With Wine Totes, Wine Country Is Wherever You Say It Is

| March 14, 2011

If you’re a total wine connoisseur, and you have friends that are also wine enthusiasts, you probably enjoy visiting vineyards together. Perhaps you attend wine tasting events or host wine tasting parties in your own home. A good wine paired with good friends makes for a perfectly classy evening.

The real mecca for American connoisseurs is Wine Country. Walking through the countryside, enjoying the great outdoors and sipping wine, makes for a perfect vacation. But what if you don’t have easy access to Napa Valley or Sonoma? Your solution has arrived: wine totes.

Wine totes are the ideal way to transport your favorite bottle, and the insulation ensures that you’ll keep it at the perfect temperature. Because there are wine glasses included in this kind of tote, you can enjoy a romantic afternoon in the park with your loved one. You don’t have to go to Wine Country to enjoy the sun and a drink, because wine totes allow you to bring the party closer to home.

Most wine totes come with a cheese knife and hardwood cutting board so that you can enjoy a snack while sipping your drink. Other typical accessories include a corkscrew, bottle stopper, and napkins. You just grab your tote and go!

When you’re not using the tote to head out for a romantic afternoon, you can use it simply to transport your bottles safely. Most totes have enough room for two bottles, so you can easily carry two different options with you wherever you go. Some styles even have enough room for three selections. And the designs are endless – from eco-friendly options, to book styles, to models with shoulder straps, you’ll find one that suits your needs.

If you like to bring a bottle with you to dinner parties, totes are both protective and fashionable. It’s never wise to let your bottle roll around unprotected in the back seat, where it’s vulnerable to breakage. It’s also a lot classier to present your wine in a formal case.

For any wine lover, a tote makes the perfect gift, especially if you include a great bottle along with it. It’s a sophisticated gift that will get used frequently. After all, a glass of Pinot Noir or Cabernet Sauvignon tastes better when enjoyed in the fresh air. Transporting your pricey bottle just got a little easier.

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