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VRAC Côtes-du-Rhône, Bag-in-Box

Item # 18260 (3L)
$34.96/ Single Bottle
$209.76 $188.78/ Case of 6
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Item Notes

  • Currently this item can only be shipped in Manhattan, Queens & Brooklyn or picked up at our store at 399 Lafayette St., NYC.

Tasting Notes

We found this Côtes du Rhône to be so enjoyable, light-bodied, fresh and fruity, that we couldn't believe it and chose to carry it in the "Bag-in-a-Box", 3 liter size. It is made in the style of the French countryside where people pull up to a winery and fill their jugs full of wine. Now you too can lead this lifestyle.


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