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I'm looking for a good quality wine glass. I'm willing to go to about £35 - £40 if needed. Anybody recommend anywhere to get one?

RnD194hd
1 month ago
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angemski
angemski1 month ago

You didn't state red or white and that price for one??? Drinking from a decent glass is my guilty pleasure, especially the 'open up' type. Look for Sommelier glasses. I know that Crosby's have a sale at the moment so well worth a look.

https://www.crosbys.co.uk/front-of-house-c1/glassware-c73/wine-glasses-c115/chef-sommelier-m9

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RnD194hd
RnD194hd
Original Poster
1 month ago

angemski clearly I'm quite ignorant when it comes to wine glasses, I didn't know there is was a difference. It's for a red wine drinker. Yes for 1 glass, it doesn't have to be that much, just a good quality glass. Just looked at the link you put, and noticed various sizes, what size would you recommend? I don't want a massive 1 nor a tiny 1. I'm not a wine drinker at all

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angemski
angemski1 month ago

RnD194hd Clearly your friend is to be impressed and way out of my league. 😆 I would be looking for six at that price. I like these but I think you really need to google specialist sommelier glassware to get a better option.

https://www.crosbys.co.uk/front-of-house-c1/glassware-c73/wine-glasses-c115/chef-sommelier-grands-cepages-vin-rouge-red-wine-glass-620ml-20-75oz-pack-of-6-p6694

There is also a discount code on the page - don't know if this will work on top of the sale but always worth a try!

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RnD194hd
RnD194hd
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1 month ago

angemski it's something that has been mentioned for a long time about owning a good wine glass. I had that figure based on nothing other than what I could afford to go to so maybe over shot the mark a little

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Username50108
Username501081 month ago

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RnD194hd
RnD194hd
Original Poster
1 month ago

Dilligaf I thought that, but a lot of engraved glasses are made of cheap glass. It's a quality glass I'm after rather than been personalised

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Username50108
Username501081 month ago

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Johnny
Johnny1 month ago

Dilligaf With Portmeiron check the description small print carefully to find out where the product was actually manufactured.

Loads of product is no longer manufactured in the UK and the quality is not as good as it once was. If you buy, check the product carefully for flaws before gifting.

I had to return 6 wine glasses as every single one was faulty in some way. Portmeiron customer service didn’t seem to be at all surprised. So much for quality control!

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Username50108
Username501081 month ago

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Johnny
Johnny1 month ago

Dilligaf I think that’s the answer

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Username50108
Username501081 month ago

RnD194hd I got given some lovely ones and high quality will look at name when I get back

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MeestairChrees
MeestairChrees1 month ago

That's an expensive wine glass! I'd want a cupboard full of them for that price!

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KirsteyJames
KirsteyJames1 month ago

Wow! I thought i was paying over the odds when i had a personalised photo mug for £9 🤣 i had my wine glasses in the poundshop 🙊

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