We've seen a lot of inventive wine paraphernalia lately. Between the vein-shaped wine carafe and the "my other half" connected wine glasses, we thought we had seen it all when it comes to completely unnecessary wine innovations. But of course, we hadn't. Meld wine glasses, which were "inspired by the interaction between glass and the human hand," are now on the market.
Meld wine glasses won't make your cheap wine taste better. They won't keep your white wine perfectly chilled. And they aren't in any way better than all of the ordinary wine glasses out there. It is, however, much more expensive than most wine glasses, setting you back $65 for a set of two. It is also made from hand-blown glass and will fit your hand like a "glass glove." It's the cinderella story of lushes across the country.
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