This Purse That Doubles As A Secret Wine Holder Is Absolutely Everything

Okay, dames( and really badass dudes ), it’sabout time you put your summer drinking game in gear andget yourself one of these dope wine-dispensing bags. With a secret compartment that holds one full bottle of wine, this suitcase will beat an Hermes any day of the week.

Thanks toUncommon Goods, your brand new “Wine Dispensing Travel Tote” will likely solve not just your summer problems — but the entire world’s problems.

Got a family BBQthat sounds about as fun as a root canal? Fill up that traveling wine tote, daughter. Crammedin the backseat of a van on a ten-hour drive to some pond? Take a sip from that handbag — no one’s appearing. Did your summer romance justgo from “The Notebook” to “Shutter Island”? Nothing a suitcase full of wine can’t fixing!

One reviewer in Idaho who goes by Happy Sipper told of the suitcase,

Bought the first one for myself. When it arrived it was so much better than expected I gave it as a graduation gift( with wine, of course !) and is likely to be ordering another for myself. Maybe I should get 2 more, just in case….

If buying doublings of something you like is uniquely American, then Happy Sipper is the definition of a patriot. Lastered gave an equally stellar review, writing,

Great bag, additional storage for all the handbag holding needs of a female … Perfect for barbecues, those awkward collects when you sneak a drink to survive the bad conversations, stroll right on the cruise ship without the deviation delay of a refreshment. Love it !!!

At a cost of $ 129.95, the handbag isn’t as affordable as your basic Eternally 21 beach tote. That being said, it has ample room for the “holding needs of a female” — aka an economy-size box of Cheez-Its — so I’d say it’s definitely worth it.

You can buy a wine-dispensing tote of your own right off the Uncommon Goods website. And while you really shouldn’t beverage before a first date, there’s no damage in keeping some handy in your handbag, right?

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