With these portable and eco-friendly wine options or must-have carriers for safe transport of your favorite bottles, traveling with wine can be easy!
Camping, beach excursions and other outdoor adventures usually mean you have to go without wine, but only because most outdoor destinations don't allow glass for safety reasons. Thanks to the wide (and growing) variety of boxed wine, you can abide by the no-glass rules and still enjoy your vino. Here are some of the most popular boxed wines to consider for your next outdoor travel adventure.
CalNaturale is boxed in flexible Tetra-Pak for ease of travel and for environmental reasons. While the packaging is eco-friendly, the grapes are certified organic and are grown in the Paso Robles Appellation without the use of synthetic fertilizers or pesticides. CalNaturale offers Chardonnay and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Bandit Wines, also boxed in an eco-friendly and durable packaging, uses premium grapes sourced from Monterey and Napa, California. Bandit Wines offers Riesling, Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Moscato and Sangria.
To help cut the cost of traveling, you have the option to bring your own wine with you. These smart travel tips help to cut down on overpriced wines while eating out and ensures you will be drinking wine you know and enjoy.
Tips for cost-effective travel with wine in tow
Whether you're headed up the street for dinner at a friend's house or driving cross-country on a vacation, these wine carriers will help you get your wine safely and easily to your travel destination.
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