This Handbag Has A Secret Latch For Dispensing Wine

This Handbag Has A Secret Latch For Dispensing Wine
Design

The PortoVino wine purse doubles as a drink dispenser

Matt Vitone
  • 9 august 2017

What’s a wine lover to do when she’s on the run and wants a glass of her favorite boozy beverage? Bella Vita, a gourmet bag manufacturer, has created a handbag that lets you drink wherever you please without the hassle of lugging around heavy glass bottles.

A latch on the bottom of the bag lifts up to reveal a hidden spout for pouring wine or other drinks. An insulated pocket, known as the “party pouch,” holds the wine, which is stored within a secret zippered compartment on the side of the bag. It can hold up to 1.5 liters of fluid, or roughly 2 bottles of wine.

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The patent-pending product features a leather-like finish, while the interior is decorated with a mini white polka-dotted pattern cotton lining. Two sturdy straps on the exterior make it easy to tote around your “secret drink.” The bag comes in two colors (red or blue) and retails for about $75.

Bella Vita

What’s a wine lover to do when she’s on the run and wants a glass of her favorite boozy beverage? Bella Vita, a gourmet bag manufacturer, has created a handbag that lets you drink wherever you please without the hassle of lugging around heavy glass bottles.

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