There’s no question people love the convenience and ease of canned, boxed, and single-serve wine. But for as long as airplane minis have been around, there’s been a general consensus that the wine you can stash in your purse usually doesn’t taste as good as what you’d find in a full-size bottle. It’s not the rule, and let’s be honest, we still happily drink it when the occasion calls for it, but…the bar is set low. Matt Dukes and Rachel Vodofsky want to change that. The two co-founded Usual Wines with the goal of making quality wine that doesn’t come in a 750 mL bottle. No cork, just a twist off cap and a glass you can grab out of the fridge after work without thinking through what happens to the rest of the bottle. The founders want Usual to be your new go-to (hence the name), and they know how you prefer your wine: delivered directly to your door, like a true millennial. With ease in mind—do you really know the difference between a cabernet and a merlot?—they launched last year with just two varietals: a red blend and a rosé. The red is made with Zinfandel and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes grown in Sonoma and has 13 percent ABV. The ...