Love to enjoy a glass or two during dinner or at the end of a long day? Try out our GoodGlassware Personal Red Wine Decanter! Perfect for everyday use, the GoodGlassware red wine decanter is solidly built with thick, durable lead-free glass. Maximize your wine's flavors and aromas with just a simple swirl! The unique punt helps separate any wine sediment and gives you a firm hold while pouring. This simple and hassle-free decanter makes for a wonderful addition to any wine lover's bar or kitchen and displays your favorite wine's clarity beautifully.
Easy-to-use and easy-to-clean
Holds a full bottle (750 mL) of wine
Yes! The GoodGlassware Personal Decanter has a full capacity of 44 ounces (1300 mL) and can truly hold a full standard-sized 750 mL bottle of wine at a good level. We know what you're thinking! The size is deceiving in a good way.
If you're looking for something on the bigger side that may be able to fit a magnum bottle (1.5 liters or two bottles), take a look at our Vintorio Citadel Decanter that has a full capacity of 2.3 liters.
All of our glassware can be hand washed or put in the dishwasher. For a longer lifespan, we recommend washing glassware by hand.
If you'd like to wash our glassware products in the dishwasher, glasses should be positioned in the top rack of the dishwasher so that they do not touch each other during the wash cycle. The surface area of glass expands when heated and therefore glasses should not be stacked while still warm from washing as they then may stick together and break. Hot glasses taken out of the dishwasher should be allowed to cool down before filling with cold water.
For delicate glassware, we recommend hand washing. Please be aware that abrasive scrubbing pads may scratch the surface.
Limescale, also known as calcium carbonate, is a hard white or green deposit that typically forms on glass that regularly comes into contact with hard water. Sometimes, the tap water in your house or building may be high in calcium and magnesium, resulting in a cloudy or dull appearance after washing.
In order to remove the limescale from glassware, we recommend soaking glasses in warm water to which vinegar has been added. You can also use salt as a water softener if necessary, or try switching to a different dishwashing detergent brand.