Before she carried the Pilgrims to America in 1620, the Mayflower had gone on many voyages transporting goods between England and continental Europe. Woolens crossed the channel to France, and on the return trip, French wine filled the hold. Taking wine with you – whether on a square-rigged sailing ship, or in this handy canvas bag – is (practically) always a good idea.This bag has room to carry two of your favorite bottles. Straps secure each bottle in place; a comfortable leather handle tops the sturdy waxed canvas tote. Whether you’re crossing the channel on a misty 17th-century morning for a meeting with merchants in London, or just crossing town to meet a friend, this is the perfect accessory.