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Why Rosé Is the Perfect Wine for Fall: 10 Bottles to Buy Right Now

Why Rosé Is the Perfect Wine for Fall: 10 Bottles to Buy Right Now


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It's not just a summer wine; sip your way through the fall with these rosés

Why Rosé Is the Perfect Wine for Fall: 10 Bottles to Buy Right Now

Rosé is on a sales tear. In France, rosé outsells white wine. Far from being the niche product popular with female wine drinkers, or a wine thought of as a minor offering suitable for summertime barbecues, that it used to be, rosé has gone mainstream.

Take a look at 10 rosés we suggest for the fall.

2014 Château d’Esclans, Les Clans, Côtes de Provence, France, $8

Very pale pink. Complex fruit nose. Well-balanced in the mouth with a broad texture. Made from grenache and rolle. Founded by Sacha Lichine, son of prominent Bordeaux winemaker Alexis Lichine — with winemaking and viticulture overseen made by former Château Mouton Rothschild managing director Patrick Léon — Château D’Esclans brings winemaking star power to Provence. The price, be warned, reflects that. (The same producer makes a more popular-priced rosé, Whispering Angel.) But it is nice to see dedicated outsiders come into a winemaking area; it tends to encourage all to raise their game.

2014 Domaine de Tamary, Côtes de Provence, France, $11

Mineral and herb-led nose with significant punch. A full palate of rose petal and dark berry flavors. Medium plus acid and a medium finish. Very flavorful but not in the ‘fruit-bomb’ sense. Complex flavors from a blend of 45 percent grenache, 35 percent cinsault, 15 percent mourvèdre, and 5 percent rolle (vermentino). Impressive and a promising match with a wide range of seafood and white meat, including turkey and veal.

2013 Domaine Moulin La Viguerie, Les Falaises de Braise, Tavel AOP, France, $12

The small area of Tavel in the southern Rhône produces only rosé wines (if “Tavel AOP” is on the bottle). Grapes are grenache, cinsault, syrah, and mourvèdre. The wines are known for their ability to age, often over 20 years. This wine reflects its powerful grape varieties, with a tannic backbone that gives it character. Best with food, especially pork, veal, or poultry.

NV Martini & Rossi, Sparkling Rosé, Italy, $12

The wine looks like a rosé prosecco, but prosecco must be white. This one is made from malvasia, brachetto (providing the red hue), and moscato bianco (aka muscat) and resembles prosecco in its lightness and its sparkling character. Simple, but an economical choice for a group toast.

2014 Milbrandt Vineyards Rosé, Columbia Valley, Washington, $13

Made from a blend of sangiovese and syrah. Color of smoked salmon. Light nose. Prominent backbone in the mouth. Fruity taste of moderately ripe fruit. Fresh and pleasant although fairly simple. Pair with pasta dishes.

2014 Attems, Pinot Grigio Ramato, Venezia-Giulia IGT, Italy, $18

Made from pinot grigio grapes left in contact with their skin for over 24 hours, this wine has a medium copper hue and a nose of peanut shells and rose petals. In the mouth, the wine is dry with a good tannic backbone and medium-plus acid. Medium finish. Good choice for Thanksgiving turkey or to accompany zesty Mexican food.

2014 Balletto, Rosé of Pinot Noir, Estate Grown, Russian River Valley, Sonoma County, California, $18

Dried flowers, hints of lemon peel, and minerally notes in the nose. Strawberry flavors of ripe fruit. Medium acid, light tannins, short finish.

2014 Wedding Oak Rosé, Diamante Doble Vineyard, Texas High Plains, Texas, $18

Made from dolcetto. The wine has a light, floral nose. The mouth has a firm backbone, medium finish, and medium complexity. Flavors of red berries such as strawberry and raspberry dominate. An enjoyable quaffing wine and also good with cheese.

2014 Blackbird Vineyards, ‘Arriviste,’ Napa, California, $25

A glorious sunset orange color. Produced from cabernet franc, cabernet sauvignon, and merlot. Nose of mineral and ripe red fruit. Intense fruity flavors in the mouth. Medium body, medium-plus acid, and medium finish. The fruit-acid balance in this wine is exquisite. Can be very pleasantly quaffed on its own or served with white meat, veal, or a cheese plate.

2014 Château des Vingtinières, Côtes de Provence, France, $74

Nose of cinnamon, burnt match, and potpourri. Mouth of herbs, lime, and plum with a firm tannic backbone. 50 percent cinsault, 40 percent grenache, and 10 percent syrah. Medium acid, medium-minus finish. Straightforward on the palate.


10 Best Boxed Wine Brands to Drink in 2021

The bag-in-a-box version isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment.

Boxed wine used to suffer from a bad rap, but today's versions offer a winning combination of great taste and value. They're a fantastic choice if you enjoy the health benefits of the odd glass of wine during the week. Thanks to the air-tight design, you can pour yourself a glass without worrying about the wine going off or losing its freshness. Once opened, boxed wine lasts anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks. Affordable and less waste? Sign us up!

The bag-in-a-box format isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment. Producing and shipping glass wine bottles requires far more energy and resources than the humble bag-in-a-box combo. With social distancing measures still in place, it'll be a minute before we can go back to hosting large gatherings. But when it's time to throw your first post-pandemic BBQ or backyard bash, consider picking up some boxed wine. At 3L (about 4 bottles of wine), you can keep the wine flowing and your guests happy.

