These Flask-Like Wine Bottles Will Finally Class Up Your Sunday Fundays

Garcon Wines

If your daily ritual involves popping open a bottle of wine to unwind after a long, stressful day at the office, you're not alone.

I've always been a firm believer in the saying, "A glass (or bottle) of Pinot a day keeps the doctor away."

However, if you're someone who likes to get wine wasted on the go, you probably know there's just one little problem with your beloved bottles of vino.

Those clunky wine bottles can be pretty heavy, which makes toting them around a real pain in the ass.

Yeah, talk about a serious buzzkill.

If you're all too familiar with the struggles associated with bulky wine bottles, you might want to stop sipping your Chardonnay for a second and pay attention.

Some genius just made all your drunken dreams come true by inventing some new, flask-like wine bottles.

Garcon Wines

That's right: London-based wine maker Garcon Wines is now selling precious vino in thin, plastic bottles that hold the standard 750 ml of wine.

Garcon Wines

Thanks to these badass bottles, you can finally say goodbye to the days of sneaking wine into concerts and movie theaters with ridiculous wine-filled bra contraptions. You can simply inconspicuously turn up by concealing these slim bottles of wine under your jacket.

Garcon Wines

But that's not all. Garcon Wines is also planning to launch a monthly subscription service for these innovative flattened bottles of wine in February.

Unlike normal wine deliveries that get left on your doorstep in a big heavy box, these glorious bottles are thin enough to fit right into your mailbox.

Garcon Wines

So now, you can finally rest easy, knowing your degenerate alcoholic neighbors won't nab your precious boozy box from your doorstep before you get home from work.

Garcon Wines will be offering their wine subscriptions for as little as $12 a month. They hope to start sending out wine shipments in March.

Citations: You can now order a plastic wine bottle that can be squeezed through your letterbox (Metro)