Sauvignon is a bit of a rebel – its name comes from the French word for wild after all – and back in the days before When in Rome came along (when people still drank wine from imported bottles) it was the first to have a screw cap. This versatile wine can be sipped with sushi, mildly spicy food (Korma anyone?), soups and medium mature cheeses.
Still not convinced? This gorgeous white won Gold at the 2017 Concours International Wine in Box – the only competition in the world dedicated to box wine.
Meet The Producer
The Martincigh family are lucky enough to call Azienda Agricola Grappolo d’Oro home. Wine has been produced on all 20 hectares since Roman Times. Its Alpine terraces are perfect for ripening grapes – capturing sun from the south-west, naturally protected from cold northerly winds by the Alps and exposed to a mild ocean breeze from the Adriatic