Friday’s idle VF.com happy hour is brought to us today by The Dreaming Tree, a.k.a., Dave Matthew’s new wine label, which mailed us these samples. To the press release:

Bottles used for The Dreaming Tree wines are 50 percent lighter than the average wine bottle, resulting in a smaller carbon footprint as the wines are transported. The natural cork closure is sustainably grown, and the bottle’s label is made with a 100% recycled kraft brown paper and sealed with an eco-friendly sealant.

“A cloud of smug forms above each bottle,” notes one of our tasters.

Friday’s idle VF.com happy hour is brought to us today by The Dreaming Tree, a.k.a., Dave Matthew’s new wine label, which mailed us these samples. To the press release:

Bottles used for The Dreaming Tree wines are 50 percent lighter than the average wine bottle, resulting in a smaller carbon footprint as the wines are transported. The natural cork closure is sustainably grown, and the bottle’s label is made with a 100% recycled kraft brown paper and sealed with an eco-friendly sealant.

“A cloud of smug forms above each bottle,” notes one of our tasters.