- In Bon Appetit's Gifts for Foodies on the Today Show
- Two hand-blown recycled glass porrón pitchers
- Charming decorative pieces
- Use for wine, olive oil or vinegar cruets
- Size - 4 inches tall - About 2 oz
These little versions of the famous porrón wine pitcher bring the joy of a Spanish fiesta to our every day. Whether they are used on the dining room table or to decorate the windowsill or Christmas tree, they always bring back fond memories.
A porrón wine pitcher brings fun and laughter to any gathering! Wine is poured in a thin stream from the spout directly into your mouth. As you can imagine, this takes some skill, and learning how to master the porrón is half the enjoyment.
Our larger hand-blown recycled glass porrón has long been a customer favorite, so we were thrilled when our supplier created this miniature version. Each one comes with a tiny cork and holds about 2 ounces of liquid. We fill them with extra virgin olive oil and sherry vinegar, a handy and fun addition to the dining room table. They are also a delightful holder for small cut flowers on the kitchen windowsill.
During the holidays, they can be a whimsical decoration for the Christmas tree or fireplace mantle. Simply tie a ribbon around the neck of these cute little pitchers and add a touch of Spain to your holiday decorations.
These porrones come two to a box, each with its own cork. Wash before first use. Hand-blown from recycled glass.
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"Early Christmas gift, they look great on our tree."
Joe Z - CAMPBELL, CA - Dec 14, 2015
"Awesome miniatures of the big Porron! Great for a small get together with different wines to taste!!"
Leonard Misner - Orangeburg, SC - Feb 9, 2015
"Perfect size for individual serving. Looks great at each plate!"
Linda Rockey Clarke - Encinitas, CA - Dec 28, 2014
"So cute and at a great price! It will make a great gift."
MARY NAZEMI - BALTIMORE, MD - Dec 14, 2014
"Would have liked them more if the tip wasn't broken off of one of them. "
Tom George - El Dorado, CA - Oct 26, 2014
"These make great ornaments. My wonderful wife Ann Perkins loves to decorate for Christmas (I like it too)."
Chris Traeger - Pawnee, IN - Dec 11, 2013