Baggy Wine Coat

Sep 16, 2014

Category: Gear

Wine in a box has been around for decades now, and you can find some surprisingly good stuff packed in those cardboard squares, but sometimes you just want a classier look. The Baggy Wine Coat serves that purpose, and even brings more functionality to the table too.

Think of it as a little black dress for your vino; just take the wine bag out of its box, put it in the Baggy Wine Coat, and close the top. You’ve now got a more stately way to carry your wine around town. There’s also room for an ice pack, if you like your white wine chilled. The opening fits all standard taps and the soft rubber belt makes it easy to handle. Note: This wine coat is designed for a wine bag from a 31 Bag-in-Box, but you can actually fill it with any beverage you like when used with a disposable Beverage Bag (sold separately). [Purchase]

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