While traditional crystal stemware may be the norm at the dinner table or in restaurants, sometimes it’s fun to step outside the box. We have a variety of different vessels to help you get your wine groove on.
RSVP Stainless Steel Stemless wine glass, $11.99 each
Great for outdoor use, while it keeps both reds and whites at the right temperature longer than glass or crystal.
Lifefactory Stemless Wine Glasses, $39.99 set of 4
Silicone wrapped wine glasses that protect against that clumsy friend who always breaks one. I'm looking at you, Dave...
Hydroflask Wine Tumblers $29.99 each
The worry-free lip eliminates drips (think adult beverage sippy cup), while TempShield™ insulation keeps wine at the perfect temperature. The durable 18/8 Pro-Grade Stainless Steel construction won't retain or transfer flavors.
But, if you're not a "step-outside-the-box-kind-of person", there's always Spiegelau!
In the end, nothing beats crystal for serving a glass of fine wine. After all, part of the pleasure is in the color and clarity of the wine. We proudly sell Spiegelau stemware, billed as “The Class of the Glass.” Whether it’s red, white, sparkling wine, or spirits, Spiegelau offers high quality crystal, dishwasher safe glass, with a high breakage resistance, in several different styles and sizes.
Sometimes we bring in some great wines that get lost in the shuffle. Here are a few little gems that you might have overlooked:
2013 Silverado Sangiovese, $24
A blend of 90 percent Sangiovese and 10 percent Cabernet Sauvignon, it offers blackberry aromas layered with white pepper and cherry, backed by perfectly balanced bright fruit flavors.
2016 Refugio Pinot Noir, $22
This Pinot has a beautiful ruby red color and a perfumed nose of cherry, violets and raspberry. On the palate, the pure fruit flavors join a lively mouth feel with well-balanced acidity. Probably the best vintage of this Pinot to date, it is so pretty and delicious that you can even drink it without food if you want. Scored 93 points in the Wine Advocate
2016 Tamber Bey Unoaked Chardonnay, $24
“Offering up pineapple, pink grapefruit and pomelo on the nose with touches of crushed stones, white pepper and yuzu zest. Medium to full-bodied and intense, with some sulfides on the palate and a racy acid line, finishing long and minerally.” 91 points, Wine Advocate