New Year’s Eve is around the corner, so chances are you’ve got bubbly on the brain. Here, four stylish ways to sip your Champagne--and what your glass selection says about you.
For the connoisseur: cutting-edge
Riedel’s Veritas ($69 for a set of 2) is a brand-new Champagne-specific shape designed to optimize the flavors and aromas of bubbly. It features a wider bowl and a tapered rim.
For the traditionalist: classic flute
Think timeless elegance for a refined toast. Try Schott Zwiesel’s Fortissimo ($90 for a set of 6) at Williams-Sonoma.
For the modern drinker: stemless
Try Crate and Barrel’s Orb Champagne glass ($8 each), handcrafted in Eastern Europe, for a playful and versatile silhouette.
For the vintage lover: coupe
Channel “Roaring 20s” glamour with this Orrefors New York coupe ($60 each)--in luxury crystal with Art Deco-like cuts and a slender stem--from Macy’s.