This Prosecco Purse Comes With A Six-Pack Of Bubbly, So You Can Sip On The Go

Never leave home without it.

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Forget all of those summer bags (opens in new tab) you just bought (just for a moment!), because this Ruffino Prosecco Six-Pack purse (opens in new tab) is the only one you need to sip through the warm weather.

The bubbly brand partnered with Stickbaby (opens in new tab), a Brooklyn-based clothing and accessories label. The result? An adorable handbag filled with prosecco! What could be better? Well, it does get better, because the bag is clear with a sleek wooden handle. So you’ll totally be in style this summer (opens in new tab) and people will be jealous when they see what’s inside.

Each bag comes with six 187-milliliter mini bottles of Ruffino Prosecco, which comes to about a bottle and a half of wine. It guarantees you’ll never be left without a boozy sip on hand.

“It’s six pack season and The Ruffino Prosecco Six-Pack makes for the ultimate grab-and-go accessory,” the description says. “Bursting with the bright, fruity flavors of summer, Ruffino Prosecco pairs perfectly with sunny getaways and spontaneous picnics in the park.”

If you’re planning to bring the bag outdoors, you’ll be happy to know that the bag is waterproof — so you can fill the bag with ice, meaning your prosecco will be nice and chilled by the time you hit your destination.

Dying to get your hands on a Ruffino Prosecco Six-Pack purse? It’s available for pre-order now at ReserveBar.com (opens in new tab) for $100, and it will ship the week of July 8. OK, summer, you can officially start now.

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As the senior editor of social and social news, Caitlyn covers the tastiest, coolest, and strangest products for BestProducts.com, and she is the lead of social strategy for Popular MechanicsRunner's World, and Bicycling Magazine; her work has also appeared in POPSUGAR, InStyleStylecaster, among others. In her free time (if there is such a thing), she’s probably watching reality TV, planning her wedding, or cuddling with her dog, Waffle. She is a Wawa-loving Jersey girl who went to Monmouth University for communication, journalism, and interactive media.