A Riedel Sommeliers Bordeaux Grand Cru
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This glass was developed to highlight the unique characteristics of the great wines of Bordeaux. The large bowl brings out the full depth of contemporary wines, showcasing their majestic structure in all their complexity and finesse.
This glass has a unique black stem.
Material: lead crystal
Optimum glass shape for maximum wine enhancement.
Recommended for wines from Bordeaux or those big Barossa Shiraz’s and Blends.
NOTE: due to the hand-crafting, small tolerances in the size and weight of each decanter, tiny bubbles, slight imperfections and surface variations, are a feature and acceptable part of the process.
Mouth blown and free-formed by master craftsmen.
Sold and packaged individually.
The Riedel Sommeliers Bordeaux Grand Cru glass was developed to highlight the unique characteristics of the great wines from Bordeaux and the Barossa.
Riedel Sommeliers Bordeaux Grand Cru
Every perfectly shaped glass from Riedel is designed around the exceptional characteristics of each grape variety, which in turn determines the shape, size & rim diameter of the bowl.
Riedel, is known throughout the world for its hedonistic range of grape varietal specific glassware that promises to enhance both the body and the nose of your wine, allowing you to most accurately experience its true character.
We suggest handwashing.
Dry on glass drying rack.
|Dimensions||10 × 10 × 22. cm|
Riedel's glass making history dates back to 1678 in northern Bohemia, and so far 11 generations have been involved in the family business.
Over 300 years later, Riedel are making the finest wine glasses combining optimum glass shape, for maximum flavour delivery, with exquisite balance and looks.
To fully appreciate the different grape varieties and the subtle characteristics of individual wines, it is essential to have a glass which has a shape fine-tuned for the purpose.
Riedel glassware achieves this. The shape is responsible for the quality and intensity of the bouquet and the flow of the wine, with each piece of glassware hand crafted and mouth blown.