So whether you're looking to lower your carbon footprint, sip on delicious wine without blowing your budget, or treat yourself to a glass of wine minus the hassle of it spoiling within a few days, boxed wines are well-worth checking out. These are our top boxed wines to pick up year-round:

Delicious, organic boxed wine? You bet! Jenny & Francois Selections' organic natural boxed wine &ldquoFrom the Tank&rdquo comes in red, white, and rosé versions. With its berry-driven profile mixed with violets, fresh herbs, and a dash of black pepper, From the Tank: Red is a real standout.

A little bit tropical mixed with notes of peach, lemon, lime, and crisp apple, Bandit's Pinot Grigio is a must-try for white wine fans. The lightweight Tetra Pak containers come in 500ml and 1L versions, making Bandit Wines perfectly portable if you're camping, headed to the beach, or a picnic in the park. Heads up: There are 6 other wines in the Bandit lineup, and they're all worth trying.

Loads of rich berry and cherry aromas and flavors in this delightfully fruity Spanish Garnacha. A touch of pepper and licorice round out the palate. Thanks to its fresh profile, you could easily serve this slightly chilled on a hot day. All that gorgeous fruit means with wine would work equally well in a sangria.

Made from certified organic grapes, Natural Origins is one of the first organic boxed wines to emerge from South America. Decadent blackberry, cherry, cassis, and plum with generous dashes of black pepper. Plus, thanks to its thick skin, Malbec is loaded with resveratrol, which means it&rsquos one of the healthier red wine choices you can make.

Rosé lovers will adore the ripe strawberry, cherry, and pretty floral notes in this classic southern Rhone blend. Featuring a juicy blend of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah, La Vieille Ferme Rosé is a brilliant choice for spring, summer&mdashwhenever the sun's shining.

This wonderfully crisp white wine is based on the French Picpoul grape. It's a marvelous summer sipper that's clean and bright with plenty of lemon, honeysuckle, and chalky minerality. A great aperitif wine that's ideal for any occasion that takes you outdoors.

Tuscan sunshine in a box. Sangiovese dominates this organic red, leading with notes of tart cherry, crushed rose petals, fresh herbs, and subtle spice. Perfect for pizza, pasta, or sausage dishes, or whenever you&rsquod consider opening up a Chianti.

A delicious Cabernet Franc-based rosé featuring ample watermelon, raspberry, cherry, and peach. Bridge Lane's super sippable dry rosé is crafted from a blend of sustainably-farmed grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island. If lighter rosés are your thing, be sure to pick up a box. (PS: It also comes in cans.)

Merlot is packed with polyphenols, including the anti-inflammatory quercetin. This lush red opens up with tons of black cherry, plum, and blackberry layered over sweet baking spices. Smooth, and easy to drink is the epitome of a rich yet affordable California Merlot.

Another sustainable choice out of Italy, Cantine Povero's Dolcetto leans heavily into the dark fruit camp. Blackberry, plum, black cherry, but there are some lovely red berry flavors in there as well. A little tart, a little tannic, it hits all the right notes and is a safe pick for vegan wine drinkers.


10 Best Boxed Wine Brands to Drink in 2021

The bag-in-a-box version isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment.

Boxed wine used to suffer from a bad rap, but today's versions offer a winning combination of great taste and value. They're a fantastic choice if you enjoy the health benefits of the odd glass of wine during the week. Thanks to the air-tight design, you can pour yourself a glass without worrying about the wine going off or losing its freshness. Once opened, boxed wine lasts anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks. Affordable and less waste? Sign us up!

The bag-in-a-box format isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment. Producing and shipping glass wine bottles requires far more energy and resources than the humble bag-in-a-box combo. With social distancing measures still in place, it'll be a minute before we can go back to hosting large gatherings. But when it's time to throw your first post-pandemic BBQ or backyard bash, consider picking up some boxed wine. At 3L (about 4 bottles of wine), you can keep the wine flowing and your guests happy.

So whether you're looking to lower your carbon footprint, sip on delicious wine without blowing your budget, or treat yourself to a glass of wine minus the hassle of it spoiling within a few days, boxed wines are well-worth checking out. These are our top boxed wines to pick up year-round:

Delicious, organic boxed wine? You bet! Jenny & Francois Selections' organic natural boxed wine &ldquoFrom the Tank&rdquo comes in red, white, and rosé versions. With its berry-driven profile mixed with violets, fresh herbs, and a dash of black pepper, From the Tank: Red is a real standout.

A little bit tropical mixed with notes of peach, lemon, lime, and crisp apple, Bandit's Pinot Grigio is a must-try for white wine fans. The lightweight Tetra Pak containers come in 500ml and 1L versions, making Bandit Wines perfectly portable if you're camping, headed to the beach, or a picnic in the park. Heads up: There are 6 other wines in the Bandit lineup, and they're all worth trying.

Loads of rich berry and cherry aromas and flavors in this delightfully fruity Spanish Garnacha. A touch of pepper and licorice round out the palate. Thanks to its fresh profile, you could easily serve this slightly chilled on a hot day. All that gorgeous fruit means with wine would work equally well in a sangria.

Made from certified organic grapes, Natural Origins is one of the first organic boxed wines to emerge from South America. Decadent blackberry, cherry, cassis, and plum with generous dashes of black pepper. Plus, thanks to its thick skin, Malbec is loaded with resveratrol, which means it&rsquos one of the healthier red wine choices you can make.

Rosé lovers will adore the ripe strawberry, cherry, and pretty floral notes in this classic southern Rhone blend. Featuring a juicy blend of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah, La Vieille Ferme Rosé is a brilliant choice for spring, summer&mdashwhenever the sun's shining.

