How to safely travel with wine in your luggage
Author: Wine Travel Bag Date Posted:31 May 2017
Whether you want to bring a special bottle back from your once-in-a-lifetime vacation, or if you’re bringing your favourite bottle to your destination, without fail there’s always hesitation with packing wine in your luggage.
Survive air travel with wine in your luggage
Whether you want to bring a special bottle back from your once-in-a-lifetime vacation, or if you’re bringing your favorite bottle to your destination, without fail there’s always hesitation with packing wine in your luggage.
Wine Travel Bag is here to eliminate stress from the worry of wine stained luggage so you can instead focus on sipping and savoring your bottle the way you intended.
Wine only in checked luggage
First up, if you’re not a frequent traveler, a reminder that you cannot bring your wine bottle on the plane with you. It has to go in your checked luggage - no exceptions.
Only the very best for our precious wine
Prior to creating Wine Travel Bag, we too wrapped our precious bottles in clothing crossing our fingers for the whole trip that we wouldn’t arrive to red wine throughout our entire suitcase. Now, we sit back, relax and take advantage of the on-board wine!
Our mission was to make Wine Travel Bag the most protective wine travel bag in the market. It contains ultra absorbent diaper-like material inside the bag that acts as a strong protective layer for your bottle – essentially a mop for liquid should you be faced with the unfortunate scenario of a broken bottle. The absorbent material soaks up 100 percent of the liquid.
We spent hours and hours and hours researching the very best ziplocks there are available. For extra peace of mind we decided to incorporate not only one but two ziplocks to ensure liquid is contained inside the bag.
The plastic used to produce Wine Travel Bag is of the highest quality to ensure durability and sturdiness.
Easy and efficient pre-travel preparation
With Wine Travel Bag all you simply do, is open the Wine Travel Bag, place your bottle inside the bag – and inside the absorbent material – and make sure the two ziplocks are tightly sealed. That’s it! No sourcing bubble wrap or nominating clothing that you are prepared to potentially next see wine stained.
Placing Wine Travel Bags in your suitcase
It’s always best to place Wine Travel Bags in the center of your suitcase snugly around other items to avoid shifting when in transit.
Some say that hard suitcases are better than canvas suitcases as they are stronger and more sturdy. Regardless, you should always have your Wine Travel Bags secured so that they don’t slide around inside your suitcase.
We always recommend carrying a couple of Wine Travel Bags with you. At just 3.7 ounces they don’t take up any additional weight. You never know when you’ll stumble across that rare find.
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