VRAC Côtes-du-Rhône, Bag-in-Box
Staff Pick

VRAC Côtes-du-Rhône, Bag-in-Box

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

During these trying times I've found my drinking habits have changed. No more "It's 5 o'clock somewhere." Days blur together, is there even such a thing as time anymore? Now that it's "acceptable" to drink at any hour, I'm loving the freedom of a good boxed wine. No need to crack open a bottle for my 12pm shower wine, just open the spigot and you're good to go. Great boxed wines, like VRAC Cotes du Rhone, aren't at risk of spoilage if you leave it on the counter for a few days (or weeks). They're also very economical, 3L = 4 bottles! That makes this awesome wine less than $9/bottle. VRAC Cotes du Rhone is light to medium bodied and full of vibrant cherry notes and a sweet baking spice that brings depth to the wine. An absolute steal, highly recommend.

- TI

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