This wonderfully crisp white wine is based on the French Picpoul grape. It's a marvelous summer sipper that's clean and bright with plenty of lemon, honeysuckle, and chalky minerality. A great aperitif wine that's ideal for any occasion that takes you outdoors.

Tuscan sunshine in a box. Sangiovese dominates this organic red, leading with notes of tart cherry, crushed rose petals, fresh herbs, and subtle spice. Perfect for pizza, pasta, or sausage dishes, or whenever you&rsquod consider opening up a Chianti.

A delicious Cabernet Franc-based rosé featuring ample watermelon, raspberry, cherry, and peach. Bridge Lane's super sippable dry rosé is crafted from a blend of sustainably-farmed grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island. If lighter rosés are your thing, be sure to pick up a box. (PS: It also comes in cans.)

Merlot is packed with polyphenols, including the anti-inflammatory quercetin. This lush red opens up with tons of black cherry, plum, and blackberry layered over sweet baking spices. Smooth, and easy to drink is the epitome of a rich yet affordable California Merlot.

Another sustainable choice out of Italy, Cantine Povero's Dolcetto leans heavily into the dark fruit camp. Blackberry, plum, black cherry, but there are some lovely red berry flavors in there as well. A little tart, a little tannic, it hits all the right notes and is a safe pick for vegan wine drinkers.


10 Best Boxed Wine Brands to Drink in 2021

The bag-in-a-box version isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment.

Boxed wine used to suffer from a bad rap, but today's versions offer a winning combination of great taste and value. They're a fantastic choice if you enjoy the health benefits of the odd glass of wine during the week. Thanks to the air-tight design, you can pour yourself a glass without worrying about the wine going off or losing its freshness. Once opened, boxed wine lasts anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks. Affordable and less waste? Sign us up!

The bag-in-a-box format isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment. Producing and shipping glass wine bottles requires far more energy and resources than the humble bag-in-a-box combo. With social distancing measures still in place, it'll be a minute before we can go back to hosting large gatherings. But when it's time to throw your first post-pandemic BBQ or backyard bash, consider picking up some boxed wine. At 3L (about 4 bottles of wine), you can keep the wine flowing and your guests happy.

So whether you're looking to lower your carbon footprint, sip on delicious wine without blowing your budget, or treat yourself to a glass of wine minus the hassle of it spoiling within a few days, boxed wines are well-worth checking out. These are our top boxed wines to pick up year-round:

Delicious, organic boxed wine? You bet! Jenny & Francois Selections' organic natural boxed wine &ldquoFrom the Tank&rdquo comes in red, white, and rosé versions. With its berry-driven profile mixed with violets, fresh herbs, and a dash of black pepper, From the Tank: Red is a real standout.

A little bit tropical mixed with notes of peach, lemon, lime, and crisp apple, Bandit's Pinot Grigio is a must-try for white wine fans. The lightweight Tetra Pak containers come in 500ml and 1L versions, making Bandit Wines perfectly portable if you're camping, headed to the beach, or a picnic in the park. Heads up: There are 6 other wines in the Bandit lineup, and they're all worth trying.

Loads of rich berry and cherry aromas and flavors in this delightfully fruity Spanish Garnacha. A touch of pepper and licorice round out the palate. Thanks to its fresh profile, you could easily serve this slightly chilled on a hot day. All that gorgeous fruit means with wine would work equally well in a sangria.

Made from certified organic grapes, Natural Origins is one of the first organic boxed wines to emerge from South America. Decadent blackberry, cherry, cassis, and plum with generous dashes of black pepper. Plus, thanks to its thick skin, Malbec is loaded with resveratrol, which means it&rsquos one of the healthier red wine choices you can make.

Rosé lovers will adore the ripe strawberry, cherry, and pretty floral notes in this classic southern Rhone blend. Featuring a juicy blend of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah, La Vieille Ferme Rosé is a brilliant choice for spring, summer&mdashwhenever the sun's shining.

This wonderfully crisp white wine is based on the French Picpoul grape. It's a marvelous summer sipper that's clean and bright with plenty of lemon, honeysuckle, and chalky minerality. A great aperitif wine that's ideal for any occasion that takes you outdoors.

Tuscan sunshine in a box. Sangiovese dominates this organic red, leading with notes of tart cherry, crushed rose petals, fresh herbs, and subtle spice. Perfect for pizza, pasta, or sausage dishes, or whenever you&rsquod consider opening up a Chianti.

A delicious Cabernet Franc-based rosé featuring ample watermelon, raspberry, cherry, and peach. Bridge Lane's super sippable dry rosé is crafted from a blend of sustainably-farmed grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island. If lighter rosés are your thing, be sure to pick up a box. (PS: It also comes in cans.)

Merlot is packed with polyphenols, including the anti-inflammatory quercetin. This lush red opens up with tons of black cherry, plum, and blackberry layered over sweet baking spices. Smooth, and easy to drink is the epitome of a rich yet affordable California Merlot.

Another sustainable choice out of Italy, Cantine Povero's Dolcetto leans heavily into the dark fruit camp. Blackberry, plum, black cherry, but there are some lovely red berry flavors in there as well. A little tart, a little tannic, it hits all the right notes and is a safe pick for vegan wine drinkers.


10 Best Boxed Wine Brands to Drink in 2021

The bag-in-a-box version isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment.

