Wine in a bottle? With, like, a cork? That's sooo 20th Century (and 19th, and 18th). Ya gotta be modern, use technology, my friend. Twist-off caps are better, but there's still that awkward and heavy bottle, ya know?
In Australia, they've known for generations that the answer is to use a polyethylene bag for all but the very best wines. (That would be the one percent or so that actually improve with age.) That bag full of wine goes into a carboard box, mate, and Bob's your uncle.
That's going to change. The trade journal Drinks Business reports this morning that a new line of "wine handbags" will hit the US market shortly. The "Vernissage" handbags, sold in Europe, were created by Swedish graphic designer. They feature a Chardonnay/Viognier blend, a Syrah/Cabernet Sauvignon blend, and a Syrah rosé from grapes grown in the Vin de Pays d'Oc.
No word yet on price.