The inspiration for the Meld Line wine glass is the idea of trying bring a closer connection between the interaction of the glass and the human hand.
The bottom of the glass is imprinted with the perfect mould for fingers allowing the user to delicately balance the glass in their hand.
It's created by the Muzz Design team from Istanbul and is available to purchase on Vespoe.com.
The makers says that the wine moves perfectly in the glass which will allow the great notes and flavors of the wine to be released better.
We like the idea and it does seem like a comfortable way to hold wine.
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