Boxed wine used to suffer from a bad rap, but today's versions offer a winning combination of great taste and value. They're a fantastic choice if you enjoy the health benefits of the odd glass of wine during the week. Thanks to the air-tight design, you can pour yourself a glass without worrying about the wine going off or losing its freshness. Once opened, boxed wine lasts anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks. Affordable and less waste? Sign us up!

The bag-in-a-box format isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment. Producing and shipping glass wine bottles requires far more energy and resources than the humble bag-in-a-box combo. With social distancing measures still in place, it'll be a minute before we can go back to hosting large gatherings. But when it's time to throw your first post-pandemic BBQ or backyard bash, consider picking up some boxed wine. At 3L (about 4 bottles of wine), you can keep the wine flowing and your guests happy.

So whether you're looking to lower your carbon footprint, sip on delicious wine without blowing your budget, or treat yourself to a glass of wine minus the hassle of it spoiling within a few days, boxed wines are well-worth checking out. These are our top boxed wines to pick up year-round:

Delicious, organic boxed wine? You bet! Jenny & Francois Selections' organic natural boxed wine &ldquoFrom the Tank&rdquo comes in red, white, and rosé versions. With its berry-driven profile mixed with violets, fresh herbs, and a dash of black pepper, From the Tank: Red is a real standout.

A little bit tropical mixed with notes of peach, lemon, lime, and crisp apple, Bandit's Pinot Grigio is a must-try for white wine fans. The lightweight Tetra Pak containers come in 500ml and 1L versions, making Bandit Wines perfectly portable if you're camping, headed to the beach, or a picnic in the park. Heads up: There are 6 other wines in the Bandit lineup, and they're all worth trying.

Loads of rich berry and cherry aromas and flavors in this delightfully fruity Spanish Garnacha. A touch of pepper and licorice round out the palate. Thanks to its fresh profile, you could easily serve this slightly chilled on a hot day. All that gorgeous fruit means with wine would work equally well in a sangria.

Made from certified organic grapes, Natural Origins is one of the first organic boxed wines to emerge from South America. Decadent blackberry, cherry, cassis, and plum with generous dashes of black pepper. Plus, thanks to its thick skin, Malbec is loaded with resveratrol, which means it&rsquos one of the healthier red wine choices you can make.

Rosé lovers will adore the ripe strawberry, cherry, and pretty floral notes in this classic southern Rhone blend. Featuring a juicy blend of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah, La Vieille Ferme Rosé is a brilliant choice for spring, summer&mdashwhenever the sun's shining.

This wonderfully crisp white wine is based on the French Picpoul grape. It's a marvelous summer sipper that's clean and bright with plenty of lemon, honeysuckle, and chalky minerality. A great aperitif wine that's ideal for any occasion that takes you outdoors.

Tuscan sunshine in a box. Sangiovese dominates this organic red, leading with notes of tart cherry, crushed rose petals, fresh herbs, and subtle spice. Perfect for pizza, pasta, or sausage dishes, or whenever you&rsquod consider opening up a Chianti.

A delicious Cabernet Franc-based rosé featuring ample watermelon, raspberry, cherry, and peach. Bridge Lane's super sippable dry rosé is crafted from a blend of sustainably-farmed grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island. If lighter rosés are your thing, be sure to pick up a box. (PS: It also comes in cans.)

Merlot is packed with polyphenols, including the anti-inflammatory quercetin. This lush red opens up with tons of black cherry, plum, and blackberry layered over sweet baking spices. Smooth, and easy to drink is the epitome of a rich yet affordable California Merlot.

Another sustainable choice out of Italy, Cantine Povero's Dolcetto leans heavily into the dark fruit camp. Blackberry, plum, black cherry, but there are some lovely red berry flavors in there as well. A little tart, a little tannic, it hits all the right notes and is a safe pick for vegan wine drinkers.


10 Best Boxed Wine Brands to Drink in 2021

The bag-in-a-box version isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment.

Boxed wine used to suffer from a bad rap, but today's versions offer a winning combination of great taste and value. They're a fantastic choice if you enjoy the health benefits of the odd glass of wine during the week. Thanks to the air-tight design, you can pour yourself a glass without worrying about the wine going off or losing its freshness. Once opened, boxed wine lasts anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks. Affordable and less waste? Sign us up!

The bag-in-a-box format isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment. Producing and shipping glass wine bottles requires far more energy and resources than the humble bag-in-a-box combo. With social distancing measures still in place, it'll be a minute before we can go back to hosting large gatherings. But when it's time to throw your first post-pandemic BBQ or backyard bash, consider picking up some boxed wine. At 3L (about 4 bottles of wine), you can keep the wine flowing and your guests happy.

So whether you're looking to lower your carbon footprint, sip on delicious wine without blowing your budget, or treat yourself to a glass of wine minus the hassle of it spoiling within a few days, boxed wines are well-worth checking out. These are our top boxed wines to pick up year-round:

Delicious, organic boxed wine? You bet! Jenny & Francois Selections' organic natural boxed wine &ldquoFrom the Tank&rdquo comes in red, white, and rosé versions. With its berry-driven profile mixed with violets, fresh herbs, and a dash of black pepper, From the Tank: Red is a real standout.

A little bit tropical mixed with notes of peach, lemon, lime, and crisp apple, Bandit's Pinot Grigio is a must-try for white wine fans. The lightweight Tetra Pak containers come in 500ml and 1L versions, making Bandit Wines perfectly portable if you're camping, headed to the beach, or a picnic in the park. Heads up: There are 6 other wines in the Bandit lineup, and they're all worth trying.

