When I run to the bodega, I have two options: I can take the large, turquoise sack, bought in guilt one afternoon in the Whole Foods checkout line, or the smaller Georgia Public Broadcasting bag I got as a donor gift. But when I get wine? Rather than brown-bag from the wine store or risk a broken bottle after a bumpy trip with the rest of my groceries, I grab my Maptote wine bag. This tan canvas tote ensures two bottles of rioja safely make it from the store to my kitchen. Even better, my purse is no longer the modus operandi for BYO occasions. The company’s graphic city maps, which emblazon their standard totes, get a vino-inspired twist—making the bag as cute as it is convenient.
Canvas wine tote, $15 for a single, $22 for a double from Maptote