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    All about Bota Box

    Boxed wine sales have increased dramatically in recent years, and Bota Box has been a household name among those riding the trendy wave. While wine-in-a-box was once considered low quality, brands like Bota Box have challenged those stereotypes and redefined the three-liter serving size. Their list of products is designed with millennial drinkers in mind. Affordable and eco-conscience, the lightweight boxes are 100% recyclable. After opening, each Bota Box is good for up to a month, and there’s no fancy corkscrew or frills necessary. Bota Box (named for the traditional wineskins used in Spain to carry large quantities of wine), is undeniably convenient.

    The company was started in 2003 by Delicato Family Wines, a family-owned, California-based winery. By investing in a cheaper packaging option, they were able to send those savings to consumers. Bota Box products are available in the well-known, three-liter vessels, as well as a 1.50-liter Bota Brick and a squeezable Bota Mini, worth three glasses. Classic wine varieties are all on the docket: pinot grigio, cabernet sauvignon, chardonnay, merlot, shiraz, riesling and moscato. Trendy options, like the Redvolution red blend and a dry rosé, have also entered the successful line. The Nighthawk Black label onboarded a rich malbec along with other varieties designed to offer a bolder flavor than the original product.

    In 2021, the Bota Box Breeze hit shelves. These low-calorie alternatives are lighter than the traditional flavors but offer a more refreshing option for daytime parties and summers by the pool.