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4 Bottle Bags & Totes

A 4 bottle tote has lots of benefits to its name. Not only does it distribute weight well, making for easy carrying of a four-wine pairing, it is strong and light when there’s nothing in it. It folds up small for easy storage in a cupboard or car, and can be reused again and again. A 4 bottle wine bag makes the perfect gift for customers, clients or family members, and is a wonderful thing to have on hand for customers who like to buy in bulk.

Grocery Style w/4 Sleeve Inserts

110 GSM Non Woven Grocery/Wine Combo tote bag. This bag includes 4 interior bottle holders and 2 pockets for coupons, etc. (QNUCG-JMPGS)

Price Guide: $

Min Quantity: 200

Colors: Black, Tan Beige, Navy Blue, Royal Blue, Red, Lime Green, Burgundy Red, Teal Green

4 Bottle Import Wine Tote

4 bottle size exclusive WineBags.com design! Strong and durable 100 gram non-woven polypropylene. All PMS colors available for imprinting. We all love a bottle of wine, and we all love the special offers that are usually available allowing us to buy multiple bottles for less money overall. (4BOTR-TBIMP)

Price Guide: $

Min Quantity: 500

Colors: Assorted

Non Woven 4-Bottle Bag

Available in a one, two, four or six bottle wine bag. The four and six bottle bags have a Velcro handle carrier, foam bottom and sewn in dividers for added protection, strength and carrying ease. The two-bottle bag has a sewn-in divider. The two-bottle bag features a convenient pocket. Bags made from 80 GSM non-woven polypropylene. Stitched seams in the side and bottom gussets. Contains 20% post-industrial recycled content. ** (GLBAP-GWMDV)

Price Guide: $

Min Quantity: 200

Colors: Royal Blue, Red, Black, Burgundy Red, Tan Beige, Hunter Green, Navy Blue

Non-Woven Poly 4-Bottle Tote Domestic

100 GSM Non-Woven Polypropylene 4 wine bottle tote with interior bottle dividers and 18" handles decoratively reinforced by horizontal detail. (XMUCN-ICUUR)

Price Guide: $

Min Quantity: 200

Colors: Black, Natural Beige, Burgundy Red

Four Bottle Jute Vino-Sack

This natural jute sack has a sewn-in partition separating the four bottles. Inside storage pouch. Light beige open top canvas pocket sewn into front of face. Handle is made of cotton webbing sewn over rope. 8"" W x 13 3/4"" H x 8"" D (WCARK-LHHOF)

Price Guide: $$

Min Quantity: 48

Colors: Jute Beige

4 Bottle Wine Bag w/ Cotton Handles

Eco green jute / burlap 4 bottle wine bag with webbed handles. Made from a natural vegetable fiber, reusable, recyclable and biodegradable. 8" W x 14" H x 8" D (HZAUD-JJKEA)

Price Guide: $$

Min Quantity: 50

Colors: Natural Beige

4-Bottle Neoprene Wine Tote Bag

This handy Neoprene wine carrier securely holds up to 4 bottles. It has separate compartments featuring a plastic bottom insert to support even the heaviest of bottles without sagging. The top of the carrier features four cut holes and a closing Velcro strap for added stabilization during transport. (SFZWE-IUGMR)

Price Guide: $$$

Min Quantity: 60

Colors: Black

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4 Bottle Wine Bags

A 4 bottle tote has lots of benefits to its name. Not only does it distribute weight well, making for easy carrying of a four-wine pairing, it is strong and light when there’s nothing in it. It folds up small for easy storage in a cupboard or car, and can be reused again and again. A 4 bottle wine bag makes the perfect gift for customers, clients or family members, and is a wonderful thing to have on hand for customers who like to buy in bulk.

The Prepared Traveler’s Wine Vacation Kit

The 4 bottle wine bag is a stylish way for customers to carry their goods home. During the holidays, though, it’s likely they may be carrying those bottles to someone else’s house, or packing them in the car for a trip or en route to a new destination. Whatever the case, there are a few must-haves for anyone with wine on the go.

First, napkins. One must always be prepared for spills, especially with rosé or red wine, which can stain and ruin clothing and upholstery if not immediately soaked up. While paper napkins will do in a pinch, cloth napkins are much better for soaking up large amounts of liquid, plus they get the environmental stamp of approval.

Second, a foil cutter and bottle opener. These make opening wine easy no matter where you are, so you don’t have to sadly struggle trying to pull the cork free and reach the sweet nectar beneath. Make sure to get nice versions of each, as shoddy substitutes tend to break when you most need them. That’s no good!

And last, a wine bag for carrying. Especially if your customers are planning to picnic, are traveling to hard-to-reach destinations, or are taking public transportation, it’s so important that they have an easy and reliable means of wine transportation. 4 bottle wine bags offer storage, stability and simplicity.

Wine and Holidays

No one needs to tell you that vino is an important part of the holiday tradition. It isn’t just the booze factor, either (although that certainly plays a part). No, wine is special for its warm, zingy, comforting nature, and for the role it has always played at the table of people who are celebrating.

Don’t believe us? Did you know that the earliest evidence of wine is from the Zagros Mountains in Northern Iran, dating to over 7,000 years ago? The wine, detectable only from remnants smeared on the pottery jug in which it was found, was made by a Neolothic inhabitant of the village Hajji Firuz Tepe, proving that wine was thousands of years older than previously thought. One only has to peruse ancient works of literature from Hebrew, Greek, Roman, Muslim, Indian, Chinese and other cultures to note its importance in celebrations across peoples and time.

But enough of that: How are you going to incorporate it into your next holiday? If we may offer a few suggestions, one way to snag the benefits of wine for your next holiday is to have a wine-tasting party among close friends. Let’s say you’re serving a sit-down meal to 30 people … do you really want to road-test the wines on the big day? Probably not. Instead, buy a bottle each of all the wines you’re considering, and try them on for size with your buddies or gal pals. It’s a low-stakes and super fun way to ensure the best possible menu when the time comes. And don’t forget your wine bags! Sending your friends home with their own bottle in a 1 bottle wine bag is the least you can do after the help they gave.

To celebrate the holidays themselves, putting a bottle of wine under the tree is an easy and always appreciated gift, especially when it’s from Santa! Of course, holidays such as Hannukah, Ramadan, Kwanzaa, Easter, or even a crazy one such as St. Patrick’s Day, will all fit the bill. Beautiful gifts of wine, well wrapped with lovely bags and with a small note tucked inside, do the trick any time of year for any occasion, so don’t hold back.

Pairing Food and Wine 101

Perhaps instead of traveling, you’re staying home for the holidays. Or perhaps you’re a catering company or boutique wine shop that is helping others better celebrate a festive time of year. Whatever the case, it helps to be up on the basics of pairing wine and food. Novice entertainers and master chefs alike can benefit from a basic primer, the former because they just don’t know, the latter because their knowledge is often so extensive it’s hard to know where to begin!

When trying to learn or instruct someone else in the basics of food and wine pairing keep the following rules in mind, courtesy of Wine Enthusiast: fat with tannins, greens with herbal wines, salty foods with sparkling wines and sweet with sweet (where the wine must be sweeter than the dessert, or else it will be sharp and acidic). Sure, it’s a very basic rulebook, but it works well for a wide variety of food combinations. Serving fried calamari? Sparkling wine will do. Rich steak? Bring on the cabernet. Port and chocolate cake? Why yes, thank you.

Consider handing out little cards with simple pairings in your wine shop to help customers out, or offering simple legends to catering company prospects.

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