Are all things that generally just get “sexier” if they are black. I know the great adrenaline rush of New Year’s Eve expectations has subsided and no one is really talking about their flutes anymore, but I am! Any good home entertainer always has at least 6 sophisticated champagne flutes at the ready for any occasion. And I find that flutes with color, especially black, make for a fabulous evening.
Here, of course, you can spend anywhere from $10 upwards of $150 per flute. Below are some fine examples of an elegant evening black champagne flute:
“Jazz Flutes” by LSA Glassware are flirty and fun for about $60 for a set of 4
John Roche Black Cut Crystal Flutes by Waterford are simplistically modern while remaining true to classic styling and come with an impressive price tag of $325 for 2
Sorelle Black Tulip Champagne Glasses have a striking modern shape and are super perfect for everyday bubbles at $35 for 6
The Harpinna Black Crystal Champagne Flute by Ajka is an affordable lead crystal (at $100 for 6), with a glittering clear stem that makes a dramatic contrast to its black body
PS- for obvious reasons, January is the best time to nab great deals on champagne flutes!
PPS- Miniature Pinschers also look very good in black
Winefully Yours- Bennett