Oma does a lot of traveling; some for business – some for pleasure. The Vino Mio Foldable Wine Bottle is by far more convenient for me when I want to take a nice bottle of wine with me. This collapsible, reusable, and portable alternative to a glass bottle of wine is much easier to pack. I just place it in my suitcase and do not have to worry about breakage or leaking. Also, you do not have to worry about having a wine bottle opener.
I love the fact that this refillable container is BPA Free. Now that many pools and beaches ban glass, the Vino Mio Foldable Wine Bottle is perfect for housing your favorite beverage. It fits well in most coolers.
Vino Mio is a refillable, lightweight and unbreakable alternative to glass bottles. It is an easy and convenient way to carry your wine or any other beverage in a bag, purse or pocket.
Vino Mio is:
- BPA Free
Use Vino Mio anywhere glass is prohibited.
Transferring your favorite wine to the flexible wine bottle is easier than ever thanks to the wide mouth cap.
- Open your wine bottle.
- Twist the cap of your VINO MIO and slowly pour the wine from the original packaging to the flexible portable wine bottle.
- Fill the bottle almost to the top, leaving about 10% empty.
- Seal the portable wine bottle and massage to remove unwanted air bubbles.
- Fill the remainder of the bottle.
- Twist tightly & enjoy anywhere you want!
Bring VINO MIO to any event where alcohol will be served. Pour your favorite drink into the wine bottle with a twist and take it with you to:
- Concerts & festivals
- Backyard barbecue
- Beach outings
- A day on the boat
Say goodbye to heavyweight glass bottles that weigh you down!
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