The 16 Best Champagne Glasses That Are Fit for a Celebration

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Pop! Fizz! Clink! When the bubbly comes out and the cork pops off, it’s time to celebrate! Champagne— the drink associated with all things joyful and celebratory—deserves stunning glasses to make the occasion all the more special. From engagements to showers, weddings, and birthdays there are so many reasons to break out the bubbles. Whether you’re looking for special glasses for your wedding day or registering for a set for future parties, there’s a lot to consider and the options abound.

When it comes to champagne glasses, there is a variety to choose from depending on what you’re looking for. Similar to wine, the shapes and styles vary accordingly to the type of champagne they’re designed for. Flutes are the most popular with their elegant silhouette and long stems. Tulips are ideal for the wine connoisseur since the shape holds the aromas inside for a better taste and overall experience. Coupes are delicate, pretty, and great for stacking, while stemless glasses are easy to hold on to and have a more casual vibe. 

Read on for the best champagne glasses for any and every occasion.

Best Overall: Nude Glass Stem Zero Flute Champagne Glass

Nude Stem Zero Flute Champagne Glass

Courtesy of Saks Fifth Avenue

There are so many reasons to love this champagne flute. it’s made of the toughest, yet finest, lead-free crystal, making it perfect for any occasion. The classically shaped glass has a skillful design silhouette that tapers towards the rim to help retain flavor and fizz. Leaving you with nothing to do but enjoy the bubbly!

Best Budget: Schott Zwiesel Champagne Glasses

Schott Zwiesel Champagne Glasses, Set of 6

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Cheers to elegant champagne glasses that won’t break the bank! This set is made of Titan Crystal, which is lead-free, chip-resistant, and super durable—making these an investment that will last through many champagne toasts.

Best Tulip: Zalto Champagne Glass

Zalto Champagne Glass

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Perfect for anyone who wants to geek out on wine and design, this tulip-shaped glass was designed following the tilt angles of the Earth—24 degrees, 48 degrees, and 72 degrees—which happen to bring out the very best in each champagne. Delicate but durable, this exquisitely designed glass is made of lead-free crystal that's super lightweight but strong enough to withstand the dishwasher.

Best Trumpet: Waterford Elegance Champagne Trumpet Flute Pair

Waterford Elegance Champagne Trumpet Flute Pair

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Sleek and elegant, this chic champagne glass has a contemporary vibe that elevates the classic trumpet shape. Made of the finest lead-free crystal, its deep-V pulled stem captures the effervescence of the bubbly, allowing for a longer, slower rise—sexy!

Best Coupe: Anthropologie Lustered Coupe Glasses

coupe glassware

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Coupes—reminiscent of the speakeasies and flappers of the roaring 1920’s—may not be the optimal glasses to drink champagne out of if you’re a wine enthusiast, but they sure are pretty! This crystal set is beautiful, functional, and has a frosted rib stem with a feminine curve. Gatsby would approve!

Best Personalized: Riedel Vinum Cuvee Prestige Champagne Glass with Personalization

Riedel Vinum Cuvee Prestige Champagne Glass with Personalization, Set of 2

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Whether you have your heart set on monogrammed champagne glasses for your wedding day or want a set engraved with your initials to enjoy at home, these classic flutes are on point. Designed with the help of sommeliers and winemakers, the crystal glasses are lead-free and made to bring out the very best in a glass of champagne.

Best Stemless: Schott Zwiesel Tritan Forte Stemless Champagne Flutes

Schott Zwiesel Tritan Forte Stemless Champagne Flutes, Set of 6

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These stemless champagne glasses are simply chic. Made of Titan Crystal, the glasses are chip-resistant, durable, and sparkle with clarity. Plus, they’re easy to hold— a perfect party accessory!

Best Crystal: Orrefors Prelude Flute

Orrefors Prelude Flute

Courtesy of Bloomingdales

To the naked eye, can be hard to discern from crystal from glass. But if you want a champagne glass that really looks and feels like crystal, this one’s a gem. Not overly ornate, it has a subtle cut pattern that sparkles at the base—perfectly placed to accentuate the bubbles!

Best Whimsical Design: Juliska Heritage Collectors 4-Piece Champagne Flute Set

Juliska Heritage Collectors 4-Piece Champagne Flute Set

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These four hand-blown glasses each have their own unique motif but as a set, work together in perfect harmony. Whimsical and opulent, they’re ideal for parties, assuring you’ll have a glass that’s all your own!

Best Mr. and Mrs. Glasses: Personalization Lab Wedding Toasting Flutes

personalized flutes

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Can’t wait for the first toast with your new spouse? These personalized champagne glasses are a sweet keepsake to remember that special moment. Choose from a variety of designs to find one that suits your style and add a memento box so you have somewhere special to keep them! 

