Bag in box wine

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    • #56071
      Anonymous
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      Moving on to really gritty issues, today I bought a ‘bag in a box’ wine box from a micro-winery in the Penedes. 5 litres for 10 Euros. It’s fabulous. Works out less than 2€ a bottle. I always thought bag in a box wine was rubbish and naff, but this is delicious, and you don’t have the problem of having to polish off a bottle once it’s open – the wine stays in perfect condition for 3 months after opening. Beat that!

      I’ve had a few glasses.

    • #102672
      katy
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      @mark wrote:

      , and you don’t have the problem of having to polish off a bottle once it’s open – the wine stays in perfect condition for 3 months after opening. Beat that!

      I’ve had a few glasses.

      I like Penedes but are you sure about the above, would anyone ever get the chance to find out πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜†

    • #102677
      Anonymous
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      @katy wrote:

      I like Penedes but are you sure about the above, would anyone ever get the chance to find out πŸ˜‰ πŸ˜†

      In our house, 5L of wine has a life expectancy of a few days, so I’ll never find out if it lasts 3 months. Even so, I’m now a huge fan of the bag-in-box format for the house plonk. But it’s so easy to get a glass I’m starting to drink even more…… 😯

    • #102680
      Anonymous
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      Mark, you have just confirmed that you an adopted son of Catalunia.

      Cheers

    • #102595
      Anonymous
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      The bag in box has been very much accepted in France, I found it more difficult to win over people form the uk – for whom the bottle and real cork are still an ideal.
      Bag in Box of Rose in the fridge is a fine indication that summer is here.

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