I took three bottles of wine camping with me. Come to think of it, I brought the wife and kids too, but the important thing is the wine. The wine selections were:
2005 Casillero del Diablo Cabernet Sauvignon
2005 D'Arenberg "The Laughing Magpie"
2004 Frescobaldi Nipozzano Riserva
Unfortunately, I ignored my own rules, choosing a wine (the D'Arenberg) with a ton of sludge. I actually knew it would be sludgey, but I really wanted to bring a screw top (this was the only one in my cellar). All the campfires in the world could not prevent me from pouring giant chunks into my fellow campers "glasses". A great wine, but not a great camping choice.
The other two were excellent wines for camping, but did require a corkscrew. The Casillero del Diablo paired nicely with hamburgers and roast marshmallows, while the Nipozzano paired well with pasta in a cheesey rose sauce.
Two out of three ain't bad...