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Old 10-06-2015, 10:56 PM   #43
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Pour from the bottle
Raise your glass
Say "here's to you"
And drink it yourself
Any glass will do, but put your pinky out when you guzzle. Wouldn't want to forget your Emily Post!
Eh?
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Plastic wine glasses? I think not.
That's what my DW said!!!!!!!!!!!!! UGGG!
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1. Buy six pack of beer.
2. Drink all of the beer.
3. If you still want some wine, go to step 4.
4. Insert wine glasses into the now empty six pack.

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Old 10-09-2015, 07:17 PM   #46
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I mounted a hang by the stem wine rack in a cabinet and use plastic netting to keep them from clinking together. A piece of foam inserted in the ends keeps them from sliding out.




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Old 10-09-2015, 07:35 PM   #47
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We set up a glass and mug drawer. We used thick cardboard and set up squares that the glasses go into. Never have to pack, glasses are already there. No issues in 2 years.
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Old 10-09-2015, 07:53 PM   #48
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Wine? I prefer Jose Cuervo brand with salt on the rim. Red Solo cup would work just fine.
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Old 10-09-2015, 10:01 PM   #49
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I saw a home made wine glass holder for RVs. Drill large holes in a 2 by 4 so wine glasses fit upside down in the large hole.

BTW. Sorry I can't drink wine from a plastic or paper cup. When we break them we just buy more.
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Only glass, only Riedel, yes I can tell the difference, but it's my business. Had a rack made to hold the glasses, no breakage in the rack. We do break them, more than at home, I suppose they will keep making them.


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Plastic?? Lets refer to them as Acrylic.........
Now if you would like to talk about wine sometime............Maybe a fire?
Chrystal or China or Fine glass does not change the taste of the wine.......the only thing all 3 of them do for sure .........is break.
So you think drinking a $100 bottle of wine in a plastic glass tastes the same? 😊
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So you think drinking a $100 bottle of wine in a plastic glass tastes the same? 😊

By the second glass, nothing matters.
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By the second glass, nothing matters.
Although we kid about it acually the shape of the glass is important while drinking wine. The nose or aroma of the wine is important.
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Although we kid about it acually the shape of the glass is important while drinking wine. The nose or aroma of the wine is important.

I did the tasting parties with the "nose" and "legs" and "finish" for many years. Enjoyed it. Now it's all about the finish.
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