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Vino

Beautiful mouth-blown glass wine set features a 1L wine decanter, two matching stemless wine glasses. and a Robledo Family Winery bottle opener. The glassware is available in two distinct color options: Lustre - an iridescent, pearlescent finish that shows off a full spectrum of color or Confetti - a playful mix of vibrant colors that hug the base of each glass piece.


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$60.00

What’s Included:

  • (1) Mouth-blown handcrafted 1L decanter
  • (2) Mouth-blown handcrafted wine glasses
  • (1) Robledo Family Winery Corkscrew

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Your Purchase Makes a Difference:

          • Artisan Made
          • Preserves Tradition
          • Job Creator
          • Made with recycled glass
          • Hecho en Mexico

How It's Made

Master glassblowers head up teams of 6-10 workers, each with their own role in the process. You can see the apprentices doing the basics, tending the fires, and delivering the necessary materials to each artisan. The pitcher starts off as molten glass that’s then rolled out like a cigar, the blue/green band is added, and the craftsman begins to blow and roll it to shape. From there, it is heated until it is tempered and illuminates a red hue before being placed in its mold and blown to the correct size. It’s then handed to the senior craftsman who rolls and shapes it, giving it its pour spout and adding the aqua blue handle before heading off to the oven for the final tempering. 

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Featured Winery: Robledo Family Winery

The Robledo family came to the United States and began working in the vineyards in the 1940s. Since then, they have established the first winery in the United States to be founded by Mexican vineyard workers on their own land. Reynaldo and Maria Robledo began commercial wine production from their estate grapes in 1997 in Sonoma Valley, California. 

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