This light, fresh rosé made from grenache and cinsault grapes comes in a 1.5-liter bag-in-box and was
#2 on Gourmet Magazine’s list of 8 great roses for summer.
Made in Lirac, near the double-decker arches of the Pont du Gard, it’s the sort of wine you want on a hot day with a ham sandwich. Since the bag inside the box is airtight, the wine lasts for weeks after you’ve poured the first glasses. Not that a box has ever lasted that long around here, but theoretically…
For a more PG-13 take on our “P**k in a Box,” check out Grub Street’s write up.
Domaine De L’Estel Vin De Pays du Gard 2008 (Brooklyn)