double wine tote - california$22.00
- the story
If you know your way around the world of wine, you know the upstart growers of California have been turning out vintages that rival the Old World masters. Carry your Pacific vintages with pride in these handy, cartographic bottle totes. Each cotton canvas bag is emblazoned with the name of one of California's key wine districts, accompanied by a spirited map of the region. The double compartments allow you to carry two bottles with one hand, and without them bumping together and risking damage. The totes also make thoughtful housewarming or hostess gifts. Husband and wife team Rachel Rheingold and Michael Berick produce these bags using US-grown cotton. All cutting, sewing and printing is done in Brooklyn, NY.
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- Item ID
- Made from
- 100% cotton
- 12"L x 13.5" W X 4" D, Strap: 20" L
- Cut, sewn, and printed in Brooklyn NY with USA made fabric
Care: wash cold, gentle, hang dry
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- q & a
Q and A
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35votes, 5 comments
I might buy it. If my disposable muli bottle bags don't last very long. May be helpful for sorting different food types, too.
Love them! Something like this should have been for sale in the wine country on my last visit. I would definitely purchase for gifts and one for our family to use as well.
Vote: Thumbs down!
It's ok if you are in California, but I'm in NY wine country - anything for us?
Vote: Thumbs up!
i love the idea of these bags and they could totally expand to include bags for other wine areas such as NY Finger Lakes, Toronto, etc. And a thumbs up for American made!
Vote: Thumbs up!
I really like these - but I'm with the others thinking they could expand to be all states that make wine! Illinois, Missouri, etc. Thanks!