This suitcase is perfect for wine lovers and will keep your bottles from breaking.
Conde Nast TravelerSHOP NOW
However you travel, go with style & confidence. Trust the VinGardeValise® wine suitcases for unmatched quality, proven performance and versatility.SHOP NOW
This bag has been around the world without a single drop of wine spilled.
Lauren Mowery, ForbesSHOP NOW
VinGardeValise® is the ultimate travel solution for wine lovers to safely transport wines, spirits, craft beers, artisanal olive oils, and other bottled treasures.
Travel confidently knowing your favorite special vintages are safely cradled in specially designed covered foam inserts to ensure maximum safety against breakage.
The VinGardeValise® is available in 3 sizes:
- The 12 Bottle Grande
- The 8 Bottle Petite
- The 5 Bottle Piccolo
The removable inserts allow for flexible and customized travel for packing wine accessories or personal clothing and travel items. The VinGardeValise® has a durable hard shell construction, spinner Hinomoto wheels, a flush-mounted TSA lock, and is proudly backed by a 10-year Manufacturer’s Limited Warranty.
Simple and Easy
“This suitcase is perfect for wine lovers and will keep your bottles from breaking.”
“Hands down the best personal wine transport system I’ve used, this durable suitcase carries up to 12 750 ml wine bottles tucked snug inside dense closed-cell foam cutouts. The hard polycarbonate exterior feels tough and practically indestructible. After a dozen trips, it shows little wear and tear. When packed to its limit with wine, the case typically weighs in at between 43 to 50 lbs. — just making the cutoff for most airlines’ overweight baggage. It has a TSA-approved lock and straps to tighten and secure your precious contents. Lately, I’ve used the VinGardeValise as my solo piece of checked luggage. I leave the foam inserts on one side for up to six bottles (or olive oil, honey, spirits, etc.), and use the opposite well, with inserts removed, to pack my belongings. This bag has been around the world without a single drop of wine spilled.”