Don’t let the fact that these boxed wines don’t come in a bottle with a fancy wine label fool you, you can find some excellent boxed wine. Tired of buying wine by the bottle and want to start experimenting with box wine but you’re wary thanks to Franzia box wine? No worries – here’s a list of some best boxed wines that are sure to impress.
Not that Sangria is particularly hard to make, but it’s nice that Target has done all the work for you. Available in packages equal to a couple of glasses up to 4 bottles, this Sangria is ready to go right out of the box, or you can jazz it up with some extra fruit or soda water for fizz.
A new package that’s attractive enough to be left out even when company is over. With a top quality twist spigot that won’t drip wine all over your floor, this New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc box wine is perfect for light appetizers, chicken, or by itself on a hot day. Flavors of citrus are crisp and refreshing.
A quality French wine in a box is hard display to pass up. While not revolutionary in any way, the mild, fruity flavors of the wine are perfect for an upgraded table wine that’s great for enjoying while watching TV and noshing on some delivered pizza – a step up from your usual blended red table wines.
Another offering from Octavin that might actually be the most perfect red table box wine. A blend of Syrah, Petite Sirah, Grenache, Montepuliciano, Mourvedre, Sangiovese, Algianico, Tannat, Nero D’Avola, Sargentino, Touriga, Barbera, and Petit Verdot – it has a little of everything. While not doing anything particularly well, it doesn’t do anything poorly either and will match up with just about anything you’d want a glass of red wine for, especially relaxing after a long day.
Another New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, this one is features a bit more of a dry finish while still offering up the same crisp acidity and tropical fruit flavors that are associated with Sauvignon Blanc. A great boxed wine buy for anybody that eats copious amounts of seafood as this will pair wonderfully with it.
Another French Pinot box wine with earthy notes of fresh raspberry and strawberry on the nose with flavors of ripe red fruit on the palate. A step up from the Pinot Evil that will pair well with grilled meats, particularly pork and salmon.
Old Vine Zinfandel by itself is a great box wine, when offered in high volume at a great price it’s even better. The Bota Box Old Vine Zinfandel is dark and jammy with aromas of blackberry and dark cherry. Spice and pepper on the finish with a hint of vanilla and just the right amount of tannins make this the perfect wine for pairing with a hearty meal of pasta or pizza.
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