There are some disadvantages of silicone wine glasses
These glasses are fairly flexible to the touch and if you use a strong grip when picking or holding them your drink may spill out. Make sure you don’t overfill them and don’t squeeze too hard when picking them up.
They have a slight plastic smell out of the box. The smell should go away after running them through the dishwasher. A solution of white vinegar and water left in the glasses overnight also works well to eliminate that initial smell.
The glasses tend to collect dust and animal hair on the outside surface. Make sure you always store these properly to stay clean and ready to use.
The true glass is more pleasing to the eye. Although silicone glasses are superior to the plastic ones they are not suitable for social settings that require specific serving procedures.
True glass makes the experience of wine much more pleasant for consumers. Wine lovers prefer genuine glass over its alternatives and even chose specific glasses for certain wines.
The opening is too small and most people have to squeeze the sides of the glass to be able to drink out of the opening. Such a small opening doesn’t allow the consumer’s nose to smell wine’s aroma and to truly enjoy all aspects of the wine.
Glasses made of silicone have many advantages over traditional glass cups. Additionally, these glasses are so much fun and such a conversation piece. On the other hand, there are occasions when you prefer to pour, serve and taste your favorite wine from elegant and aesthetically pleasing wine glasses. Silicone and conventional wine glasses are not mutually exclusive products. These two types of glasses can actually complement each other. Therefore, keep your beautiful glass and use it for special occasions or when you want to get the most out of your favorite wine. When breakage is a concern and you worry that someone could be injured, keep ready a set of these practical silicone cups. Cheers!