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The boxes have up to 2.25 liter capacities (that’s equal to almost five to six regular sized bottles) so, you have to figure they’re making a lot of wine. But, for many occasions what you want is a refreshing and pleasing beverage that can be enjoyed without any fuss and a box wine is just fine.
Enjoy the quality wine in premium box?
Is quality on the rise in the world of boxed wine? I think it is. As quality generally rises throughout Wine World the quality of the boxed wines also rises. Although you will not see the French of Bordeaux putting their finest cuvees into mylar bags anytime soon, very competent wines from Australia and California, Argentina and South Africa, as well as France are now available in boxes. The “Black Box” wines from California are a case in point. They are fruity, juicy and innocent of real complexity but they possess aromatic and textural interest that makes them better than boring.
What’s more, tasted over a period of years they show vintage variation. We as a very large wine making company offer wines in tetra-packs and they are very decent. We make as big a deal of their environmental dedication as they do of the quality of their wines. But they are vintage dated and sustainable farmed with varietal character that reveals their French origin.
Which question comes in mind?
Are boxes the way of the future”? I think they should be. In the current world. In which 50% or more of the cost you pay for wine is marketing and packaging and the expense of shipping heavy glass bottles is excessive. It seems the bag-in-box offers some relief. The wine stays fresh for a greatly extended period. The threat of cork taint is removed and there are no indications that the modern packaging detracts in any way from delicate aromatic of flavor components.
The demand for quality wine has stretched certain resources (like the supply of cork) to the extreme. Why not adopt a new packaging system that would allow the traditional materials to be reserved for the very best wines? While the majority of average to good quality wines could be packaged, shipped and sold for less. It is allowing more people to enjoy the fruit of the Wine.