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BottleShock Protective Wine Carrying Case
Posted on December 8, 2012.

Do you remember when you could visit a winery and buy a few bottles of wine and carry them home on the plane? Or when you were traveling to visit an old friend and you would throw a great bottle of wine in your carry-on luggage? Wine lovers miss the days when they could travel freely with a few of their favorite wines, and wine sales have been impacted around the world because customers can´t get their wines home without risk of damage.  Unfortunately, airline travel regulations prohibit traveling with liquids greater than 3.4 ounces, and wrapping your wines in towels or plastic bags is a very risky proposition. They say that necessity is the mother of all invention, and traveling without wine is not an option for a serious wine lover. The solution to this challenge is Bottleshock™.

Bottleshock is a revolutionary wine or liquid carrying case that looks like a beautiful wine satchel, but protects your bottled liquids with a crush-proof, liquid-tight sealed container. Bottleshock not only protects your wines but also doubles as an attractive wine carrying case that anyone would be proud to carry into their favorite restaurant or event. Bottleshock includes the following features:

  • Three convenient versions with one, two or three bottle cases.
  • Crush-proof synthetic shell and liquid-tight lid to prevent the contents from leaking outside of the case (as most wine enthusiast know, not all bottle liquids have perfect seals). 
  • Covered with a top-grain leather exterior cover and includes a convenient leather carrying strap with a small leather pouch to store your corkscrew and other personal items.
  • Bottleshock is sized to support a variety of bottle sizes and shapes, including Pinot Noir and larger Cabernet wine bottles. 
  • Bottleshockhas a padded lining and liquid-tight seal that keeps wines at cellar temperature for up to 6 hours.
  • Bottleshock can be placed in your suitcase for airline travel, or placed in the Bottleshock travel bag and checked as a separate piece of luggage. The travel bag includes a TSA lockable zipper.
  • Bottleshock can be private labeled for merchants and wineries.  

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