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Chardonnay Double Spout Flap Up with spout pouring
Chardonnay Double Spout Flap Up

The PortoVino purse is a party in a bag — or rather two bags. Two Party Pouches, each of which can hold 750 ml of wine, margaritas or another favorite beverage, are tucked into an insulated, zippered pocket, with plenty of room in the bag for other essentials. The picnic bag’s spouts are concealed by a snap-secured flap. The company recommends replacing the pouches ($19.95 for a pack of four) after each use but also says they can be washed, dried and reused. The PortoVino, which comes in various colors and styles including purses, tote bags, messenger bags and backpacks, costs from $44.95 for a canvas tote with one spout that can carry 1.5 liters to $89.95 for the double-pour Tuscany vegan leather tote in Merlot
or Chardonnay.

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