Propose a Toast, Y’all!

Now these are a classy touch for your next wine tasting party. As an added plus, you could screw a lid on the top to prevent spills when things really get hopping. Would combining these with the Mason Jar Sippy Cup be just too much?

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Musically Tuned and Graduated Wineglasses

As a kid, I was fascinated by the musical wine/water glass trick, but adults usually reacted with annoyance or punishment.  Glad to see someone else enjoyed it enough to build upon the trick.

Wine and dine in perfect time! Get your next dinner party humming when you turn your sips into a symphony with these gilded glasses turned musical instruments. The etchings on the glasses are musical notations that correspond to the level of the liquid. When the user drinks to D for example, he or she may run a finger along the rim of the glass to create its …
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Party Plate and Wine Glass Combination

Perhaps a bit of a uni-tasker, but you have to admit it solves that one problem very elegantly.

Catering Set by KABO&PYDO

Utensils designed for banquets catering cocktail parties, where people stand, often change location and negotiate with others. Design a plate and two glasses (wine and water or juice). And a glass plate can hold in one hand. The second arm member is free, it may as easily as possible, to impose a snap, stick a fork or shake hands with the caller.

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WineHive – Stackable, Expandable Storage System

Although my stock of wine at any given time is usually pretty modest (I’m woefully prepared for a Wine Apocalypse), I love the modular, expandable design here.

The WineHive is made with just a single part, that repeats itself to form an infinite array of honeycomb structures. It can be customized to fit your growing bottle collection. A WineHive “pack” consists of 12 parts. It can form a 5 bottle wine rack (above), or combine with other packs to form larger configurations. The more packs you have, the more configurations you can make.

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Roll Up Hexagonal Wine Carrying Case

Even nicer than those two-pocket wine cases, this clever hexagonal design makes the most of space and even looks great and is functional when rolled out. With six bottles ready to deploy, you’ve got the making for a great party or tasting event.

It stores bottles horizontally at their best, open at one end and laid flat for a compact wine rack. It can be spread out flat on a work surface, shelf or kitchen table or hung vertically creating a space saving mural wine display unit. It comes in four colours: black, red, khaki and grey and it is …
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