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Old 05-07-2014, 07:29 PM   #15
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We also have the lucite, unbreakable wine glass where the base and stem unscrew and snap over the top of the glass bowl for travel. We actually try to eliminate glass from the MH wherever possible. Boxed wine travels better, too. \ken
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We just put them back in the box they were in when we bought them. Lasted over 2 years so far...
X2. coach breakage =0 concrete patio breakage, more than zero!!
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We keep the wine glasses upside down in the cupboard with other glasses and coffee cups. With non skied Matt from Walmart under all. Never a broken glass in two years and 14 years in the fiver. The wine rides in the wine cellar in case boxes with the cardboard dividers from a liquor store. Works great. If we didn't have Koni shocks we would need plastic glasses also. Wine glasses are so cheap at Walmart, who wants to drink out of plastic. The only way we break them is by dropping them or something.
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They sell fancy hard shell travel cases (much like the one SarahW linked to) for 1 or more bottles, 2-4 glasses and cork puller (don't forget the aerator!) for a reasonable price. I'm told they work good for tailgaters too....
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We just use the plastic stemless wine glasses. Easy to store, but still feel nice to hold and drink from. I do use ceramic mugs for the coffee. I store them on a non skid mat and then put a layer of bubble wrap between them for travel , mostly so they don't clink around!
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Like mine in the cupholder by my drivers seat. Just kidding
no your not.
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Best method to store wine glasses for travel

I like the long straws to reach the bottom of the boxes. Too funny.
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Best method to store wine glasses for travel

We no longer attend nor conduct cotillions and such.
Why have the special glasses if you dont have the rest of the accoutrements?

Or is it all about the celebratory "clink"?
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Same here!
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Why have the special glasses if you dont have the rest of the accoutrements?

Or is it all about the celebratory "clink"?

X2 .... ... but you don't even need to be wearing socks for an occasional Mint Julip.
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X2 .... ... but you don't even need to be wearing socks for an occasional Mint Julip.

True. True.
And a mint julip goes quite well in a plastic hurricane glass.
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Why have the special glasses if you dont have the rest of the accoutrements?

Or is it all about the celebratory "clink"?
Strictly personal preference, my good man. I drink my beer from a bottle; I don't like canned beer. (Though I will drink canned if that's all you've got. )
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Strictly personal preference, my good man. I drink my beer from a bottle; I don't like canned beer. (Though I will drink canned if that's all you've got. )

I hear ya! Good to be bottle fed.
A beer bottle can clink.
So can bourbon in a shot glass!
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