Loads of rich berry and cherry aromas and flavors in this delightfully fruity Spanish Garnacha. A touch of pepper and licorice round out the palate. Thanks to its fresh profile, you could easily serve this slightly chilled on a hot day. All that gorgeous fruit means with wine would work equally well in a sangria.

Made from certified organic grapes, Natural Origins is one of the first organic boxed wines to emerge from South America. Decadent blackberry, cherry, cassis, and plum with generous dashes of black pepper. Plus, thanks to its thick skin, Malbec is loaded with resveratrol, which means it&rsquos one of the healthier red wine choices you can make.

Rosé lovers will adore the ripe strawberry, cherry, and pretty floral notes in this classic southern Rhone blend. Featuring a juicy blend of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah, La Vieille Ferme Rosé is a brilliant choice for spring, summer&mdashwhenever the sun's shining.

This wonderfully crisp white wine is based on the French Picpoul grape. It's a marvelous summer sipper that's clean and bright with plenty of lemon, honeysuckle, and chalky minerality. A great aperitif wine that's ideal for any occasion that takes you outdoors.

Tuscan sunshine in a box. Sangiovese dominates this organic red, leading with notes of tart cherry, crushed rose petals, fresh herbs, and subtle spice. Perfect for pizza, pasta, or sausage dishes, or whenever you&rsquod consider opening up a Chianti.

A delicious Cabernet Franc-based rosé featuring ample watermelon, raspberry, cherry, and peach. Bridge Lane's super sippable dry rosé is crafted from a blend of sustainably-farmed grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island. If lighter rosés are your thing, be sure to pick up a box. (PS: It also comes in cans.)

Merlot is packed with polyphenols, including the anti-inflammatory quercetin. This lush red opens up with tons of black cherry, plum, and blackberry layered over sweet baking spices. Smooth, and easy to drink is the epitome of a rich yet affordable California Merlot.

Another sustainable choice out of Italy, Cantine Povero's Dolcetto leans heavily into the dark fruit camp. Blackberry, plum, black cherry, but there are some lovely red berry flavors in there as well. A little tart, a little tannic, it hits all the right notes and is a safe pick for vegan wine drinkers.


10 Best Boxed Wine Brands to Drink in 2021

The bag-in-a-box version isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment.

Boxed wine used to suffer from a bad rap, but today's versions offer a winning combination of great taste and value. They're a fantastic choice if you enjoy the health benefits of the odd glass of wine during the week. Thanks to the air-tight design, you can pour yourself a glass without worrying about the wine going off or losing its freshness. Once opened, boxed wine lasts anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks. Affordable and less waste? Sign us up!

The bag-in-a-box format isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment. Producing and shipping glass wine bottles requires far more energy and resources than the humble bag-in-a-box combo. With social distancing measures still in place, it'll be a minute before we can go back to hosting large gatherings. But when it's time to throw your first post-pandemic BBQ or backyard bash, consider picking up some boxed wine. At 3L (about 4 bottles of wine), you can keep the wine flowing and your guests happy.

So whether you're looking to lower your carbon footprint, sip on delicious wine without blowing your budget, or treat yourself to a glass of wine minus the hassle of it spoiling within a few days, boxed wines are well-worth checking out. These are our top boxed wines to pick up year-round:

Delicious, organic boxed wine? You bet! Jenny & Francois Selections' organic natural boxed wine &ldquoFrom the Tank&rdquo comes in red, white, and rosé versions. With its berry-driven profile mixed with violets, fresh herbs, and a dash of black pepper, From the Tank: Red is a real standout.

A little bit tropical mixed with notes of peach, lemon, lime, and crisp apple, Bandit's Pinot Grigio is a must-try for white wine fans. The lightweight Tetra Pak containers come in 500ml and 1L versions, making Bandit Wines perfectly portable if you're camping, headed to the beach, or a picnic in the park. Heads up: There are 6 other wines in the Bandit lineup, and they're all worth trying.

Loads of rich berry and cherry aromas and flavors in this delightfully fruity Spanish Garnacha. A touch of pepper and licorice round out the palate. Thanks to its fresh profile, you could easily serve this slightly chilled on a hot day. All that gorgeous fruit means with wine would work equally well in a sangria.

Made from certified organic grapes, Natural Origins is one of the first organic boxed wines to emerge from South America. Decadent blackberry, cherry, cassis, and plum with generous dashes of black pepper. Plus, thanks to its thick skin, Malbec is loaded with resveratrol, which means it&rsquos one of the healthier red wine choices you can make.

Rosé lovers will adore the ripe strawberry, cherry, and pretty floral notes in this classic southern Rhone blend. Featuring a juicy blend of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah, La Vieille Ferme Rosé is a brilliant choice for spring, summer&mdashwhenever the sun's shining.

This wonderfully crisp white wine is based on the French Picpoul grape. It's a marvelous summer sipper that's clean and bright with plenty of lemon, honeysuckle, and chalky minerality. A great aperitif wine that's ideal for any occasion that takes you outdoors.

Tuscan sunshine in a box. Sangiovese dominates this organic red, leading with notes of tart cherry, crushed rose petals, fresh herbs, and subtle spice. Perfect for pizza, pasta, or sausage dishes, or whenever you&rsquod consider opening up a Chianti.

A delicious Cabernet Franc-based rosé featuring ample watermelon, raspberry, cherry, and peach. Bridge Lane's super sippable dry rosé is crafted from a blend of sustainably-farmed grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island. If lighter rosés are your thing, be sure to pick up a box. (PS: It also comes in cans.)

