BOXT rosé of pinot noir pairs perfectly with the fresh citrus, earthy thyme and slightly sweet and delicate salmon.
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Profile Five: How Varietals Differ from Taste Profiles and Where We Dive into Merlot, Bordeaux and Stags’ Leap
This is the third in our series of deeper dives into each of our profiles, the origins of their varietals, why they taste the way they do and why we...
BOXT teamed up with Lotus Chinese to offer Austinites a way to celebrate safely at home for Lunar New Year.
Together, Sara Evans and BOXT will raise awareness and funds to support various charities.
So what flowers should you be looking for in your next glass?
Profile Six: How Varietals Differ from Taste Profiles and Where We Dive into Zinfandel, Malbec and the Gold Rush
In our series on terrior and profiles versus vartietals we’re exploring our Profile Six and some of the wines that make up this luscious, soft, sweeter red.
We think our profiles each have their own personalities and since our theme this month is Your Lucky Stars, we thought we’d see what’s in their stars.
When you’re looking for a wine and you see that it has high acidity, you’re looking at a wine that should taste bright, crisp and tart.
Profile One: How Varietals Differ from Taste Profiles and Where We Talk About Austrian (not Australian) and Spanish Wines
Most wines are a blend of some sort, but when your art is blending, like it is here at BOXT, we can take your taste experience to a whole new...
At the core of the BOXT ethos is giving back – socially and to the planet.
Profile Two: Taste Versus Varietal and Where We Talk About Chardonnay (it’s Not All Buttery and Oaky After All) and Croatian Vines
The chardonnay grape is a chance crossing between the pinot and gouais blanc grapes.
At BOXT, we do things a little differently. We make our wines based on taste profiles and if you’ve ever been to one of our tastings, you know we don’t...