Best Double Walled: Glass Champagne Flutes

Glass Champagne Flutes, Set of 2

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Double-walled champagne flutes are cool— because they keep things cool! Made of hand-blown Borosilicate glass, these glasses assure that your drink will stay chilled. Bonus—they’re super durable and dishwasher safe, making them ideal for outdoor parties and everyday use.

Best Acrylic: Acrylic Champagne Glass

Acrylic Champagne Glass

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Poolside mimosas? Yes please! These high-quality, BPA-free acrylic glasses make enjoying champagne even more fun when you’re outdoors— because drinking champagne in the beauty of nature is pretty idyllic!

Best Colored Glass: Estelle Colored Glass Champagne Coupe

Estelle Colored Glass Champagne Coupe

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Whether colored glassware is your thing or you’re looking for a set to match your wedding palette, these beautiful champagne coupes come in all the right shades. Available in a range of stunning jewel tones, these hand-blow glasses add a vibrant pop of color to a table setting.

Best Modern: Monti Champagne Flutes, Set of 2

Monti Champagne Flutes, Set of 2

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The joyful, effervescent bubbles might just be the best part of champagne—and this set is all about keeping them flowing. These ultra-modern, architectural glasses are designed to enhance the effervescence of your champagne so that the bubbles will be popping until the champagne runs dry!

Best Fluted: Fluted Champagne Flute by Richard Brendon

Fluted Champagne Flute by Richard Brendon

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Craving a champagne flute with a decorative touch? This mouth-blown glass has a hand-cut fluted pattern inspired by the decadence of 1920s cocktail culture. A timeless, contemporary glass with just the right touch of glamour!

Best Splurge: Baccarat 6-Piece Bubbles in a Box Set

Baccarat 6-Piece Bubbles in a Box Set

Courtesy of Bloomingdales

An array of exquisite crystal champagne glasses are elegantly packaged in this sparkling set by Baccarat. Included are the brand’s iconic Milles Nuits Flutissimo, Vega Flutissimo, Harcourt Eve, Diamant, Chateau Baccarat, and Massella champagne glasses—each with a character all its own. These lustrous pieces are full of joie de vivre and are destined to become heirlooms.


Final Verdict

With so many stunning options on the market, choosing one that hits all the marks is not an easy task. We love the Saks Fifth Avenue Nude Glass Stem Zero Trio Champagne Glass for its style, functionality, and durability— a superb glass for any occasion. Looking for a glass that’s got a little something?  Verishop Fluted Champagne Flute by Richard Brendon has a decorative flair while remaining modern and chic. And if you’re a connoisseur of bubbly, the Zola Zalto Champagne Glass is the glass for you. 


What are the types of champagne glasses?

Champagne glasses come in a range of shapes depending on what you’re looking for. Consider what suits your taste and style when deciding on the glass that’s right for you. 

Flutes are the most popular with their elegant silhouette and a long handle that’s easy to hold. The elongated shape allows for good serving size and captures the bubbles at the base for a slower rise to the surface. Flutes are a classic choice when it comes to champagne glasses.

The tulip-shaped is a hybrid between a flute, a coupe, and a white wine glass. The glass was developed by sommeliers to trap aromas for optimal taste and to ensure that bubbles properly rise. These glasses are ideal for the connoisseur.

As legend has it, the coupe glass was molded from Marie Antoinette’s left breast. While the story is intriguing and they are a classically elegant glass, coupe glasses aren’t very effective at maintaining the champagne’s aromas and bubbles disappear very quickly. However, they are great for parties! Their shape also allows for them to be stacked like a pyramid and poured into like a fountain from the top.

Stemless glasses are a chic and contemporary choice that works well for both casual and formal occasions. The flute-shaped bowl maximizes the taste and aromas of the champagne, bringing out the best in each glass. Plus, stemless glasses are easy to hold and less likely to tip over, unlike their stemmed counterparts. The downside—chilled champagne will warm as you hold on to the glass.

Should we have a set of bride and groom champagne glasses (or a set for two grooms or two brides)?

Having a set of toasting flutes that are engraved with your names or initials and the date of the wedding can be a sweet keepsake to remember the day by. However, it’s a personal preference and certainly not mandatory. After all, it’s your big day—do it your way! 


How many glasses of champagne are in a bottle?

A standard 750ml bottle of champagne has five to six full glasses. However, for a toast, you can fill up to seven glasses since the pour may not be as full.

Why Trust Brides? 

As a prop stylist, Brides contributor Elizabeth MacLennan has been scouring marketplaces around the world, hunting down that just right object for over 15 years. Read: she’s seen just about everything when it comes to tableware! Plus, she’s definitely had a glass of champagne or two in her life. With a discerning eye and astute mind, she considers quality, function, and design when she’s vetting products. That means—these champagne glasses deserve a toast for being the creme de la creme.

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