This natural wine proves two things: Not all rosé has to be light in color and flavor, and not all boxed wines have to suck. Bronzato loosely translates to “tanned in the sun”
We said, ‘let’s make it as hard as bloody possible and try to change the stigma around boxed wine. Let’s un-do the Franzia nightmares and show consumers the incredible performance of bottles-in-boxes.’
This Sicilian Syrah is bursting with notes of red fruits and chocolate...yum. Trust me when I say this isn't your typical boxed wine—it's so much better. It's also the equivalent of four bottles, so you can consider it to be about $10 a pop. Issa deal!
There’s a reason why these are the only boxed wines we currently have in our store.
and Alileo, an all-box brand of Sicilian wine.
Young Grillo- straw-yellow, this wine exudes a vibrant and youthful appearance. Its bouquet is redolent with a profusion of zesty citrus aromas, particularly of lemon and orange, along with tropical fruit scents. Legend has it that the Grillo grape variety was named after the “cricket” insect, whose chirping sounds are said to be audible in the vineyards during the ripening season. It is said that the sound of these crickets was so ubiquitous in the vineyards of western Sicily, where the Grillo grape is predominantly grown.
Sicilian Natural Wine Brand Alileo Launches Pop-Up Wine and Snack Experience Bringing a Taste of Sicily to Boston Seaport’s The Superette
Launching on May 22, 2023, “alileo vino e snak bar” will serve Alileo wines and a curated menu of authentic Italian sandwiches, salads, snacks, and...
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