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Fusion Triumph Chardonnay/White Burgundy Wine Glasses (Set of 2)

 

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Fusion Triumph offers everything you'd ever want in high-end wine glasses with; oversized bowls for swirling, tulip shaped rims, pulled stems, and lead free composition.
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I have one and love it
Cynthia S on Dec 16, 2014
I have one and love it
Cynthia S on Dec 16, 2014
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December 26, 2011
Love the feel of these glasses, but wait
I have purchased 6 of these glasses, and only have one left. 3 have broken in my dishwasher (the glass is too long for my dishwasher upper rack), 2 of them broke while falling off the coffee table onto a very plush carpet (the stems broke, not the cup), so I only hand wash the remaining one. These are marketed as "break resistant". NOT TRUE!! Their replacement policy is consistent to going to court to get them replaced. I would not recommend buying these glasses at this price unless you, 1. HAND WASH, or lower your upper dishwasher basket and have nothing touching them with plenty of wiggle room, and 2. Do not let them fall from 18" onto a plush carpet (because the stem is too thin and breaks off the cup). Sorry, I really love these glasses, but they are not any more "break resistant" then my leaded or regular glass wine glasses. They are expensive for how long they last, which is not long. Wish I could get replacements!!
September 5, 2014
Beautiful but be careful
These are beautifully designed glasses that certainly have a "wow" factor. Tall and elegant, they are great for just about any white except dessert wines. The one problem I have with them is that the stems are too thin for a glass this tall. The stem should be at least as thick as a pencil and these are maybe 60% of that. You really have to baby these when you clean them by hand (which is the only option) as to not put too much torque on the stems. I would recommend these glasses but with the caveat of understanding how fragile they are.
December 11, 2012