San Francisco-based Usual wines introduces a two-pack of its signature single-serving wine bottles. Continuing its mission to modernize the way we drink, the new offering — available in red and rosé options — takes on the direct-to-consumer company’s youthful approach in signature, sleek-designed bottles.
Known for their high-quality, sustainability farmed wines from California, the brand’s two-pack features a rosé blend from Santa Barbara and a red blend from Sonoma. Each 6.3-ounce individual serving bottle is a heavy pour and larger than the average glass of wine served at a restaurant. What’s more, the complex blends have no added sugars, sulfates or preservatives.
To coincide with the launch of the two-pack, Usual has also created its own wine hotline, a personal concierge service that lets users replenish their stock via text. The two-pack is available now on Usual’s site and retails for $16 USD with free shipping until April 15. The wine is currently sold in packs of 6, 12 or 24 bottles.