Concepts we are enthusiastic about: another one has been added. When you think about tapping, your first thoughts are most likely going to be the beer. But then there was WineTank in Rotterdam: where you walk in with an empty bottle and then leave the building with a full bottle of your favorite wine.
WineTank was created out of the will to open a zero waste boutique that focuses on -of course- wine but also a bit of experience. And it worked. There are two possibilities. Either you buy a swing-top bottle once that you fill with a wine of your choice from one of the sixteen tanks, or you bring a resealable bottle with you that you have filled.
And for a sympathetic price too: for a mere 10 euros you can take a liter home with you. The Food Inspiration website made a cool video, so you can see exactly how tapping works.
And there is plenty of choice. Whether you go for a cool copy and go straight to a rug in the park, or want to go big and red for a multi-course dinner at home: everything is possible. From Merlot to Chardonnay and from Syrah to Grenache: it would be a small miracle if there was nothing in between that you love.
Also nice: give a TankPas as a gift. An empty bottle with a pass, so you can fill it yourself. How do you taste it then? You can read that here .
But that is not everything. The sustainable aspect is not only in the packaging -or rather the absence of the packaging-, WineTank implements the theme in all facets. For example, all winemakers work with respect for nature. The wines are produced in a sustainable, artisanal and therefore traditional method. Or, as WineTank puts it: better for your lifestyle , your wallet and your environment.
In short: worth a trip to the Van Oldenbarneveltstraat in Rotterdam. Get a taste? Then also check out these wine shops in Utrecht.
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