The Easiest Way to Bring Your Wine Outside

These 10 products are your secret to summer sippin’.

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July 12, 2019
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We all know the struggle — you want to sip on your favorite glass of rosé while laying at the pool, on a picnic or hiking in the mountains, but your current wine glasses are definitely not outdoor friendly. Never worry about breakable glassware again with these products meant to withstand the great outdoors. From insulated, stemless glasses to ones that practically float above the ground, we've got every summer activity covered.

From Amazon

BUY IT: Amazon, $24.95

This smooth and sleek stemless wine glass can hold the same amount as a standard 8-12 ounce glass without the hassle of spillage and breakage. It’s all thanks to the slip-proof silicone bottom and shatter-proof lid. Corkcicle’s cups are also insulated to keep drinks hot for up to three hours and cold for up to nine, so you can sip outside all day long. Best of all, there are tons of colors and designs to choose from.

From Amazon

BUY IT: Amazon, $19.95

In addition to their chic stemless glasses, Corkcicle also makes flute glasses for that sweet serving of bubbly, which also come with easy-grip flat sides and the same slip-proof silicone bottom. These also come in an array of color options.

BUY IT: Bed, Bath & Beyond, $34.99

Perfect for taking on the go, the Rabbit Wine thermos can hold most standard bottles of wine. This vacuum sealed cooler keeps your beverage at the perfect temperature for up to 24 hours. It also has an easy-pour spout and the chiller’s lid can be used as a cup.

BUY IT: Williams-Sonoma, $39.95

Tell all your friends — frozen drinks can now be made without ice! But how is that even possible? The Rabbit Freezable Cocktail Maker. Simply fill the silicone base with ingredients, such as tequila and lime juice, or rosé, and freeze overnight. The next day, just squeeze the sides of the maker until the frozen ingredients breaks down and pour out in slushy form.

From Amazon

BUY IT: Amazon, $7.98

The name of this product may be a mouthful, but it’s actually extremely simple to use. Just fill it with ice and drop in your wine bottle. Sturdy loop handles make the bag strong and durable. Think of this as a portable, convenient ice bucket that’s easy to travel with!

From Amazon

BUY IT: Amazon, $22.99

These funky looking glasses are made to be used on the beach or in the pool — or basically anywhere that you risk turning your wine into a mixture of sand, seashells or other liquids. The ball and stem design keeps the glasses perched upright in the sand or grass. Now this is what dreams are made of!

From Target

BUY IT: Target, $9.69

This lightweight cooler acts as a sleeve for any standard size bottle of wine that needs some quick chilling. Just folds it up flat – it’s so compact! – and store it in the freezer for six hours or more. Then, slide your frozen sleeve over your bottle and it can chill your wine within five minutes. Amazing!

From Wine2Go

BUY IT: Wine2Go, $12.99

When you’re looking to bring the fun of a drink outside but want something light and foldable, this is what you need. The Wine2Go pouch fits a standard bottle of wine and can be reused again and again. When you’ve sipped through it all, simply fold away. With so many fun colors and patterns to choose from, you can’t not love it.

BUY IT: UncommonGoods, $25

Some people like their wine colder than others, but you just can’t make it the perfect temperature for everyone. Or can you? With these stainless-steel orbs that are stored in the freezer, you can enjoy your wine just how you like it. The difference between these pearls and ice cubes? These orbs won’t water down your drink!

BUY IT: UncommonGoods, $75

A lot of boxed wines can fill more glasses than a regular sized bottle, but they’re usually a huge pain to serve. How do you even begin to make a cardboard box look elegant? This linen bag allows you to transfer your favorite boxed wines and bring them with you wherever. It can hang off its optional stand (or the nearest branch), and we can undoubtedly say that wine in a bag never looked so good.

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