Guest Picks: When "Wining" is Allowed
— Chris from Mele Cotte
The different patterns fit my every mood and the various wines we love.
Stemless glasses are distinctive. They make me want to find an over-sized leather chair to sink into as I sip on my wine.
An interesting little tumbler. Who needs the stem of the glass when there are thumb and finger indentations?
I like these for a relaxing, no-pressure evening with friends. The mix-and-match pattern blends in with my sometimes scattered self.
One of my most memorable moments is traveling with my mother to Capri and Sorrento, Italy. We experienced the beauty of the Blue Grotto and soaking in the island's natural beauty. The colors in these stems remind me of the different moments of that trip.
I love a glass that has multiple personalities. Is it for wine or dessert? Who am I kidding — does it really matter? They're cute either way.
Handblown classes often have slightly differences and are a great conversation starter.
Amethyst exudes warmth, which will flow from the bowl of the glass into the crowd.
I am not sure why I am intrigued by these glasses. Their futuristic, alien-like look keeps my attention.
At first glance, these port sippers reminded me of an old-school weatherball barometer. Filling them with wine is much more appealing than that blue liquid.
My head is in the clouds. The celestial essence is calming.
These futuristic bubble glasses will also work beautifully for a mousse or parfait.
Two in one glasses — wine and shots all around!
The sea stone stem ignites memories of traveling to Gloucester, Massacusetts for a day of leisure.
Every party needs a shatterproof glass, right?
Scantily clad? If the wine doesn't loosen someone up, the glass might.
Pay tribute to your favorite photographer with tripod wine glasses.
Everyone drinking beer and don't want to be left out? This glass has it covered.
Who needs a red Solo cup when you can have a Plastic Cup Wine Glass?
This Petit Coeur brings heart to a dinner. It's not like anything I have ever seen before.