine arena in our local Target Super Store. Target seems to have an eclectic, if not overly large, selection of win

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Winery: French rabbit  
Color: Red
Varietal: Pinot Noir
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French rabbit:
Born out of a passion for delicious wine and respect for the earth, French rabbit wines are perfect for everyday enjoyment. Our vintage-dated wines, the first premium French wines in an eco-friendly Tetra Pak™ container, are sourced from sustainably farmed vineyards in the sunny Pays d’Oc region of Southern France.

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Snooth User: macydj
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2.00 5
05/26/2009

Two glasses


External Reviews for French Rabbit Pinot Noir Tetra Pak

External Review
Source: CityWineCellar.com
04/12/2011

We were pleased to find a new entrant, French Rabbit Pinot Noir into the non-bottle wine arena in our local Target Super Store. Target seems to have an eclectic, if not overly large, selection of win


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Source: CityWineCellar.com
10/15/2009

We were pleased to find a new entrant, French Rabbit Pinot Noir into the non-bottle wine arena in our local Target Super Store. Target seems to have an eclectic, if not overly large, selection of wine. They have their own Wine Cube boxed wines, a smallish selection of bottles, and one of the larger selections of little packs of single-serving bottles. The 1-liter Tetra Pack used by French Rabbit is the typical miracle of thin-wall packaging. It takes up much less space than a 750-ml bottle, but holds a third more. I should point out that this type of box packaging is like a bottle in that once opened, the wine is in contact with the air contained in the container’s void space. So, if you plan to consume the wine over a period of days, you might consider pouring the remainder into a smaller container or using some other type of preservation technique.



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