The complimentary drink choices offered to business and first class cabin passengers usually include a variety of top notch wines.
Not so in coach. If you want wine, you pay for it. And the choices are never that exciting: red or white.
But where there’s a will there’s a way. And a wine… as Harris Meyer describes in a recent Crosscut blog post: How to drink your favorite wine on a plane.
The not technically-legal key: “take-out” from airport wine bars such as DFW’s La Bodega and Vino Volo (at close to a dozen airports), a TSA-approved corkscrew, and a couple of clean Starbucks cups.
You didn’t hear it from me.
(Courtesy Vino Volo)
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