The odds are stacking up in favor of wine boxes. "The 3-liter category in wine bottles is almost nonexistent today. The boxed wine has taken over," said Bob Jennings, buyer and merchandising manager at Raley's, West Sacramento, Calif. Lightweight, shatterproof packaging; portability; spigots for easy pouring; freshness dating and air-tight seals that keep the wine fresh for months after the box is opened are just some of the advantages that wine boxes offer over their glass jug ...

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