For years, one of the most loathed word combinations in the long history of the grape was “boxed wine” — and for good reason.


If you’re on the fence about which political party gets your vote, picking drinks for one of the largest music festivals in the country will be the second tough choice you make.


You’ve got your wallet, keys, lipstick, box of wine, and you’re ready to go. Yes, your box of wine.


The NYDailyNews urges wine lovers to think inside the box when it comes to drinking wine this summer.


Stereotypes exist for a reason. Mainly, they are rooted in some level of truthiness: However, here’s a bit of stereotypical truthiness that is no longer valid. Box wines don’t suck.


My inbox is filled with press releases and stories about the biggest thing in wine packaging for 2016: the can.


“What?” I hear you readers cry “box wine?” That epitome of un-chic, the packaging that screams bad, awful wine?


We have been placing ourselves as firm advocates of the alternative packaging for wine.


Drawing a profound visual parallel between alcohol and weaponry, this ammo case of wine of is slick, sexy, and loaded with 3 liters of artisanal heat, but is likely to cause death and destruction if it falls into the wrong hands.


Interview on Radio 702 with Du Toitskloof’s winemaker, Shawn Thomson, about the latest accolade: Chenin Blanc winning best box wine for 2012.