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How to Travel with Wine

Curious about how to travel with wine? Whether you’re traveling by plane, boat, or car, I’ve got you covered, and you only need one—possibly unique—thing.

Curious about how to travel with wine? Whether you're traveling by plane, boat, or car, I've got you covered, and you only need one—possibly unique—thing.

Whether you’re taking wine home from a trip of a lifetime to Italy, or maybe you want to take some bottles of vino on a weekend away, or on a cruise to drink out on your verandah.

If you’re worried about your wine bottles clinking and shattering—ouch, talk about a party foul—take note with this super easy way to travel with wine.

Before You Pack it Up

First things first: if you’re flying, check with the TSA to make sure their regulations on traveling with alcohol. The stipulations change depending on the alcohol volume. And if you’re cruising, check with your specific cruise line for their alcohol, beer, and wine rules.

How to Travel with Wine

It’s super simple: grab some diapers. Yup, you read that right: diapers.

Curious how to travel with wine? Whether you're traveling by plane, boat, or car, I've got you covered, and you only need one—possibly unique—thing.

Here’s why we like diapers for when we travel with wine. If a bottle breaks and it’s wrapped in a diaper, the diaper will absorb the liquid.

Then, we always put the diapered wine bottle in a ziptop bag, that way it’s all contained.

Curious how to travel with wine? Whether you're traveling by plane, boat, or car, I've got you covered, and you only need one—possibly unique—thing.

Yes, those extra bulky bottles will take up space depending, especially depending on how many bottles you’re taking, but if the wine is that important to you, it’s totally worth it.

Curious how to travel with wine? Whether you're traveling by plane, boat, or car, I've got you covered, and you only need one—possibly unique—thing.

Size 2 or size 3 diapers work best, and if you want to put more than one bottle in a bag get some of the extra large, two-gallon ziptop bags.

Oh! And don’t forget the most important thing when you’re traveling with wine: a corkscrew (and this one is even TSA compliant)!

Wine Not?

Curious how to travel with wine? Whether you're traveling by plane, boat, or car, I've got you covered, and you only need one—possibly unique—thing.

Given the opportunity to BYOW (bring your own wine), we almost always pack up a bottle or two. Not only is it cheaper than buying it wherever we are, but then we can take our favorite varieties with us.

Curious how to travel with wine? Whether you're traveling by plane, boat, or car, I've got you covered, and you only need one—possibly unique—thing.

Will you try this method the next time you need to travel with wine? Tell me how it goes, and if you have any other tips like this, leave it below!

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