The Mega-Wine Glass From Costco! A Supersized Wine Glass For The Holidays – Or Anytime!

Behold The Mega-Wine Glass!

Costco has just made everyone’s holiday shopping easier! Who wouldn’t want this 46-inch-tall wine glass for just $79.99!

Newser had a great story, including a funny tweet:

“Finally found a good sized wine glass,” notes one Twitter user. “I can literally drink my height in wine,” says another, per People.

Indeed!

The box shows many decorative ways to use this glass, but social media wasn’t buying any of it – this is a great glass for wine – especially if you want to drink 25 bottles at a time – because that’s what it will hold!

Of course, fans of Comedian Amy Schumer have seen this before, on her “Comedy Central” sketch show!

Here is Amy Schumer’s “Football Town Nights” with the giant wine glass:

Well, I expect this will sell out – as a novelty gift as well as something people will want to have at the house as a conversation starter – or just use to serves an entire party at once – which is OK as well!

Don’t forget that wine is actually very good for you! Here are eight reasons that wine is a magical elixir with many health benefits:


https://johnrieber.com/2018/04/14/wine-is-life-8-delicious-reasons-to-counter-a-report-that-downplays-the-health-benefits-of-vino-hall-oates-sing-intravino/

Feel free to make this your holiday gift – to me!



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18 replies

  1. Thanks for a laugh this afternoon, John. Shame I don’t have space for one of these.
    Best wishes,
    Rowena

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  2. I wouldnt mind one of those, they make an interesting conversation piece and sometimes regular glasses are just way too tiny now all thats left is a mega wine bottle to go with
    ~B

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  3. It is kind of funny. I’ve seen some of the photos of it circulating on the internet. Might be a great gift for some upcoming holiday parties.

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  4. I need one!

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  5. Ha ha, my mother in law would love that.

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  6. On my Christmas list for sure! That is awesome!

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  7. I feel like you’d need several friends to help you lift and drink that wine! I mean, 25 bottles of wino would be sooo heavy in a glass!

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  8. I don’t really have room for that glass, but would love to get one, if only to give my wife real cause for concern. I do have a ‘whole bottle’ wine glass, and I have drunk a whole bottle out of it. 🙂
    I would imagine that tipping the Costco one to drink from it would potentially be a (wine) flood risk!
    Best wishes, Pete.

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  9. I love this. It reminds me of a small shop that used to be in Manhattan called JUST BIG. They carried four foot long silverware, which I’ve always been sorry I didn’t buy the fork just so I could sling it over my shoulder and march into All-You-Can-Eat buffets and give the staff heart tremors.

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