Eurostar’s new rules about carrying wine


Are you planning a journey on the Eurostar anytime soon? Go through the new rules about beverages in luggage before booking.

Photo for: Eurostar’s new rules about carrying wine

Time to bid adieu to the days where you could carry your favourite wines from France to reminisce your trip. Or if you’ve been grabbing a six-pack from Belgium to enjoy a pint at home, then it’s goodbye to that too.

Let's Connect

Let's Connect

Eurostar has officially banned passengers from carrying any spirits on board. The current allowance is one bottle of wine, and four cans of beer per passenger.  These rules are said to be designed to assure a “safe, happy, and healthy environment”. Everyone seems to be enraged over the new rule. 

"That's crazy. You mean I can no longer bring a six-pack of Belgian beer back home in my bag after a trip to Brussels? Is there a way to convince them to change?" wrote Will Roberts.

Maurits Wever said "That's a pity. We're going on holiday to the Scottish islands of Arran and Islay. We wanted to buy some local whiskies, but these aren't allowed on @Eurostar."

Mark Smith, Rail Expert and Founder of Seat61 "Eurostar has been around for over 20 years," he said. "Why is carrying alcohol now a problem? I don't believe society has changed that much.

Passengers who want to transport prohibited alcohol are advised to use the firm's luggage service, which charges a minimum fee of £30 per item.

Paris Wine CupParis Wine Cup will be assessed and judged by a leading panel of top-level wine buyers with current direct commercial buying responsibility. Or wine consultants and experts who are also directly involved in the development of new wine brands or buying wine for commercial resale.

Put your wines in front of them and get rated by Value, Quality, and Package.  

PWC Entry Process & Fees

Deadline For Submission Is Approaching Fast.

Leading wine brands from around the world now have an opportunity to grow their business and gain the attention of wine buyers, wine directors and influencers globally via the Beverage Trade Network Community.

Submit your wines in the 2020 Paris Wine Cup.

Give international exposure to your wine brand. Enter your wines before November 30 and Save.