Stacked Wines has selected a California-based grocer Bristol Farms to sell its wines at Bristol’s twelve southern California locations.

Bristol will stock three varieties of wines including Chardonnay, Merlot and Pinot Grigio, where Chardonnay possesses notes of soft citrus with hints of oak and Merlot possesses flavors of red plum with traces of vanilla.

Available in a four-pack stemless wine glasses that vertically stack to form one full bottle of wine, Stacked Wines will be stocked in the twelve privately-owned Bristol Farms stores in Southern California locations including Hollywood, La Jolla, Long Beach, Manhattan Beach, Newport, Palm Desert, Pasadena, Rolling Hills Estates, Westchester, West Hollywood, Westlake Village and Westwood.

The four-pack stemless wine glasses has a combined volume of 750ml, similar to that of a traditional wine bottle, where each glass contains 187ml of wine and are stacked evenly for easy storage, cooling and transport.

Stacked Wines are packaged in Vinoware, which is a recyclable container that gives look and feel of wine glass but has a durability of plastic, and are sealed with a foil to retain the freshness of wine.

Stacked Wines marketing vice president Jodi Wynn said distribution of its wines in Bristol Farms is a natural fit for both the Southern California companies.

"Our concept has the wine community buzzing and Bristol Farms is the perfect place to showcase the product," Wynn added.

Stacked Wines are available at a retail price of $10.99 per bottle.