Every wine lover needs a travel wine tumbler. We don’t make the rules. We just help you follow them by bringing you the best options out there. Sometimes our elegant glassware isn’t the right choice when we’re opening a bottle of wine.
With spring on the horizon, many of us will soon be sipping al fresco, and warmer temperatures mean we have to work harder to keep our wines chilled.
We’ve picked out our favorite wine tumblers to accompany you to the great outdoors or just to your couch.
We all know that wine has an ideal drinking temperature and for most white, rosé, sparkling, and even some reds, that temperature is chilly. With its double-walled, vacuum-insulated construction, the Iceberg Insulated Wine Tumbler ensures that you can sip at your own leisurely pace, and your wine will stay at its perfect drinking temperature. It has a secure, removable lid, which further insulates your drink and prevents spills, so this tumbler can come with you on all of your adventures (such as long hikes from the couch to the backyard).
The Cooler Than Cool Wine Glasses can handle even the hottest summer afternoon. The double-wall tumbler contains a proprietary gel that freezes and stays extra cold while drinking your white or rosé wine. The stemless cups have a silicone band for extra insulation to keep your hands from warming up your wine while also making the glass comfortable to hold.
For another eco-friendly option, these Recycled Wine Bottle Tumblers are giving new life to empty wine bottles that would otherwise go to waste. These durable tumblers are the perfect, upcycled option when you’re pouring a bottle of wine, serving up a rustic cocktail, or even if you’re searching for a unique set of water glasses. So go ahead and drink straight from the bottle.
If we could distill the essence of spring into a wine glass, it would be this tumbler. The Poppy Wine Tumbler features an adorable, eye-catching floral print that will be sure to impress at your next picnic. Not only will it keep your wine cool, but it also easily holds two and a half glasses of wine. So pour yourself a (generous) glass of your favorite Sauvignon Blanc or Beaujolais and kick back as spring approaches.