If you’ve ever tried to travel with a bottle of wine, you know what a pain it can be. All you’re trying to do is get your wine from point A to point B without the bottle shattering into 1 million pieces. When you do try to travel with wine, you just have a feeling burying your wine in all of your packed clothes is not the way to do it.
Enter VinGardeValise. This luggage looks like any other suitcase, but is specially designed by the pros at FlyWithWine to hold both your wine and your clothes — up to 12 bottles, in fact. Not traveling with wine at any given time? You can remove the foam inserts taking up one side of the suitcase and just use the luggage as normal.
The suitcase features asymmetrical and 360-degree wheels, an aircraft-grade telescoping handle, a TSA-compliant lock, burst straps, a reinforcement bar on the bottom, and a compound material shell. One side of the suitcase holds patented, removal foam inserts to safely store wine bottles of any shape or size. All of these features combine to create a perfectly safe, sturdy home for your wine bottles (or any spirits bottles), ensuring they don’t crack or break in transit — and all without you needing to bring two separate suitcases on your trip.
The suitcase comes in three colors — black, burgundy and silver — and three sizes, to hold five, eight or 12 bottles of wine.
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