Vrac Boxed Rosé

Adaptable and versatile, fresh dry rosés compliment most any fare. Great with roasted vegetables, barbecued chicken, barbecued ribs, hell, barbecued anything or a Kerala fish curry with fragrant rice.

OK. I know what you’re thinking. Boxed wine?! But let me tell you. Boxed wine is awesome. The nature of the packaging keeps it airtight, so it doesn't go bad after it’s opened, and then you can drink it at your own pace. The packaging cuts down on the cost as well, so it’s very affordable and less wasteful since it won’t go bad and down the drain. There’s a ton of pleasure in pouring yourself a glass as you bake or cook in the afternoon. If I’m just in the kitchen for leisure and winding down my day, waiting for something to come out of the oven before dinner, I’ll pour a little into a small tumbler or jar. I almost never use a wine glass. Vrac Rosé is my favorite right now. To buy wine “en vrac” in french means “in bulk”, direct from the winemaker. With this box you’re getting approximately four bottles for about the cost of two or three. I buy it at my local wine shop, the Greene Grape.

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