French Rabbit Wine – $8.99ish

french rabbit

French rabbit is an eco-friendly wine from the Boisset Winery in France. The most noticeable feature is its juicebox-like packaging, which is composed of polyethylene, aluminum foil, and paperboard. This makes the container easy to open, shatterproof, resealable, and 100% recyclable. Packaging aside, the actual wine has gotten solid reviews from Wine Spectator and other critics. French rabbit is available in Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot.

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8 Comments on “French Rabbit Wine – $8.99ish”

  1. Linda Says:

    Very cool idea. I tried the Cabernet and Merlot. Very tasty wines for the price. An added bonus that the package is recycleable. Found a quite Love Letter writer on the site.

  2. linda Says:

    can one purchase the wine to ship to las vegas nevada..for personal consumption?
    thank you for the information.

  3. Chief Hare Says:

    Hi Linda –

    We have a couple of retail locations available in Las Vegas, such as the Paris Hotel wine shop.

    I will be there in a couple of weeks to try and increase distribution into Whole Foods and other local wine shops. Please ask for it wherever you buy wine!

    Chief Hare

  4. Sam Says:

    I dunno… tastes kinda too fresh, a little acrid. This applies to all of the red wines I’ve purchased in tetra paks. Maybe its something to do with the packaging, since I have bought excellent whites (i.e. Frisky Zerba, South Africa) in the same kind of box.

  5. diana Says:

    Going down the mighty colorado in June, can the las vegas distributor order 50 containers or so for us to take on our trip?? please let me know, thanks!

  6. Ben Nguyen Says:

    I’m dying to try the Pinot Noir 250ml “Petit” box, but can’t seem to find it here in the So. Cal area?

    Anyone know of an online retailer that carries it?

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