Sundays have always been (and will always be) my favorite day of the week. Sure – its proximity to Monday has never been a selling point but the way I see it, knowing that only 24 short hours remain of your weekend means you unconsciously ease into RELAX mode. Sundays are reserved for hand-crafted brunches, rom-com marathons on the couch, or a post-hangover walk around the neighborhood… basically anything that doesn’t require more than a handful of brain cells.
In keeping with true Sunday fashion, this past weekend I invited some friends over for a two-part wine and cheese party. We started in my living room with chardonnay and a traditional crudité and cheese platter… because why not start with the classics, right? But what followed was the real fun… we moved to the roof with a couple large cheese pizzas and a big box of dry rosé.
You might be thinking, “a box of rosé… really?” but I kid you not – BOTA BOX is my new obsession! Gone are the days when boxed wines were little more than adult juice packs. BOTA is a company that offers award-winning brand vintage-dated varietals in convenient, better-for-the-environment packaging. Because of their unique (100% recyclable!) packaging, which eliminates light and air, Bota wines can stay fresh for up to a month!
Oh, and did I mention… one BOTA BOX is equivalent to four 750ml bottles. Yes, FOUR. I mean… dream come true! They also have the Bota Box MINI – equivalent to about three glasses of wine. The MINI is small and portable so they’re easy to bring to outdoor gatherings or weekend picnics.
If you haven’t had a chance to check out BOTA yet, you better get to it. BOTA is available at most wine and spirit retailers. For a full list of stockists in your area, search here.
This post was sponsored by BOTA. As always, all opinions expressed here are my own.
Scout Sixteen is a lifestyle blog from Justin Livingston. Justin grew up in Mississippi but relocated to New York City in 2008. On Scout Sixteen, Justin shares his passion in fashion, travel, food and drink, and mental wellness.