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Brown Box White Wines

Serve chilled (50-60 degrees) from the refrigerator. If you need to chill the wine quickly, remove the bag from the box, and submerge in ice water for a short period. Then re-insert the bag and serve.

Cool down with a refreshing wine spritzer by adding club soda, ice and a lemon wedge to Brown Box Chardonnay.

Brown Box White Wines

Serve either room temperature or try putting the box in the refrigerator for 20 minutes to give it a slight chill.

On cold winter nights, use Brown Box Merlot to make a delicious mulled wine. Simply add cloves, cinnamon, an orange (peeled and sliced), and 1 Tablespoon of honey to 2 cups of Brown Box Merlot. Combine ingredients in a small saucepan over very low heat. Stir frequently be careful not to overheat, and serve your mulled wine warm.

Brown Box Wines Are Perfect for Entertai

Holding the equivalent of four bottles of premium, award-winning Washington wines, Brown Box Wines will satisfy even the largest parties. Its compact size makes it perfect for barbeques, picnics, or to keep by the pool.

Parties are always fun, but preparing for one can be a lot of work. Here are a couple of tips for serving Brown Box Wines at your next party.

Buying the right amount of wine is important. Each Brown Box Wine holds the equivalent of four bottles of wine which will serve approximately 20 glasses. Take a second to think about your guest list and count the number of people who will actually be drinking. Also take into account that people tend to drink more depending on when the event is. Is it on a Friday night, or a Sunday afternoon?

If you are having a dinner party or would like to make wine available to your party guests in several areas, pour Brown Box Wine into a decanter or carafe.

With four popular varietals to choose from, Brown Box Wines are guaranteed to have a wine your guests will enjoy. It’s best to choose both a red and white wine to serve. Also take into consideration what foods you will be serving, and the weather. If it’s an outdoor event in the summer, guests will be more likely to drink chilled white wine than red wine.

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