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The Best Box Wine - The Reverse Wine Snob Picks!
Box wine has a bad rap, and unfortunately a lot of it is deserved. There are way too many producers out there solely using the box to keep their costs as low as possible – including filling it with the cheapest wine possible. Bad wine is bad wine, no matter how cheap it is and the format it comes in!
At Reverse Wine Snob we are constantly on the search for reputable wineries putting quality wine in a box for the right reasons -- convenience, being environmentally friendly, staying fresh for weeks and of course the cost savings in terms of packaging and shipping (which hopefully get passed on to you). Below are our favorite picks for the best inexpensive box wines on the market.
(Hint: You might also want to check our Big Box Wine Rundown to find out which boxes you don’t want to pick!)
Read on for our list of The Best Box Wine!
At only $5.99, this is the type of wine that has made Trader Joe's low price wine selections legendary. 50% Aragones, 40% Castelao … [Read more...]
The Boxx Cellars Sangiovese, low production wine from the Sangiovese specialists at Vino Noceto. 100% Sangiovese from Amador County, … [Read more...]
This quirky crowd-pleaser definitely has mass appeal. 100% Cabernet Sauvignon from Maipo Valley, Chile. The wine has a residual sugar of 4 … [Read more...]
Just what you want in a box. 100% Carmenere from Colchagua Valley, Chile. The wine has a residual sugar of 3.2 g/L and spends time in … [Read more...]
You'll be very glad this super refreshing rosé comes in a box! 80% Grenache and 20% Cinsault from Domaine de La Castille in Provence, … [Read more...]