Campo Viejo is the last that as jumped on this wine trend which also offers lots of value to consumers
There's no denying the popularity of the bag-in-box format for wines. Not only is it extremely convenient, but the bags generally guarantee that the wine will stay fresh and delicious for 30 days. This format is so popular that sales of bag of box wine have grown by more than 240% over the last 2 years, according to thedrinksbusiness.com.
One winemaker that recently jumped on the bandwagon is Campo Viejo. The company launched his first bag in box wine within its portfolio—its most popular Spanish wine in the UK.
According to the company, this format provides consumers with wine of the same quality, it lasts longer than in the bottle, and it's also more environmentally friendly. Not only can the inner bag be recycled and used as a pillow for camping, but bag-in-box wines also reduce the company's carbon footprint.
There are plenty of other Spanish wineries that offer their high quality wines in this format. For example, Bodegas Faustino, in Álava, offers a Tempranillo red wine with a "remarkable taste experience." Osborne's Vinos de La Tierra de Castilla PGI wine, Solaz, is made from Tempranillo and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes and comes in a 3-liter bag-in-box container.
Other options include Arrufí's Terra Alta DO wine, made from white Garnacha grapes and which also comes in a 3 liter bag, and El Aviador red wine, from Vinos de la Tierra de Castilla y León DO, by Bodegas Félix Solis, which comes in a 5 liter container.