Roberto Conterno's Sensory Glass will make your life better. Buy it, and make someone else's life better, too.

As the world searches for the perfect wine glass, leave it to one of the world’s greatest winemakers to come up with a design that will make you forget all the others.

We are far from alone in thinking that Roberto Conterno's Sensory Glass is the greatest wine glass yet designed. It's also the most versatile, with one stem transforming not only red wines, but also whites and Champagnes.

Months ago, we stopped thinking about which glass to use for a given wine. And we're still excited to see how Roberto's glass will enhance each new wine we try. At its usual $90 price tag, it's worth every penny and more.

But we're now offering Roberto's Sensory Glass for just $75 a stem, with $25 going to get great meals to heroic front-line doctors and nurses, while keeping restaurant workers employed.

A nationwide movement is taking hold, supporting local restaurants as they deliver inspired meals to local hospital workers in cities all over the U.S. This is a cause we should all want to support.

Buy 6 Sensory Glasses, and we'll donate $150 to this important cause. Buy 12, and we'll donate $300. And for all orders of 12+ glasses, we'll throw in free shipping.

We urge you to buy glasses not only for yourself but for your friends. You'll be providing meaningful help to countless restaurant and hospital workers, and you'll pay the lowest price in the U.S. for these acclaimed stems.

The Glass

Working with his engineer son Gabrielle, Roberto Conterno designed the Sensory Glass to engage all five senses. The glasses are virtually weightless. The bowl has a wide base for maximum exposure of the wine’s surface to air, funneled through a beautifully curved narrowing to a subtle widening at the rim for full expression of aromatics. The 147-year-old firm of Schott Zwiesel hand-crafts each glass to his exacting requirements.

We know of no one who has used the glass who hasn’t concluded that it does in fact show more nuance than any other wine glass made. In fact, using the Sensory Glass for the first time is an epiphany.

We’re true believers, having had the chance over the past couple of years to compare the Sensory Glass against other designs with vast variety of wines. It's as amazing with a Roulot Meursault or Selosse Lieu-Dit as it is with Monfortino. We use it for everything.

The Cause

Since March, dozens of local and national groups have sprung up around the country, each dedicated to the same mission: matching local restaurants with hospitals, and keeping culinary workers preparing great meals for frontline workers.

The leader of the movement is undoubtedly Frontline Foods (, which has partnered with Jose Andres’ World Central Kitchen. As of May 8, 2020, the organization is in 56 cities, supporting more than 900 restaurants. To date, it has served 350,000 meals to frontline workers. 

For each Sensory Glass sold, we will donate $25 to Frontline Foods to support its work.

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