Light-bodied with aromas of pear and Meyer lemon. Crisp, fresh, light and tangy.
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Varietal: PINOT GRIS / PINOT GRIGIO
Rated 4 out of
Has to be freshMy wife and I both enjoy quality box wine. One thing we have learned is that it needs to be fresh. After running into a number of boxes of Naked Grape / Vin Vault / Black Box Pinot Grigio boxes of wine that were of a darker color and sour taste we investigated on line. We found that boxed wine should be consumed within one year of being boxed. Once we learned that we have found a large number of boxes on shelves at various stores that are over one year old since boxing. We have found these older boxes to be darker and stronger. You may want to check this and keep track of dates to ensure happy customers.
Date published: 2017-04-27
Rated 5 out of
Naked GrapeLove the lemon and pear aroma! Mild, sweet and perfect with fish, chicken and salads!
Date published: 2017-01-31
Rated 3 out of
Not great - Not badPrice led me to buy. It was OK....must serve cold (duh)....but outside of the few pennies in savings I would go back to my regular Pinot Grigio. If I were having a big gang over, I would buy it....if they want better....bring it themselves but this is an OK wine for a group.
Date published: 2017-07-20
Rated 3 out of
Meh!I bought this box wine to compare with other Pinot Grigios I purchased. It was ok, but not my favorite. The taste was, however, very crisp and citrusy. If that type of flavor is your thing, you may like this box wine quite a bit.
Date published: 2018-04-17
Rated 2 out of
The Naked Grape Pinot Grigio BoxI often buy box wine to carry into places where glass isn’t allowed or not smart to have... on boats, around the pool, etc.
Bota Box is my favorite but it was out of stock... Naked Grape is not as good...