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Postby Deactivated Member » Tue Dec 27, 2005 7:20 pm

Does anyone know where to get hold of sherry copitas?
I burst my last one and liked to nose a whisky from it rather than my snifters.
I got my last ones in a junk shop but I can't seem to find anywhere that supplies them new :?
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Postby kallaskander » Wed Dec 28, 2005 9:33 am

Hi there,

http://answers.google.com/answers/threadview?id=564727

E-mail: enquiries@wineglasses.co.uk

Found it here.

"Subject: Re: Copita sherry glasses
Answered By: palitoy-ga on 06 Sep 2005 04:00 PDT
Rated:5 out of 5 stars

Hello wolpat-ga

Thank-you for your question.

Copita sherry glasses can be purchased in the UK from
wineglasses.co.uk. They have two different ranges available with a
Copita glass - Prelude and Bouquet.

"The Prelude range. Specially strengthened whilst not losing their
classic 'wine quaffing' shape. They are one of the most popular
restaurant glasses in Europe due to their outstanding durability.
Supplied in boxes of twelve."
http://www.wineglasses.co.uk/prelude.html

"The Bouquet range. These non crystal glasses have been our overall
best selling range for the last four years. They are an excellent
suite to compliment wine and offer extremely good value for money.
Supplied in retail boxes of six."
http://www.wineglasses.co.uk/bouquet.html

They also sell the ISO standard sherry tasting glass.

"The ISO/DOC range. ISO stands for International Standards
Organisation, which means that the product with this stamp has to be
made of a particular size, shape and standard for a specific use.
These specifications have been set to provide the perfect and most
versatile Tasting Glass available.

Made from fine colourless crystal, it's rounded shape and smoothness
generates an ideal relationship between surface area and volume - it's
tapered bowl allowing free circulation of wine and the funnelling of
it's vapours."
http://www.wineglasses.co.uk/isodoc.html

Unfortunately I have been unable to locate another online supplier from the UK."


Hope I could help and that they really have them.

Happy New Year

Greetings
kallaskander
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Postby Deactivated Member » Wed Dec 28, 2005 11:20 am

Thanks Kallaskander
I couldn't find anything when I googled. I was probably putting in too wide a search.
I'll have a look at these sites - bound to be something you'd think.

Have a good New Year too. :D
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