Boxed wine is about packaging, not quality
Turns out, it’s no longer just a bag you slap before heading to a place where there’ll be Jell-O shots. “Once we secure quality fruit, the vinification process in our production facility -- in terms of converting the grapes via fermentation into wine juice and aging appropriately in stainless steel or with oak -- is exactly the same as it would be for any bottle counterpart,” says Moore.
There's just as much of a spectrum with boxed wine as with bottled, and just because something is packaged in a box doesn't necessarily mean it's inherently worse. In fact, some of the best things come in boxes, like that Nintendo 64 you got for your 8th birthday.