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There’s no denying that bringing wine along for a camp dinner classes it up a little bit, and when you’re trying to impress that’s a good thing. The tasting notes for this one describe it as a “playful white wine with crisp notes of orange blossom, ripe apricot, and lychee fruit.”
Whether or not you appreciate all that, you will definitely call it “good”. It’s light and refreshing, perfect for dinner on the trail. The 500ml Tetra Pak is tough, packable, collapses down when empty, and contains enough for three medium glasses. Our testers report that it pairs well with spicy trail dishes or for dessert, particularly when sitting in a camp chair watching a setting sun drop behind the mountains. $4, 1lb.; alicewhite.com