As long as millennials continue guzzling wine, canned and tap wines are also set to explode. But the biggest wine boom will come from the box, and here's why.
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Doing the research, finding the bottles on your own, and taking chances can reward an array of experiences and beautiful wine.
If you do buy your wine in a box, keep it cool or your investment could be wasted.
That's the word from University of California, Davis researchers. ...
Think outside the bottle with these affordable, taste and environmentally friendly wines.
Boxed wine just went couture, with a line by Swedish company Vernissage.
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I love to entertain. I dutifully recycle all our empty wine and champagne bottles but feel a little guilty about tossing out the corks. After all the ...
It's all about how far your wine has been shipped, and the materials used to package it. Aluminum screw-tops are more likely to be recycled than natural corks, and they prevent wines from going bad.
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