This is a sponsored post from Black Box Wines. Although I was compensated for this post, all opinions are my own
I am beyond stoked to share my deep love for Black Box wines with you all. Boxed wine is definitely not what it used to be. Black Box Wines are high quality, award-winning, vintage-dated wines from premier growing regions around the world, recognized with 40 Gold Medals and 27 “Best Buys” from Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Not what you expected right? Check out my top 5 reasons to Lose the Bottle.
1. It is so much easier to transport non-bottles in a bike basket. Or pack in a suitcase. Or even transport in the trunk of your car. Plus, they make purse sized versions for that you can take with you anywhere. No wine opener (or glass) required.
2. Sometimes you only want to have one glass of wine. It seems pointless to open a whole bottle for just one glass. Black Box allows you to pour as much or as little as you’d like. Once opened, a box will stay fresh up to one month!
3. Alternately, sometimes you finish a bottle and want just ONE more glass. Instead of having to convince your husband to share a second bottle with you, you can have that one extra glass. Can you tell I’ve faced some serious wine drinking obstacles in my past?
4. Non-glass packaging is beach/pool/park friendly which is a huge plus when you live in sunny San Diego, and the outdoors are a part of our daily lives.
5. The value and variety are unparalleled. By losing the bottle, you’ll save about 40% over traditional wines, and with the recent release of their Pinot Noir (my favorite!) Black Box now offers 10 different varieties. Each 3L box holds the equivalent of 4 bottles of wine, and at about $25 each, that’s $6.25 per bottle. You can’t beat that!
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Black Box Wines. The opinions and text are all mine.