First screw caps, now this: Is it possible wine in a box has actually made the leap from “cheesy joke” to “viable vino option”?
The makers of Black Box wine think so. They decided, “screw all those bottles,” and designed an easily-accessible container for continued use, combining two things we love in our alcoholic beverages: affordable quality and easy access.
Imagine of having an endless tap of wine (well, 4 bottles worth) at your disposal. Ready for pairing with any dinner, or a quiet nightcap with your girl. Without taking up a ton of room in the fridge.
And if you’re a guy who likes a glass of wine now and then, but not often enough to pop a whole bottle, you can grab a single glass of Cab from the handy spigot, without having to worry about oxygen spoiling the entire bottle. The box is sealed tight, keeping it fresh a lot longer than an open bottle.
But seriously, how good is wine in a box? It all depends on the quality of grape used to produce the wine.
And to get the most out of the attributes of Black Box wines, the grapes are sourced from the world’s top winegrowing regions, including Napa Valley, Sonoma County, Italy and New Zealand. The wines are traditionally crafted, with meticulous attention paid to every step of the wine-making process. So can world-class wines come from a box? Sure. And there’s no corkscrew needed.