Canvas Wine Tote
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This durable canvas tote—in an exclusive color combination (a stone-gray exterior and a natural canvas interior) for Food52 from cookbook author Heidi Swanson and àplat—will keep as many as two bottles of red, white, or rosé safe en route from the store to the party, or one bottle of wine with room to slip in some bread and cheese, too. The lean tote keeps a bottle snug, and the adjustable straps let you carry the bag from the top, as a traditional tote, or slung over your shoulder.
Photography by Rocky Luten and James Ransom
Details & Materials -
San Francisco, California
Organic cotton canvas
8” wide x 14” tall when flat; large enough to hold two bottles of wine; straps are 22” long
Care & Notes -
Hand wash or machine wash in cold water and hang to dry. Iron if needed.
Meet the Maker
San Francisco, CA
For a young company—the designer Shujan Bertrand opened its doors in San Francisco in November 2014—àplat has made a lasting name for itself both in its city and across state lines thanks to its beautiful craft and its thoughtful and sustainable sourcing of materials. àplat’s sturdy, simple, and clever canvas bags are ideal for keeping your goods safe en route.View Full Profile
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