We've heard of boxed wine, but ... individual glasses of sealed wine? Could this be mom's answer to the "finally-got-the-kids-to-sleep-and-want-to-relax-but-don't-want-to-open-a-whole-bottle-of-wine" problem?
We're guessing that these new disposable wineglasses will soon be all the rage at your neighborhood cookouts. Just peel and enjoy!
The Tulip, created by Wine Innovations, is a disposable (and recyclable) wineglass. It has a sealed top that you pull back, much like a cup of yogurt. At $3.40 per glass, the wine's a hot commodity right now in the U.K. and Europe. Sadly, the Tulip's not available in the U.S. yet, but we have a feeling the wait won't be long.
Mama needs her Chard' for the outdoor music concert!
So, what do you think? Is the Tulip classy or trashy?