Merlot is packed with polyphenols, including the anti-inflammatory quercetin. This lush red opens up with tons of black cherry, plum, and blackberry layered over sweet baking spices. Smooth, and easy to drink is the epitome of a rich yet affordable California Merlot.

Another sustainable choice out of Italy, Cantine Povero's Dolcetto leans heavily into the dark fruit camp. Blackberry, plum, black cherry, but there are some lovely red berry flavors in there as well. A little tart, a little tannic, it hits all the right notes and is a safe pick for vegan wine drinkers.


10 Best Boxed Wine Brands to Drink in 2021

The bag-in-a-box version isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment.

Boxed wine used to suffer from a bad rap, but today's versions offer a winning combination of great taste and value. They're a fantastic choice if you enjoy the health benefits of the odd glass of wine during the week. Thanks to the air-tight design, you can pour yourself a glass without worrying about the wine going off or losing its freshness. Once opened, boxed wine lasts anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks. Affordable and less waste? Sign us up!

The bag-in-a-box format isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment. Producing and shipping glass wine bottles requires far more energy and resources than the humble bag-in-a-box combo. With social distancing measures still in place, it'll be a minute before we can go back to hosting large gatherings. But when it's time to throw your first post-pandemic BBQ or backyard bash, consider picking up some boxed wine. At 3L (about 4 bottles of wine), you can keep the wine flowing and your guests happy.

So whether you're looking to lower your carbon footprint, sip on delicious wine without blowing your budget, or treat yourself to a glass of wine minus the hassle of it spoiling within a few days, boxed wines are well-worth checking out. These are our top boxed wines to pick up year-round:

Delicious, organic boxed wine? You bet! Jenny & Francois Selections' organic natural boxed wine &ldquoFrom the Tank&rdquo comes in red, white, and rosé versions. With its berry-driven profile mixed with violets, fresh herbs, and a dash of black pepper, From the Tank: Red is a real standout.

A little bit tropical mixed with notes of peach, lemon, lime, and crisp apple, Bandit's Pinot Grigio is a must-try for white wine fans. The lightweight Tetra Pak containers come in 500ml and 1L versions, making Bandit Wines perfectly portable if you're camping, headed to the beach, or a picnic in the park. Heads up: There are 6 other wines in the Bandit lineup, and they're all worth trying.

Loads of rich berry and cherry aromas and flavors in this delightfully fruity Spanish Garnacha. A touch of pepper and licorice round out the palate. Thanks to its fresh profile, you could easily serve this slightly chilled on a hot day. All that gorgeous fruit means with wine would work equally well in a sangria.

Made from certified organic grapes, Natural Origins is one of the first organic boxed wines to emerge from South America. Decadent blackberry, cherry, cassis, and plum with generous dashes of black pepper. Plus, thanks to its thick skin, Malbec is loaded with resveratrol, which means it&rsquos one of the healthier red wine choices you can make.

Rosé lovers will adore the ripe strawberry, cherry, and pretty floral notes in this classic southern Rhone blend. Featuring a juicy blend of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah, La Vieille Ferme Rosé is a brilliant choice for spring, summer&mdashwhenever the sun's shining.

This wonderfully crisp white wine is based on the French Picpoul grape. It's a marvelous summer sipper that's clean and bright with plenty of lemon, honeysuckle, and chalky minerality. A great aperitif wine that's ideal for any occasion that takes you outdoors.

Tuscan sunshine in a box. Sangiovese dominates this organic red, leading with notes of tart cherry, crushed rose petals, fresh herbs, and subtle spice. Perfect for pizza, pasta, or sausage dishes, or whenever you&rsquod consider opening up a Chianti.

A delicious Cabernet Franc-based rosé featuring ample watermelon, raspberry, cherry, and peach. Bridge Lane's super sippable dry rosé is crafted from a blend of sustainably-farmed grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island. If lighter rosés are your thing, be sure to pick up a box. (PS: It also comes in cans.)

Merlot is packed with polyphenols, including the anti-inflammatory quercetin. This lush red opens up with tons of black cherry, plum, and blackberry layered over sweet baking spices. Smooth, and easy to drink is the epitome of a rich yet affordable California Merlot.

Another sustainable choice out of Italy, Cantine Povero's Dolcetto leans heavily into the dark fruit camp. Blackberry, plum, black cherry, but there are some lovely red berry flavors in there as well. A little tart, a little tannic, it hits all the right notes and is a safe pick for vegan wine drinkers.


10 Best Boxed Wine Brands to Drink in 2021

The bag-in-a-box version isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment.

Boxed wine used to suffer from a bad rap, but today's versions offer a winning combination of great taste and value. They're a fantastic choice if you enjoy the health benefits of the odd glass of wine during the week. Thanks to the air-tight design, you can pour yourself a glass without worrying about the wine going off or losing its freshness. Once opened, boxed wine lasts anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks. Affordable and less waste? Sign us up!

The bag-in-a-box format isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment. Producing and shipping glass wine bottles requires far more energy and resources than the humble bag-in-a-box combo. With social distancing measures still in place, it'll be a minute before we can go back to hosting large gatherings. But when it's time to throw your first post-pandemic BBQ or backyard bash, consider picking up some boxed wine. At 3L (about 4 bottles of wine), you can keep the wine flowing and your guests happy.

