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Boxed Wine Packaged in a Fashion Handbag

Posted: 09/10/2012 9:59 am


Boxed wine just went couture, with a line by Swedish company Vernissage. Designed to look like a high-end handbag, Vernissage makes your wine-to-go even easier to transport, and you can show some style in the process. That is until you pop open the spout, and pour your chardonnay from a cardboard purse -- that's so gauche.

Vernissage actually uses French wine from Vin de Pays d'Oc, and is available in red (syrah/cab blend), white (chardonnay/viognier), or rosé.


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