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wine box

wine sold in a cubic carton, usually of three-litre capacity, having a plastic lining and a tap for dispensing
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I was surprised at the luscious tannins, more than most I've tasted in box wines and some bottled Cabs.
A large space for these comments can be used for tasting over time, such as the longevity of a box wine over four weeks.
And now, we're even seeing some non-traditional premium box wine that is hitting the mark with consumers." The study also revealed key trends driving growth: - An increase in merchandising support contributed to the success of the top 30 brands; all brands experienced an increase in weeks of support, and the majority had significant incremental sales gains from promotion.
M&S: Two Caledonian Salmon Fillets (283g) pounds 3.99, down from pounds 4.99; Aberdeen Angus Joints pounds 7.99 per kg, down from pounds 8.99; Belgian Chocolates (350g box) pounds 6.99, down from pounds 7.99; Tempronillo Bag in a Box Wine (3 litre) pounds 10.99, down from pounds 12.50.
Meanwhile, sales among the 3-liter premium-price box wine segment brands advanced more than 18 %.
Toasty might not be the first quality that pops to mind when you think of a cooling summer sipper, but the 2013 J California Pinot Gris (about $13 at big box wine stores) delivers admirably on that seeming contradiction.
If you're a drinker of three to five glasses a week, this means a 3-liter box wine will last you about a month.
The fastest growing segment of domestic table wine regardless of packaging type was premium box wine priced $3.50-$4.99 per 750m1equiv-alent.
The Gallo portfolio comprises more than 100 unique brands, including Barefoot Cellars, Dark Horse and Gallo Family Vineyards, as well as premium box wines The Naked Grape and Vin Vault.
Following the debut of the Tide eco-box, Twitter was filled up with memes comparing the latest packaging with that of box wines like Franzia:
The growth in box wines meant $68 million in additional sales for a category that now represents close to 15% of domestic table wine sales.
Box wines still have a negative stigma as being cheap plonk.