So whether you're looking to lower your carbon footprint, sip on delicious wine without blowing your budget, or treat yourself to a glass of wine minus the hassle of it spoiling within a few days, boxed wines are well-worth checking out. These are our top boxed wines to pick up year-round:

Delicious, organic boxed wine? You bet! Jenny & Francois Selections' organic natural boxed wine &ldquoFrom the Tank&rdquo comes in red, white, and rosé versions. With its berry-driven profile mixed with violets, fresh herbs, and a dash of black pepper, From the Tank: Red is a real standout.

A little bit tropical mixed with notes of peach, lemon, lime, and crisp apple, Bandit's Pinot Grigio is a must-try for white wine fans. The lightweight Tetra Pak containers come in 500ml and 1L versions, making Bandit Wines perfectly portable if you're camping, headed to the beach, or a picnic in the park. Heads up: There are 6 other wines in the Bandit lineup, and they're all worth trying.

Loads of rich berry and cherry aromas and flavors in this delightfully fruity Spanish Garnacha. A touch of pepper and licorice round out the palate. Thanks to its fresh profile, you could easily serve this slightly chilled on a hot day. All that gorgeous fruit means with wine would work equally well in a sangria.

Made from certified organic grapes, Natural Origins is one of the first organic boxed wines to emerge from South America. Decadent blackberry, cherry, cassis, and plum with generous dashes of black pepper. Plus, thanks to its thick skin, Malbec is loaded with resveratrol, which means it&rsquos one of the healthier red wine choices you can make.

Rosé lovers will adore the ripe strawberry, cherry, and pretty floral notes in this classic southern Rhone blend. Featuring a juicy blend of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah, La Vieille Ferme Rosé is a brilliant choice for spring, summer&mdashwhenever the sun's shining.

This wonderfully crisp white wine is based on the French Picpoul grape. It's a marvelous summer sipper that's clean and bright with plenty of lemon, honeysuckle, and chalky minerality. A great aperitif wine that's ideal for any occasion that takes you outdoors.

Tuscan sunshine in a box. Sangiovese dominates this organic red, leading with notes of tart cherry, crushed rose petals, fresh herbs, and subtle spice. Perfect for pizza, pasta, or sausage dishes, or whenever you&rsquod consider opening up a Chianti.

A delicious Cabernet Franc-based rosé featuring ample watermelon, raspberry, cherry, and peach. Bridge Lane's super sippable dry rosé is crafted from a blend of sustainably-farmed grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island. If lighter rosés are your thing, be sure to pick up a box. (PS: It also comes in cans.)

Merlot is packed with polyphenols, including the anti-inflammatory quercetin. This lush red opens up with tons of black cherry, plum, and blackberry layered over sweet baking spices. Smooth, and easy to drink is the epitome of a rich yet affordable California Merlot.

Another sustainable choice out of Italy, Cantine Povero's Dolcetto leans heavily into the dark fruit camp. Blackberry, plum, black cherry, but there are some lovely red berry flavors in there as well. A little tart, a little tannic, it hits all the right notes and is a safe pick for vegan wine drinkers.


10 Best Boxed Wine Brands to Drink in 2021

The bag-in-a-box version isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment.

Boxed wine used to suffer from a bad rap, but today's versions offer a winning combination of great taste and value. They're a fantastic choice if you enjoy the health benefits of the odd glass of wine during the week. Thanks to the air-tight design, you can pour yourself a glass without worrying about the wine going off or losing its freshness. Once opened, boxed wine lasts anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks. Affordable and less waste? Sign us up!

The bag-in-a-box format isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment. Producing and shipping glass wine bottles requires far more energy and resources than the humble bag-in-a-box combo. With social distancing measures still in place, it'll be a minute before we can go back to hosting large gatherings. But when it's time to throw your first post-pandemic BBQ or backyard bash, consider picking up some boxed wine. At 3L (about 4 bottles of wine), you can keep the wine flowing and your guests happy.

So whether you're looking to lower your carbon footprint, sip on delicious wine without blowing your budget, or treat yourself to a glass of wine minus the hassle of it spoiling within a few days, boxed wines are well-worth checking out. These are our top boxed wines to pick up year-round:

Delicious, organic boxed wine? You bet! Jenny & Francois Selections' organic natural boxed wine &ldquoFrom the Tank&rdquo comes in red, white, and rosé versions. With its berry-driven profile mixed with violets, fresh herbs, and a dash of black pepper, From the Tank: Red is a real standout.

A little bit tropical mixed with notes of peach, lemon, lime, and crisp apple, Bandit's Pinot Grigio is a must-try for white wine fans. The lightweight Tetra Pak containers come in 500ml and 1L versions, making Bandit Wines perfectly portable if you're camping, headed to the beach, or a picnic in the park. Heads up: There are 6 other wines in the Bandit lineup, and they're all worth trying.

Loads of rich berry and cherry aromas and flavors in this delightfully fruity Spanish Garnacha. A touch of pepper and licorice round out the palate. Thanks to its fresh profile, you could easily serve this slightly chilled on a hot day. All that gorgeous fruit means with wine would work equally well in a sangria.

Made from certified organic grapes, Natural Origins is one of the first organic boxed wines to emerge from South America. Decadent blackberry, cherry, cassis, and plum with generous dashes of black pepper. Plus, thanks to its thick skin, Malbec is loaded with resveratrol, which means it&rsquos one of the healthier red wine choices you can make.

Rosé lovers will adore the ripe strawberry, cherry, and pretty floral notes in this classic southern Rhone blend. Featuring a juicy blend of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah, La Vieille Ferme Rosé is a brilliant choice for spring, summer&mdashwhenever the sun's shining.

