Best value all purpose wine glass
For drinking reds and whites. What's the best bang for your buck?
These are what I use as well. Bought a box of 6 probably four years ago, still have 5 remaining. Good news is that they are still being made, and thus replacements are available.
Even better, they are priced in or around the mid-$30s for the six, or at least were when I bought them.
But I never wash them in a dishwasher - by hand only.
Highly recommended for red or white wine.
A Tulip shape glass will be enough for most wine, including sparkling.
When alone, I mostly use a "tasting" (INAO type) glass, and when with people, I have a "larger" INAO type glass.
Anything that is crystal at the Outlet Mall on I-95 in Vero, Florida. Breakage requires periodic replenishment.
Whatever you chose it makes sense also to have a dozen Paris Goblets for everyday use:
We lose a couple a month to clumsy youngsters or the dishwasher, but who cares, they're only about 50c each.
This is worth a look:
It's what we have for guests, and thanks to our Paris Goblet policy not a single piece has been lost in 23 years. It wouldn't have been madly expensive, and as it's only 24% lead crystal it can be dishwahed if you like.