Food Network™ Mendocino 4-pc. Crystal Red Wine Glass Set

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Savor all your favorite reds in these Food Network Mendocino wine glasses.

Why We Love It:

  • Handcrafted lead-free European crystal.
  • Perfect for entertaining or everyday.
  • Dishwasher-safe.

What's Included:

  • Four 19 1/2-oz. red wine glasses

Product Construction & Care:

  • Glass
  • Dishwasher safe

What The Pros Know:

  • These high-quality, high-clarity glasses blend brilliance and strength. Bring crystal to your table every day and make any occassion a special one.
  • The shape of a wine glass helps to unlock the flavors and aromas of your wine. Red wine glasses are usually balloon-shaped, to expose as much of the surface area as possible to oxygen, while white wine glasses are usually tapered, to help point the delicate aromas towards your nose while you sip.
  • To get the most flavor from your wine, fill the glass 1/3 full and swirl the glass to let the wine breathe. The easiest way to swirl a wine glass without ruining your shirt: hold the wine glass by the stem, the way you would hold a pencil, and pretend you're drawing circles on the tablecloth.

Our hassle-free return policy means worry-free shopping.

  • Return any item, anytime, for any reason.
  • No receipt? No problem. We'll take care of you.
  • Yes, you can return it in store (even if you bought it online!).

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Rated 5 out of 5 by Just what I was looking for These are beautiful wine glasses. I actually prefer red wine glasses for my white wine because I like the fullness of the glass. They are light and beautiful! 12/13/2013
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