Call me a wine snob if you will (and you should because I totally am) but I have a feeling that this may not be the best glass of wine I've ever tasted:
According to our old friend Matt over at Crave, the inventor of this disposable stemware actually took it on a show dedicated to finding cool new products, and it was rejected. The joke’s on them; they’re blowing up over in the UK. At £2.25 a glass (~$3.40) they’re not exactly cost effective, but neither is buying a Rainier for $4 at a bar downtown — why do I do that?Now I'm all about convenience, recycling and drinking vino but I can say with almost total certainty that I'll never partake of this product. Why? Because wine already comes in a disposable single serving size: it's called a bottle. Don't open it if you're not gonna finish it.
And cost aside, the real advantage is in the simple fact that it’s sealed and good to go. The foil top is like a yogurt container’s, keeping your wine fresh and your legal status legit. No need for unsightly paper bags! Just wait till the fuzz goes by, pop the top, and enjoy a nice glass of… Le Froglet?! What kind of name for a wine is that?