Decent box wine?

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Re: Decent box wine?

Postby SnogginMonster » Fri Aug 01, 2014 12:14 am

For those looking to tote around for personal use/share with new friends, but don't enjoy box wine-just empty a couple bottles into a new camelbak bladder with a twist able spout-instant "slap the bag!"

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Re: Decent box wine?

Postby Loveshake » Sat Aug 02, 2014 5:05 pm

If you can find it, this is a pretty good boxed white wine.
http://www.bottlerocket.com/fuori-strad ... rillo.html

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Re: Decent box wine?

Postby FlyingMonkey » Mon Nov 13, 2017 9:30 pm

Continuing with the research...........

Bota Box Moscato is a very refreshing wine that would be great chilled & enjoyed during the heat of the day on Playa. Or elsewhere the other 51 weeks of the year.
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Re: Decent box wine?

Postby mudpuppy000 » Tue Dec 19, 2017 3:30 pm

Well, its not quite off the shelf, but I've been making some wine from kits that go for about $40 and yield 6 gallons of ~10% wine. So far I've done a shiraz, malbec, zinfandel blush and a sauvignon blanc that turned out well.

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Re: Decent box wine?

Postby FlyingMonkey » Wed Dec 20, 2017 10:22 am

mudpuppy000 wrote:Well, its not quite off the shelf, but I've been making some wine from kits that go for about $40 and yield 6 gallons of ~10% wine. So far I've done a shiraz, malbec, zinfandel blush and a sauvignon blanc that turned out well.


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If you have not checked it out here's a great wine making resource.

http://winemaking.jackkeller.net/

He also has a SpaceBook page.

I made a killer Mango wine using his recipe.

Since you already have the equipment & know how to make wine these recipes are cheap & fun to make. No kit required (Although you may need more carboys :shock: ).

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Re: Decent box wine?

Postby mudpuppy000 » Thu Dec 21, 2017 2:06 pm

FlyingMonkey wrote:
mudpuppy000 wrote:Well, its not quite off the shelf, but I've been making some wine from kits that go for about $40 and yield 6 gallons of ~10% wine. So far I've done a shiraz, malbec, zinfandel blush and a sauvignon blanc that turned out well.


+++1000

If you have not checked it out here's a great wine making resource.

http://winemaking.jackkeller.net/

He also has a SpaceBook page.

I made a killer Mango wine using his recipe.

Since you already have the equipment & know how to make wine these recipes are cheap & fun to make. No kit required (Although you may need more carboys :shock: ).

-Cheers


Yeah, I've done quite a few wines/ciders from juice. I think I've fermented everything possible from Costco, lol. I usually bring a keg of Unicorn Blood (fermented concord grape juice) to events. It's good but you can definitely tell the difference between it and juice from various varietals. (from the kits).


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