13. Boxed Wine

When most people hear the phrase “boxed wine,” they think of cheap glorified grape juice. Franzia is a classic joke amongst frat-boys. However, boxed wine is in the process of a serious comeback.


:only good for chugging:

:only good for chugging:



First of all, boxed wine stays fresh for much longer than the traditional corked bottle. A box of wine also, usually, holds 3-4 bottles’ worth, and costs significantly less than the bottles would cost alone. 

My friend Angus introduced me to Killer Juice Cabernet Sauvignon. It’s more than decent, and much better than I expected when I saw the spigot. I like a bold, full-bodied red wine, and this did not disappoint. It was dark in color, unlike its pale sister Franzia. And the taste was absolutely worth the $20 price tag (remember that this is for much more than just a bottle). 


:real wine! it just happens to be in a box:

:real wine! it just happens to be in a box:


This person’s website has more info on boxed wines, along with reviews. Read up! And then drink up.

May 21, 2009. Food, Rectangles, Websites.

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