Ode to the great black box of wine

So if you haven’t heard Black box wine is a award winning box wine. 50 gold medals, 29 wine enthusiasts best buy awards. Definitely an enabler for shenanigans.

I am 1/2 the carbon footprint of glass bottles, so I am hoping Leonardo DiCaprio appreciates I’m doing my part to save the environment. Cabernet Sauvignon is probably the best, but honestly after a glass who really cares enough to ask “what is this vintage, variety?”

So how is this a story……anytime I precursor a post with wine it’s probably going to be thought provoking. If I start it with whiskey, it’s going to start PG-13 and as with drinking end up MA rating. I just want to make my readers aware of time stamps on my post, take note. Right now, I’m comparing a smooth glass of opus one to box wine and it really seems equatable.  That is a true musing of a mad woman.

It’s certainly not crazy

14 thoughts on “Ode to the great black box of wine

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  1. I’ve never tried box wine, but I have tried whiskey on several occasions. Technically, I suppose I’m wrong. I’ve tried Scotch – speyside style. I can’t get the nuances, so I’m back to wine. I’ll have to try the box type soon.

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  2. πŸ˜€ Thanks ‘Mad Woman’ you made me laugh – haven’t done that this week so cheers. Do you reckon they will ever get sparkling wine in a box?… maybe not – it’d be more like a pillow than a box. πŸ™‚ I do like sparkling wine.

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  3. I love black box. Try the malbeck. Just try it anyhow from a bottle if you don’t want a whole box of it. Even if it doesn’t matter after the first glass, that first glass is going to be magnificent.

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