If you are a fan of the great outdoors you'll appreciate these nifty silicone wine glasses. They are unbreakable, bendable and lightweight - perfect for a camping trip or picnic.
These nature-friendly silicone wine glasses can hold up to 220 ml (almost a full cup) of wine. Their unique design captures aromas so you can still get a nice bouquet from your pinot noir.
Also, they can withstand temperatures of -4 to 390°F (-20 to 200°C) so they may also be used to hold warm beverages. Mulled wine, anyone?
Interested in picking up a pair? These cool silicone wine glasses retail for $26.95 a piece and you can purchase them here.
If silicone glassware isn't your thing but you'd still like to enjoy vino al fresco we recommend the Pointer wine glass, which is outfitted with a metal spike instead of a stem so you can stick it anywhere.
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