6 Stylish Ways to Transport Wine

Perfect for 4th of July parties and picnics in the park.


Birch Veneer Wine Bottle Cylinder


Present your wine in style with this earthy and elegant carrier. It’s made from 100 percent Birch wood, and has a leather cord closure. And even though it looks expensive, it clocks in at less than $20.

To buy: $17, containerstore.com.

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Vin Vertical Tote in Plum


This classic canvas tote can hold two full-sized bottles of your favorite wine. The handy adjustable strap means it can be slung over your shoulder, or held like a traditional tote bag. All set on vino? It’s the perfect size to hold baguettes, too.

To buy: For a similar product: $46; etsy.com.

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Carlotta Clutch Wine Bottle Purse Tote


Not only does this fashionable purse carry your wine, it also features an interior pocket to hold your keys and ID. Plus, there’s an elastic strap to securely hug your bottle. No one will even know what’s inside!

To buy: $30, brookstone.com.

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Picnic at Ascot London Double Wine Bottle Picnic Tote


This adorable backpack carries two bottles of wine in the most fashionable way. Made from poly-canvas, it also includes a cutting board, corkscrew and wine stopper. Built-in Thermal Shield insulation ensures your bottles stays chilled during transit.

To buy: $33, hayneedle.com.

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Crimson & Gold Khari-Print Wine Bag in Ivory/Gold


Strut into your Fourth of July barbecue in style with this plush wine bag. Made from Rayon velvet, it also comes in red and gold, and sapphire and gold. It’s so chic, you’ll be tempted to use it as your everyday tote.

To buy: $25, horchow.com.

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IMAX Worldwide Vineyard Wine Caddy


This Paris-inspired metal wine caddy is the cutest way to transport your wine. The vintage case holds six bottles of wine, and has an antique green finish we’re totally enamored with.

To buy: $47, amazon.com.

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