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Wine can now be delivered in the post after a British company became the first to invent a unique bottle that squeezes through letterboxes.<br />
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The plastic bottles have been flattened and made longer so they hold the regular level of 750ml and can fit into a postbox and through a standard slot in a front door.<br />
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The bottles are made from hard glass-like plastic and are contained within protective cardboard boxes which cushion the fall from the letterbox to the floor to ensure there are no breakages.<br />
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The receptacle itself, from London-based Garcon Wines, is 13.5ins long - about 2ins taller than a regular wine bottle.