Wine Culture Magazine

These break- and chip-resistant Schott Zwiesel Tour glasses are perfect for outdoor sipping.

Now that the warm weather is here, we plan to spend every moment we can outside. But our fancy stemmed glassware isn’t coming with us. Instead, we plan to sip our summer whites from tough-but-stylish glassware with a back-to-nature vibe.

We especially love the Schott Zwiesel Tour stemless outdoor wine glasses (pictured above). They are made from break-, chip- and scratch-resistant Tritan glass and tinted in earthy shades of ochre, gold, grey and green. About $70 for a set of four from Crate + Barrel. 

These pretty green plastic Kallsinning wine glasses from IKEA look just like glass.

Want to set your table on a budget? IKEA’s Kallsinnig wine glass comes in a pretty green plastic that looks just like glass—and is only $2.49 a stem. There’s a matching tumbler as well. 

YETI’s Rambler wine tumbler keeps your wine cold for hours.

Want to keep your Chardonnay chill on even the hottest day? YETI’s Rambler wine tumbler with Magslider lid is your go to. It’s practically indestructable and will keep wine cold for hours and hours, perfect for picnics, camping, boating or your backyard. It comes in great colours—we love the limited edition Camp Green—and retails for about $35.

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