Designed to reflect Scotland's aurora borealis, each and every Aurora Cabernet Wine Glass is a unique, mouth blown and hand-crafted work of art.
As you take each one out the box for the first time and hold it up to the light, you will see that it glistens in its own unique way. For each is a unique work of creation. A unique expression of the Aurora Borealis of the Highlands of Scotland. Elegant “statement” glassware.
Carefully designed for enjoying your favorite red wines, especially your Cabernet Sauvignons, Cabernet Francs, and other Bordeaux's. These may quickly become your go-to glasses for almost any drink.
Q: “What is the volume of these glasses? How many ounces can they hold?”
The Aurora Cabernet Wine Glass holds up to 29 ounces.
Q: “How tall are these glasses?”
The entire height of the glasses is 10.8 inches (27.5 cm).
Q: “Do these glasses contain lead?”
Absolutely NOT. All glasses in the Aurora Collection are lead-free.
Q: “Are these glasses dishwasher safe?”
No, because each glass has been hand-painted by an artist. They should be washed by hand.
Q: “Do these glasses come in a gift box ready for giving?”
Yes. Each glass is shipped in its own elegant and discrete gift box, safely protected.
If you wanted to give them as a gift, all you need to do is wrap them in paper.
Elevate Your Enjoyment and Appreciation of Fine Wine
These Aurora Cabernet Wine Glasses have been carefully created to bring the best out of your favorite wines, especially classic red wines like the Cabernet Sauvignons, Cabernet Francs, and other Bordeaux's. Designed for both artistic beauty and connoisseurship.
When you lift one of these glasses in your hands, it feels reassuringly solid. Yet, also elegant and light to hold.
Its gentle long stem rests effortlessly in your fingers. And your thumb and two fingers sit naturally at its neck, about a half-inch from the bottom of the bowl. This gives you full control of the glass — and allows you to swirl the wine around in the bowl and release its deepest aromas and bouquets, without breaking etiquette and dirtying the glass with your fingerprints. (A gesture that isn’t lost on thesavoir faire.)
The bowl itself is steep and high, curving slightly in toward the top.
Even if you fill your glass generously, there is space for the wine to breathe and open. You can swirl the wine gently, elegantly, discretely — and then hold it up to your nose, breathe, and take pleasure at your favorite vintage reveals new secrets to you.