Wine2go portable wine bags: The life of the (pool) party

Wine2Go Plastic Wine Bottles and portable wine bags | Cool Mom Picks

Our neighborhood pool has a strict no-glass policy, which is why I’m excited about the portable wine bags from Wine2Go. I get that glass, concrete and bare feet are a dangerous mix, but relaxing by a moonlit pool after a long day while my kids swim just feels like a nice time to have a glass of Sauvignon Blanc and this is a better way to do it than you might think.


Flask2Go portable wine bag flasks | Cool Mom Picks
The plastic Wine2Go container holds a full bottle of wine, while the Flask2Go portable wine bag each holds 8 ounces, or 5 shots, of liquor. Not that I recommend slamming Jager shots at the PTA meeting, but maybe it’s a Father’s Day gift for the camping enthusiast?

The extra-wide mouth makes it fairly easy to fill up, although I will admit a few drops hit the counter when I tried it out so don’t use it for your prized Montrachet. That said, Wine2Go promises zero taste transfer from their BPA-free plastic to your wine. I’m no sommelier, but the wine tasted terrific to me. When the “bottle” or flask is empty, you can just roll it up and stick i

t back in your bag. It cleans easily with warm water, although it lays so flat that I had a hard time getting the inside to dry completely. At least it’s anti-microbial so no worries about mold.

Wine2Go Portable wine bag | Cool Mom Picks

Wine2Go bottles and flasks are definitely a niche item for special outdoor occasions, especially where glass containers may not be allowed. Kind of nice that I can still enjoy a decent glass of wine without the indignity of having to smuggle it a whole bottle with my kids’ goggles and diving toys. Not that I know anything about that.

You can order the plastic Wine2Go bottles for $12 each, and Flask2Go portable wine bags are two for $9.99 at