Architectural Digest: The Best Wine Glasses (and Wines to Pair), According to 11 Wine Experts

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“This is hardly breaking new ground as it’s a longtime sommelier favorite, but it’s hard to beat the Zalto Universal with its sleek lines, light weight, and versatility. You don’t really need anything else, but my most-used glass lately is the Universal from Glasvin, a startup offering a very similar handblown glass at a more affordable price point. Like the Zalto, the Glasvin works well with any type of wine, feels beautiful in your hands, looks beautiful on the table, and can be cleaned in the dishwasher. Even better, the founder is a longtime Acid League Wine Proxies subscriber, so these glasses are sure to perform, whether you’re drinking Acid League’s nonalcoholic Sauvage, a crisp and herbal white, or Velvet, a smooth and elegant red with notes of coffee and chocolate.”—Charlie Friedmann, head of Wine Proxies at Acid League