VRAC, Rosé Bag-in-Box
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VRAC, Rosé Bag-in-Box - 2021

Item # 36997 (3L)
$28.96/ Single Bottle
$173.76 $156.38/ Case of 6
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Tasting Notes

VRAC Rosé is made from fruit grown in the Pays des Maures and the Pays de la Mediterranée, in the heart of Provence. Light pink in color, endlessly drinkable, this bag in box is the equivalent to 4 bottles of wine. Keep refrigerated for freshness and serve with anything from meat and cheese boards to salads and seafood.


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Staff Pick Notes

Boxed wine has never been at the height of luxury and style. From Franzia "Sunset Blush" to Peter Vella "California Burgundy," we've been treated with some pretty poor examples of what can only be called wine, "question mark". More recent trends have seen an increase in quality wine in boxes, thanks to their lower carbon footprint and ability to stay fresh after opening. Now there are so many great options, it's hard to choose which one to buy! If there isn't a box of VRAC Rosé in the fridge, is it even Summer? This lovely provençale pink is dry, bright, crisp, and refreshing - everything I'm looking for in a crushable summertime sipper.

- TI

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