GSI Outdoors Soft Sided Wine Carafe - 750ml

Priced: $9.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
GSI Outdoors Soft Sided Wine Carafe - 750ml
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Transport your favorite wine deep into the backcountry with the GSI Outdoors Soft Sided wine carafe.



  • 2-stage cap opens wide to make filling the bag simple; the smaller second opening lets you pour without splashing


  • Date bar on the back lets you record the type of wine and the uncorking date
  • GSI Outdoors Soft Sided wine carafe holds 750ml
  • Soft-sided carafe is lighter than a glass wine bottle, and you won't have to worry about breaking it
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BPA free:Yes
Bottle opening:Narrow
Dimensions:11.5 x 6 x 1.4 inches
Fits in cup holder:No
Liquid capacity (L):0.75 liters
Liquid capacity (fl. oz.):25.4 fluid ounces
Water bottle cap type:Screw cap
Water bottle material:Soft plastic
Weight:1.3 ounces

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GSI Outdoors Soft Sided Wine Carafe - 750ml Review:


Nothing better than some wine

Any decent wine comes in a glass container, which is heavy and not the most convenient thing to pack out as it takes up space and STILL is heavy when empty. This little guy is great on weekend trips. Take your favorite wine and fill it in this container and enjoy the evening. This is also a great container if you're enjoying any city type event which allows wine but not glass. This container has a two part opening. There is a large opening for filling, which is easier if you have some type of funnel. Make sure you close this super tight, because the smaller nozzle opening for consumption can be harder to open. I've found that the best thing to do is full the wine bag, close the big closure very tight, as tight as possible, then close the small serving nozzle hand tight. That way, when you want to enjoy the wine, a hand opening doesn't open both. I know it sounds confusing but it will make more sense with the container before you. Sure, you can put wine in the smoked Nalgene containers, but this container can be rolled up to nothing when done, which doesn't occupy pack room. And it's easier to have a dedicated wine container.
wblakecannon at REI on 09/09/2013