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Melanie Wong | Feb 25, 200312:48 AM     18

Has anyone tried this yet?

Released in the Northern Calif. market last month, suggested retail is $25, but I'm told Bottle Barn in Santa Rosa is selling the 3 litre for $19. Rumors are flying about whose Napa Valley Chard is in the box. Don't have a definitive answer on that, but I'm betting in the current climate that it could easily be the same wine that used to sell for $20-40 per 750 ml bottle.

I love the idea of superpremium wine in a box. Easy to keep in the fridge to consume for several days.

Link: http://www.marketingwine.com/whatsnew...

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