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If you're going to spring for the wine, then at least show up carrying it in this beautiful double wine tote with an original floral design. There's no way you'll impress your host if you ring the doorbell and they open the door to see you holding onto a plastic bag, bottles clinking wildly against each other.

 

Made with 100% cotton canvas, it features a handy partition to perfectly hold two 25 fl oz (750ml) wine bottles. 


.: Heavy fabric (10 oz /yd² (340 g/m²))
.: One-sided print
 

Bold Pink Retro Garden Double Wine Bottle Tote

SKU: 91099584540414324369
$24.00Price
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