Having a party, but due to many broken glasses over time, struggling to get a good set of matching glasses? Well, “give in” to the mix and match and embrace it. This can be a fun opportunity to have a multitude of glass sizes, shapes and designs available with three distinct advantages:

  1. People can pick their own glass for their own wine choice (no wrong decision here)
  2. With an assortment of glasses there will very likely be glasses easily suited for red, white or both and be fun!
  3. Everyone can remember their own glass selection (none of those wine charms needed). Try wine in various type glasses and see if they make a difference to you.

Try the same wine in different glasses. Create a fun wine “parlor” event to experience and embrace the moment when yet another glass drops to the floor in a shattering mess. (BTW - don't forget to grab a Silvadore Wine Stain Remover to help manage the wine splash).

Cheers.


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