This wonderfully crisp white wine is based on the French Picpoul grape. It's a marvelous summer sipper that's clean and bright with plenty of lemon, honeysuckle, and chalky minerality. A great aperitif wine that's ideal for any occasion that takes you outdoors.

Tuscan sunshine in a box. Sangiovese dominates this organic red, leading with notes of tart cherry, crushed rose petals, fresh herbs, and subtle spice. Perfect for pizza, pasta, or sausage dishes, or whenever you&rsquod consider opening up a Chianti.

A delicious Cabernet Franc-based rosé featuring ample watermelon, raspberry, cherry, and peach. Bridge Lane's super sippable dry rosé is crafted from a blend of sustainably-farmed grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island. If lighter rosés are your thing, be sure to pick up a box. (PS: It also comes in cans.)

Merlot is packed with polyphenols, including the anti-inflammatory quercetin. This lush red opens up with tons of black cherry, plum, and blackberry layered over sweet baking spices. Smooth, and easy to drink is the epitome of a rich yet affordable California Merlot.

Another sustainable choice out of Italy, Cantine Povero's Dolcetto leans heavily into the dark fruit camp. Blackberry, plum, black cherry, but there are some lovely red berry flavors in there as well. A little tart, a little tannic, it hits all the right notes and is a safe pick for vegan wine drinkers.


10 Best Boxed Wine Brands to Drink in 2021

The bag-in-a-box version isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment.

Boxed wine used to suffer from a bad rap, but today's versions offer a winning combination of great taste and value. They're a fantastic choice if you enjoy the health benefits of the odd glass of wine during the week. Thanks to the air-tight design, you can pour yourself a glass without worrying about the wine going off or losing its freshness. Once opened, boxed wine lasts anywhere from 4 to 6 weeks. Affordable and less waste? Sign us up!

The bag-in-a-box format isn't just kinder to your wallet, it's also better for the environment. Producing and shipping glass wine bottles requires far more energy and resources than the humble bag-in-a-box combo. With social distancing measures still in place, it'll be a minute before we can go back to hosting large gatherings. But when it's time to throw your first post-pandemic BBQ or backyard bash, consider picking up some boxed wine. At 3L (about 4 bottles of wine), you can keep the wine flowing and your guests happy.

So whether you're looking to lower your carbon footprint, sip on delicious wine without blowing your budget, or treat yourself to a glass of wine minus the hassle of it spoiling within a few days, boxed wines are well-worth checking out. These are our top boxed wines to pick up year-round:

Delicious, organic boxed wine? You bet! Jenny & Francois Selections' organic natural boxed wine &ldquoFrom the Tank&rdquo comes in red, white, and rosé versions. With its berry-driven profile mixed with violets, fresh herbs, and a dash of black pepper, From the Tank: Red is a real standout.

A little bit tropical mixed with notes of peach, lemon, lime, and crisp apple, Bandit's Pinot Grigio is a must-try for white wine fans. The lightweight Tetra Pak containers come in 500ml and 1L versions, making Bandit Wines perfectly portable if you're camping, headed to the beach, or a picnic in the park. Heads up: There are 6 other wines in the Bandit lineup, and they're all worth trying.

Loads of rich berry and cherry aromas and flavors in this delightfully fruity Spanish Garnacha. A touch of pepper and licorice round out the palate. Thanks to its fresh profile, you could easily serve this slightly chilled on a hot day. All that gorgeous fruit means with wine would work equally well in a sangria.

Made from certified organic grapes, Natural Origins is one of the first organic boxed wines to emerge from South America. Decadent blackberry, cherry, cassis, and plum with generous dashes of black pepper. Plus, thanks to its thick skin, Malbec is loaded with resveratrol, which means it&rsquos one of the healthier red wine choices you can make.

Rosé lovers will adore the ripe strawberry, cherry, and pretty floral notes in this classic southern Rhone blend. Featuring a juicy blend of Cinsault, Grenache, and Syrah, La Vieille Ferme Rosé is a brilliant choice for spring, summer&mdashwhenever the sun's shining.

This wonderfully crisp white wine is based on the French Picpoul grape. It's a marvelous summer sipper that's clean and bright with plenty of lemon, honeysuckle, and chalky minerality. A great aperitif wine that's ideal for any occasion that takes you outdoors.

Tuscan sunshine in a box. Sangiovese dominates this organic red, leading with notes of tart cherry, crushed rose petals, fresh herbs, and subtle spice. Perfect for pizza, pasta, or sausage dishes, or whenever you&rsquod consider opening up a Chianti.

A delicious Cabernet Franc-based rosé featuring ample watermelon, raspberry, cherry, and peach. Bridge Lane's super sippable dry rosé is crafted from a blend of sustainably-farmed grapes grown on the North Fork of Long Island. If lighter rosés are your thing, be sure to pick up a box. (PS: It also comes in cans.)

Merlot is packed with polyphenols, including the anti-inflammatory quercetin. This lush red opens up with tons of black cherry, plum, and blackberry layered over sweet baking spices. Smooth, and easy to drink is the epitome of a rich yet affordable California Merlot.

Another sustainable choice out of Italy, Cantine Povero's Dolcetto leans heavily into the dark fruit camp. Blackberry, plum, black cherry, but there are some lovely red berry flavors in there as well. A little tart, a little tannic, it hits all the right notes and is a safe pick for vegan wine drinkers.



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