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No-Spill Aerating Wine Glass

Independent Maker

Full Details

  • Made in the USA: Glasses: Millville, NJ; Coasters: Yarmouth, ME
  • Designed to create a decanter you can drink from
  • Perfect angle allows for an easy 360° swirl just with a touch of a finger
  • High grade silver stainless steel ball provides stability even with a full pour
  • Features fine sheer rim
Glass: Lead-free glass, stainless steel ball; Coaster: Oak wood
Pivot glass on the stainless steel ball bearing to swirl and aerate wine or spirits to release flavor & aroma
Hand wash only
Two glasses, two coasters
14 oz
4.5" x 5" diameter
0.8 lb
Independent Maker


5 avg. (3 reviews)

These are so much fun
07/01/2019 by Kristin B.
Great quality and concept. Very unique.
Beautiful and fun!
06/27/2019 by Janice
These glasses are great! Showed them off at my wine party and everyone loved them. Quite the conversation piece.
Really neat conversation piece!
06/17/2019 by Debbie
I gave this to my father, who is a huge wine connoisseur...And he was enthralled by it! Really unique and fun!
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No-Spill Aerating Wine Glass

A spill-proof wine glass that looks as good as it is enjoyable to sip from. Each glass spins on a stainless steel ball, aerating wine—sip by sip—without spilling a drop. (It looks pretty cool, too.) Want to slow things down? Oak coasters hold a glass upright and still. Made in the USA.

Aura Glass

Aura Glass’s spill-proof wine glass is truly a labor of love. Makers Ankana and Keven Carpenter—a married couple with a passion for wine—witnessed too many painful spills when their friends would knock over wine glasses. So they applied their engineering degrees and creative minds to designing a solution.

Their patented Aura Glass fulfills without spills. Each glass spins all the way around with the touch of a finger, creating an aerating experience that’s as satisfying to view as it is to smell and taste. Made in Millville, New Jersey, a glass balances on a stainless steel ball and keeps every drop intact—even when holding a full pour. Getting dizzy? Oak coasters made in Yarmouth, Maine, fit the unique glasses perfectly and hold them upright. more Their Story