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The Best Wine Glasses for Outdoor Entertaining

Stock up on these sets so you can sip without the stress of shattered glass.
By Emily Popp
June 16, 2021
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Summer has arrived, life is opening back up, and we are finally able to socialize in ways we haven't for the past year. All to say, now is the time to stock up on entertaining supplies, especially when it comes to outdoor activities. There's nothing worse than hosting a pool party or barbecue and suddenly hearing the sound of shattering glass. After all, a broken wine glass is more than a party foul—it's a safety hazard.

Let this be the push you need to invest in some quality shatterproof goblets, since "unbreakable" doesn't have to translate to "cheap-looking." Whatever type of vino you prefer (red, white, or rosé) and whichever type of outdoor activity you are into (swimming or hosting), we've pulled together the best glasses for every kind of outdoor entertainment. Ahead, you will discover some of our favorite picks. Get ready to sip without a worry about your fine crystal.

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Sole Outdoor Stemless Glassware
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Sole Outdoor

Made of shatter-resistant copolyester material, these stemless wine glasses come in a set of six. They're versatile enough for the wine of your choice, a cold beer, or a nonalcoholic beverage like a fresh-squeezed lemonade.

Shop Now: Sole Outdoor Stemless Glassware, $60 for six, westelm.com.

Yeti Rambler Wine Tumbler
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Yeti is known as one of the premier brands for all your outdoor drinking needs. This tumbler is Yeti's take on the wine glass, meaning it's durable enough to handle the roughest of adventures—and the double-wall vacuum insulation keeps your wine nice and chilly.

Shop Now: Yeti "Rambler" Wine Tumbler, $24.99, yeti.com.

Crate & Barrel Stacking Aqua Acrylic Wine Glasses
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Crate & Barrel

If you're searching for wine glasses that look fancy but are inexpensive ($3.95 a pop!), these turquoise-tinted acrylic iterations are your best bet. Plus, they stack neatly for bar or cabinet storage.

Shop Now: Crate & Barrel Stacking Aqua Acrylic Wine Glasses, $3.95, crateandbarrel.com.

Martha Stewart Collection Cherry Stemless Glasses
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Martha Stewart Collection

This set of acrylic cherry glasses from the Martha Stewart Collection is a perfect pick—no pun intended.

Shop Now: Martha Stewart Collection Cherry Stemless Glasses, $13.99 for four, macys.com.

W&P Porter Travel Glasses
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W&P Porter

These portable glasses are made of durable glass and wrapped in a silicone sleeve, which gives them a fancier feel than typical plastic tumblers. They come in a set of two, and the lid top is ideal for boating, hiking, or hosting.

Shop Now: W&P Porter Travel Glasses, $50 for two, westelm.com.

Overstock Shatterproof Silicone Stemless Glasses
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Lightweight and unbreakable, these silicone tumblers are built to last. Whether you're having a rowdy pool party or a backyard barbecue with kids, you'll want something shatterproof as opposed to just shatter-resistant.

Shop Now: Overstock Shatterproof Silicone Stemless Glasses, $19.39 for four, overstock.com.

Sole Outdoor Red Wine Glasses
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Sole Outdoor

These outdoor red wine glasses and are designed specifically to enhance the taste of Cabernet Sauvignon, Bordeaux, Malbec, or any full-bodied wine.

Shop Now: Sole Outdoor Red Wine Glasses, $59.95 for six, williams-sonoma.com.

Govino Medium Bodied Plastic Red Wine Glasses
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When it comes to outdoor wine glasses, functionality is key. This set is under $20 for four, and each glass has a thumb grip indentation for easy, no-spill sipping.

Shop Now: Govino Medium Bodied Plastic Red Wine Glasses, $19.95 for four, homedepot.com.

Bodum Oktett Outdoor Stemmed Wine Glasses
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These red wine glasses are stemmed, which makes them feel more sophisticated than tumblers—and they're still made of durable plastic.

Shop Now: Bodum "Oktett" Outdoor Stemmed Wine Glasses, $40 for six, potterybarn.com.

DuraClear Tritan Multicolored Red Wine Glasses
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We like this bright set, which boasts an array of rainbow colors and has a retro vibe. The DuraClear plastic won't crack or discolor, either.

Shop Now: DuraClear "Tritan" Multicolored Red Wine Glasses, $79.95 for six, williams-sonoma.com.