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2007-05-18 21:34:37
2007-05-18 21:34:37

Yes, you may put anything in a bag box like the wine. Can you do this leaglly? Depends on which state in the USA you plan to do this. Suggest you contact the carrier that will transport your boxed container.


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The bladder like bag found in a box of wine allows a contents of 2-10 litres.

Bag-in-a-Box Wine is called goon.

Cheap. Wine in a box. well first you take some wine, and instead of putting it in a bottle, you get a box. put the wine in the box, and then you have to think of a cleaver name for it. wine in a sock, doesnt really work well and since the wine is in a box, maybe you call it "wine in a box" I hope this has cleared that up.

Most boxed wine is stored in a 3 liter bag which holds the equivalent of 4 bottles of wine. Generally, a bottle of wine produces 4 to 6 glasses depending on the size of the glass. Consequently, a box of wine would equal the equivalent of 16 to 24 glasses.

Google "Sofia sparkling" in a can or "RICH prosecco." can they need cans because of the pressure of the bubbles. so no "bag in a box"

Wine in a box is very practical because it minimizes air contact with the wine.

A box of wine is usually called a case of wine and will hold 12 750mL bottles. A case of wine would be equal to 9 liters of wine total.

Wine that comes in a box is not usually a high quality wine. To say it is classy is being sarcastic.

Never. It is cheap wine.

Artificial Christmas trees can be stored in a big bag or in their original box. The bag or box is then put into a storage bin or the individual's closet.

A wine gift box can have many other things in it apart from the wine. The gift box can have glasses, chocolates, fresh fruits. At times, the wine gift box comes with pre-packed items, others can be directly chosen by the buyer.

You can pick up a home wine kit at a nice grocery store or most liquor stores. You could also check amazon and ebay. If you buy a bag of wine and a wooden box you can fit a nozzle in the tip and make your own kit.

One can purchase a box of wine online at the website for a grocery store that has an online ordering feature. Some grocery stores with that feature are Giant and Safeway.

Yah if the box had holes and u gave it food and water butt if would like scratch the box until it gets out and wine alot!

You can simply do any web search for the best wine in a box and come back with the best.

A 5 liter box of wine would give you 6.6 bottles of wine. Since a case is 12 bottles, one 5-liter box would not be enough. Buy 2 5-liter boxes of wine and you would have 13.2 bottles of wine....a little more than a case.

Put it in a plastic bag or a small box (like ring or jewelry box)

It depends on if you want a box or a bag. A bag holds 360 Dum Dums, but a box holds 120 Dum Dums.

Depends on the box. Check the label.

First take a bag or a box and paint it baby blue next take a piece of paper and cut it out like a beavers tail and paint it yellow and black stripes going up and to the side then when your bag or box is dry cut out leg holes then tape the tail to the back of the box then take another piece of paper and make a yellow bill and tape it to the front of the bag or box then get out some skinny jeans and buy some yellow converse once you have done that buy a baby blue t-shirt and ribbon and tape the ribbon to the bag or box holding your platypus then buy a yellow base ball cap and that's how to make a platypus costume

Depends on the size of the box a 5 liter holds 6.66 bottles and 3 liter holds 4 bottlels of wine but a 2 liter holds

Usually four 750 ml bottles

That is approximately 44, 4ounce glasses of wine

There are not many words that can replace the word lunch box. Some examples of these words are, lunch bag and lunch container.

yes It just take a longer time. I use box wine for cooking all the time and can keep a box on the shelf up to a year.

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