Consumer demand prompted premium Mediterranean-inspired boxed wine company to launch Old Country Rosé, a Provence style dry Rosé, in a 3L boxed format. With convenient shipment options and high-quality wines, the D2C boxed wine company is on a mission to teach Americans to drink American wine like Italians drink Italian wine. This newest family-sized, low-sugar wine joins other options from the company like Old Country Red and Old Country White.
Stephen Vlahos, Co-Founder and CEO of Gratsi, says "Historically the 3L box has been a package for discount wines that often have lots of residual sugars and unnecessary cost-saving ingredients. The format itself is superior to bottles in many ways, we were curious to see if people would be open to drinking premium wine from a box."
Gratsi's Provence Style Rosé is Available in a Three-Liter Size
1. Mediterranean-inspired Boxed Wines - The trend towards convenient and high-quality boxed wines inspired by Mediterranean regions is increasing.
2. Direct-to-consumer Wine Sales - The D2C model is disrupting the traditional wine sales model, allowing for greater access to premium wines at lower costs.
3. Family-sized Boxed Wines - The demand for family-sized boxed wines offers a market opportunity for premium and high-quality wine producers.
1. Wine - The wine industry could benefit from exploring the disruptive potential of boxed wines inspired by Mediterranean regions and the D2C model.
2. Packaging - As the trend towards high-quality and convenient boxed wines continues, innovating new sustainable, eco-friendly packaging solutions may offer new market opportunities.
3. E-commerce - The rise of D2C boxed wine sales presents an industry opportunity for e-commerce platforms to create specialized wine delivery services.