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Stemware Wine Glass

  • $24
    We've designed our classic wineglasses to be utilitarian yet beautiful, so they're great for both casual entertaining and everyday use. This well-priced European stemware is made of sparkling lead-free crystal for a timeless look with exceptional durability. The size and shape of the bowls make these versatile glasses perfect for serving all your favorite white wines. Part of our Open Kitchen collection, developed exclusively for Williams-Sonoma. Made in Germany of lead-free crystal. Dishwasher safe.
  • $39.95
    Since 1956, innovation, quality and craftsmanship have been part of the Williams-Sonoma legacy. We're proud to bring you these elegant Cabernet glasses from our signature stemware collection, designed in-house in collaboration with expert sommeliers, winemakers and chefs. Each piece is masterfully mouth-blown of clear, lead-free glass with a unique bowl shape designed specifically to concentrate the aromatic compounds in Cabernet Sauvignon and red Bordeaux.
  • $72
    The ultimate stemware for casual entertaining and everyday sipping, these beautiful, extremely durable glasses will maintain their sparkling clarity through years of daily use. Schott Zwiesel, a German company known for glassware innovation since 1872, creates the break-, chip- and scratch-resistant stemware using patented Tritan titanium technology. Each glass features a varietal-specific bowl designed to showcase the bouquet and flavor of Bordeaux and other full-bodied red wines.
  • $39.95
    Since 1956, innovation, quality and craftsmanship have been part of the Williams-Sonoma legacy. We're proud to bring you these elegant Sauvignon Blanc glasses from our signature stemware collection, designed in-house in collaboration with leading sommeliers, winemakers and chefs. Each piece is masterfully mouth-blown with a unique bowl shape designed specifically to release the aromatic compounds in Sauvignon Blanc and other crisp white wines and ross.
  • $24
    We've designed our classic wine glasses to be utilitarian yet beautiful, so they're great for both casual entertaining and everyday use. This well-priced European stemware is made of sparkling lead-free crystal for a timeless look with exceptional durability. The size and shape of the bowls make these versatile glasses perfect for serving all your favorite red wines. Part of our Open Kitchen collection, developed exclusively for Williams-Sonoma. Made in Germany of lead-free crystal. Dishwasher safe.
  • $39.95
    Since 1956, innovation, quality and craftsmanship have been part of the Williams-Sonoma legacy. We're proud to bring you these elegant Chardonnay glasses from our signature stemware collection, designed in-house in collaboration with expert sommeliers, winemakers and chefs. Each piece is masterfully mouth-blown of clear, lead-free glass with a unique bowl shape designed specifically to release a broad range of aromas from Chardonnay and full-bodied white wines.
  • $72
    The ultimate stemware for casual entertaining and everyday sipping, these beautiful, extremely durable glasses will maintain their sparkling clarity through years of daily use. Schott Zwiesel, a German company known for glassware innovation since 1872, creates the break-, chip- and scratch-resistant stemware using patented Tritan titanium technology. Each glass features a varietal-specific bowl designed to showcase the bouquet and flavor of Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and other light white wines.
  • $90
    Perfect for elegant entertaining, these innovative glasses combine the beauty of artisanal crystal with unsurpassed durability. Schott Zwiesel, a German company known for glassware innovation since 1872, creates the break-, chip- and scratch-resistant stemware using patented Tritan titanium technology.
  • $90
    Perfect for elegant entertaining, these innovative glasses combine the beauty of artisanal crystal with unsurpassed durability. Schott Zwiesel, a German company known for glassware innovation since 1872, creates the break-, chip- and scratch-resistant stemware using patented Tritan titanium technology.
  • $68
    Celebrating the artistry of glassmaking pioneer Claus Riedel, these graceful water goblets are inspired by his award-winning Exquisit stemware from the mid-20th century. Made in Germany using Riedels proprietary machine-blown technology, the 24% lead-crystal glassware makes a perfect companion for Exquisit wineglasses. Dishwasher safe. 14.7-oz. cap.; 9 1/4" high. Set of two.
  • $55$65
    Sleek and graceful, this contemporary Waterford stemware pattern lends elegance and sparkle to any table setting classic to modern and casual to formal. Hand cut in a brushstroke pattern, the fully leaded crystal should be hand washed only to maintain its sparkle and clarity. Carrying on the companys tradition of producing fine crystal since 1783, Waterfords master artisans hand blow and cut each glass before etching it with the Waterford seahorse logo, adapted from the Waterford City coat of arms.
  • $75$85
    Extended faceted stems give Waterford's signature crystal design a sleek, contemporary look. The straight-sided bowls with elaborate diamond and wedge cuts reflect the original design, which was inspired by Ireland's spectacular Lismore Castle. This glass in particular is elevated to the extraordinary with hand-painted rims in platinum. Waterford's master artisans hand blow and cut each glass before etching it with the Waterford sea horse logo, adapted from the Waterford City coat of arms.
  • $75$85
    Extended faceted stems give Waterford's signature crystal design a sleek, contemporary look. The straight-sided bowls with elaborate diamond and wedge cuts reflect the original design, which was inspired by Ireland's spectacular Lismore Castle. Waterford's master artisans hand blow and cut each glass before etching it with the Waterford sea horse logo, adapted from the Waterford City coat of arms. The Waterford company has been known for producing fine crystal since 1783. Hand-wash. Flute, 4-oz. cap.