Time for Wine columnist Troy Townsin continues his look at the wine making process. Today it's all about packaging the beverage.

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Gray Monk Odessey White Brut - $16.99 half bottle, $24.99 bottle, $44.99 magnum

Fort Berens 23 Camels Red -$18.99 a bottle or $399 for a 19.5 litre stainless steel keg

Haywire Crush Pad Red - $54 for a 3 litre bag in a box (= 4 bottles)

Rocky Creek Pinot Gris 2011 - $20 (with a zork cap)

Joie Farm Riesling 2011 - $23

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