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Wine in a box? Back in the day it meant you were sipping on the cheap. If it didn't have a bottle and cork, it couldn’t "possibly" be any good.
Wine snobs can relax. Wine in a box is now the norm and there are some pretty good wines in there.
STL Wine Girl Angela Ortman discusses her great finds of the boxed wine variety.
Watch the video above to hear Angela’s take on these wines: Gruner Veltliner, Viognier, Barbera, Monastrell, and Sherry.