Boxed Wine is available with premium packaging in bottles. Add to plethora of grape types, producer names and esoteric geographical designations yet another consideration for the beleaguered wine consumer. It is modern developments in packaging options for wine.
Premium bags with quality wine in it:
It used to be simple. Wine that came in bottles with screw caps or in boxes with mylar bags inside was “cheap” and forgettable. Many people get disappoint because they get cheap wines in premium bottles. In our case you never have to compromise with both, We have premium bags with quality wine in it. Weight and expense of traditional glass bottles has become another issue as fuel prices rise and shipping is more costly. Today we have more wines in bottles closed with screw caps, high tech plastic twist-off caps or glass plugs. We have wines sold in aluminum cylinders and boxes of various sizes and descriptions. Even the traditional Europeans are doing this? Is all this wine still cheap and forgettable? Is this the way of the future?
Easy to open as compared to others:
I’m a trained sommelier. I have a couple of cool wine openers that work really well. I’ve opened so many bottles with them that they seem almost to be an extension of my hand. I have bemoaned the possibility my corkscrews may become obsolete, that the ritual of presenting and opening a bottle of wine. It may reduced to the twist of an aluminum cap or a finger on a rubber spigot. But, I’m getting over that! I’ve open many bottles of wine only to be disappoint by a reek of stale basement and damp cardboard. While I can’t say that all the bad wine I’ve experience is due to a faulty cork, certainly a large percentage is. I am ready to accept numerous wines, even the finest vintages, in bottles with screw caps if the number of flawed bottles is significantly reduced.
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It’s amazing, when you think about it, that the international wine industry can be enjoying such enthusiastic growth. Even though as many as three in every ten bottles is flawed in some way. It estimates of the percentage of flawed bottles of wine range from 0.01 to 0.4 or higher If 30% of all Fords were lemons It had to returned to the lot how successful would Ford be? And, how many other global products are being shipped and stored in container.
It has change very little since it was introduce 350 years ago? Maybe the old wine bottle with a cork is the best example of tradition repressing innovation. It seems to be changing as the 21st Century dawns. Screw cape wines are now accept as being of potentially equal quality to fine cork-closed wines as some premium producers. Who may charge $100 or more per bottle, are using them.
Now we must consider the box wines. Big jugs used to the rule for generic blended wines. Remember “Mountain Riesling”, “Hearty Burgundy” and “Chablis”? They were give names like Burgundy or Chablis, to associate them with European models, even though they bore not the slightest resemblance to those European wines.