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The Goverre Wine Cup is a portable wine glass that you can bring with you anywhere. It's stemless, thicker than a standard wine glass and covered with a silicone sleeve, which makes it less likely to be spilled or broken than a standard glass. However, it's made of real glass, not plastic, so it's eco-friendly and won't alter the taste of your wine. This leak-resistant, shatter-resistant sipping cup comes in nine different shades, including hot pink, orange and yellow.
To begin using this glass, pop the lid off of it by pressing your thumb into one of the lid's two indentations ( one on each side ).
Once your glass's lid is off, you can then pour any wine inside to fill it up. If you don't drink wine, feel free to pour in an alternative beverage—it'll hold virtually anything.
After your wine or alternative beverage is in your glass, you can simply start drinking out of the glass without the lid, if you choose. However, there are a couple of other options. You can press the lid back on and turn the knob to the left to sip through the lid, or turn the knob to the right to seal it completely for your enjoyment later.
The Goverre Wine Cup is quite an eco-friendly product, as the glass used to create each one has been made from sustainable raw materials. Aside from the silicone sleeve wrapped around each, there's no plastic within these wine glasses. With glass material, you can rest assured that the taste of your wine will be preserved, as plastic tends to alter it while glass does not.
Each of these glasses will hold 17 ounces of wine, while a standard serving of wine totals only four or five ounces. Therefore, if you'll be heading out for a few hours and think you'll need more than one serving, you can bring along about three.
Not only does the silicone sleeve that comes wrapped around each of these glasses make them more colorful, it also makes them more durable and resistant to breakage. Plus, the sleeve will help prevent heat transfer, so your wine won't get boiling hot on a warm summer's day, and it'll offer you a non-slip hand grip.
Each Goverre Wine Cup is free of both lead and phthalates, two substances sometimes found in plastic products that are potentially harmful to human health.
These wine glasses have been deemed dishwasher safe, although you should make sure you put yours on the top rack and keep the silicone sleeve on each while it's being washed.
These glasses come in nine different shades, including yellow, green, orange, hot pink, turquoise, peach, lavender, grey and purple. If you get more than one for your household, it's best to get them in different colors so everyone who's using one will know exactly which one is theirs.
The Goverre Wine Cup isn't just for wine, so if you want to fill yours with water, lemonade, soda, juice or even beer before you head out somewhere, you can certainly do so. As with wine, the glass material will preserve the taste of other flavored drinks, too.
If you do decide to use one of these cups for alcohol, they don't look like they're specifically designed for beer or wine, so no one will know you're indulging unless you tell them. You'll be able to walk down the street or sip on your porch without your neighbours knowing that you're having a special liquid treat.
It's often inconvenient to take fragile, stemmed wine glasses on a boat, to a cottage, to a backyard party or anywhere where drinking and outdoor activities may be involved. Fortunately, the Goverre Wine Cup is more durable than a standard wine glass, so you'll likely be able to run, dance and play around on your outing without worrying about breaking yours.
Although these particular glasses are shatter-resistant and leak-resistant, they're not shatter proof or leak proof. They'll stand some wear and tear, but if you smash yours on the ground or against a wall deliberately, it likely will shatter. Along the same lines, you likely will experience some leakage from your glass if you hold it directly upside down.
You can take your wine outside your home in a plastic sipping cup, but as mentioned, the plastic might alter the taste of your wine for the worse. Moreover, plastic cups tend to hold less liquid than the Goverre Wine Cup does.
Alternatively, you could choose to carry your wine in a water bottle, but these are commonly made of plastic or metal, so they could alter the taste of your beverage, too. If your bottle is clear, you won't be able to be discreet about drinking wine in public, either.
Some people choose to transport wine outside the home in a full glass bottle, but a major downside to this is that the bottle could break, leaving you with absolutely no wine. What's more, this isn't a discreet option, and half-drank bottles of alcohol often aren't allowed in public transportation vehicles.
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