I am a wine slob. That is not a typo; I enjoy white wine in just the most disorderly, uncivilized of settings.The problem is
that I have actually never ever been much of a white wine individual. The swank etiquette related to wine culture has constantly left a bitter taste in my mouth. (With notes of baking spices.) The actual taste of white wine also never ever appealed to me, though undoubtedly my taste buds is as sophisticated as a boulder.But after years of
preventing the things, I have learned I was merely approaching wine wrong. Turns out, all it took to open me as much as a whole alcohol genre was the ideal vessel.
The (deep breath) Yeti Rambler 10-Ounce Red Wine Tumbler with MagSlider Cover is a squat stainless steel goblet of unequaled sturdiness. It looks like the leading part of a routine white wine glass, minus the stem. Its teardrop shape is formed out of vacuum-insulated double walls that maintain the temperature of the liquid inside, similar to your preferred travel mug. The tumbler is finished with a grippy matte outside that makes you wish to just cradle it in your hands. The plastic top fits snugly in the goblet’s mouth. A moving cover lets you close all points of entry and egress for a spill-proof white wine imbibing experience. It costs $25. At the time of this writing, you can choose between eight various colors. It is dishwasher safe and can take an outright whipping.