You can now buy a 'Prosecco purse' with six bottles of bubbly so you can always sip on-the-go

You can now buy a 'Prosecco purse' with six bottles of bubbly so you can always sip on-the-go

Now that summer is here and the temperatures are soaring, it's the perfect time to indulge in picnics, barbecues, and trips to the park. Indeed, one of the best things about these kinds of experiences is that they can involve a little tipple at the same time, and for many people, Prosecco is the best drink out there.

Okay, so maybe it's not an expensive vintage, but if we're honest it tastes just as good and gives you a certain class that a bottle of beer just can't quite manage. The only trouble is, transporting all those heavy bottles can be quite difficult; especially if you're dealing with more than one.

Which is a why a certain Prosecco manufacturer has come up with an inspired solution, which you can purchase for a low price with some drinks thrown in for free.

What am I talking about? Why, this Prosecco purse, which comes with six bottles of bubbly of course!

An image of the Prosecco tote bag. Credit: Ruffino/Stickbaby

The Ruffino Prosecco Six-Pack purse, which was produced in partnership the Brooklyn-based clothing and accessories line Stickbaby, is a swanky-looking handbag filled with Prosecco! It's clear with a sleek wooden handle and branded with Ruffino's logo.

The winemaker has even been generous enough to throw in six 187-millilitre mini bottles of Ruffino Prosecco; approximately a bottle and a half of wine. It's waterproof, and can even be filled up with ice to keep your fizz nice and chilled.

As the product's item description states: "It’s six-pack season and The Ruffino Prosecco Six-Pack makes for the ultimate grab-and-go accessory. Bursting with the bright, fruity flavours of summer, Ruffino Prosecco pairs perfectly with sunny getaways and spontaneous picnics in the park."

This purse is currently available for pre-order now at But be warned, it'll cost ya a hefty $100, and won't ship until the week of July 8. Still, I think it's a decent investment, don't you?