Rich smooth reds. Crisp refreshing whites. Bright flavorful rosés. Wine complements every occasion. Sometimes called a wine growler, the VINE holds a full 750 ml wine bottle and is the perfect travel companion for a beach party to a dinner party, freeing you from carrying a breakable glass bottle or pouring wine from a cardboard box. EcoVessel’s signature TriMax® Triple insulation Technology keeps your wine at just the right temperature for hours, ensuring your first sip will be as satisfying as your last. Enjoy your drink the way it was intended – any wine, any time, any where. Treat yourself to this sleek, sophisticated bottle or fill it with someone’s favorite wine. With it’s sophisticated packaging and included funnel and brush, the Vine makes for a uniquely special gift.
- TriMax Triple Insulation Technology maintains ideal temperature for 36 hours
- Premium 18/8 stainless steel, BPA and liner free, maintains true taste of wine
- Secure, leakproof top
- Filling funnel and cleaning brush included
- 3 inches wide x 12.25 inches high
- 25 fl. oz./750mL
We create premium hydration vessels and food containers that maintain the optimal temperature while reducing dependence on single use plastics. Product ideas and inspiration come from our dedicated staff and our loyal customer base.
EcoVessel is based in Boulder, Colorado at the base of the Rocky Mountains. Jon Fox started EcoVessel in 2009 in response to the safety and environmental concerns that arose from the use of plastic water bottles. After realizing the lack of quality reusable bottle options available for him and his family, EcoVessel was formed. Innovation and creativity have been part of our DNA since the beginning and our signature TriMax™ triple insulated hydration vessels have been independently tested to outperform our competitors
Our vessels and food containers are made of high quality, non-leaching materials and are designed for style, performance, and convenience. You can find our products in over 20 countries and on every continent (does Antarctica really count?)