Food & Wine: The Best Products We've Used in 2020

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"The so-called 'universal' wine glass has been an accelerating trend in the wine world. Why, after all, invest in seventeen different glasses for an equal number of different grape varieties when you could have one glass that works extremely well with both red and white wines of all types? The hitch is that some of the best of them—the Jancis Robinson+Richard Brendon glass, for instance, which I love—are not inexpensive ($60 a stem). Enter NY-based Glasvin, which makes a lovely, all-purpose, hand-blown universal glass at about half that. Hard to argue with as a gift for the wine-lover you know." — Ray Isle, executive wine editor