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Different Shape Crystal Glasses of Riedel

Riedel's family-owned factory in Austria, every Sommeliers wineglass is the end result of a process performed entirely by hand. These glasses have proved to consumers that the pleasure of consuming wine starts with the glass.

Individually mouth blown of sparkling lead crystal, these wineglasses represent the crowning expression of Riedel's artisan tradition as well as its most specialized assortment. Each elegant glass is designed for serving a specific varietal, from Sauvignon Blanc to Tinto Reserva, with its delicate bowl tailored by shape and volume to optimize the bouquet and taste. The thin rim helps direct the wine's flow to the appropriate taste receptors. At Riedel's family-owned factory in Austria, every Sommeliers wineglass is the end result of a process performed entirely by hand.

Riedel's premier Sommeliers collection includes an impressive assortment of lead-crystal glasses, each developed by expert wine tasters to flatter a specific fine wine or liquor. This glass, created with extensive input from master Scottish distillers, showcases the best qualities of single malt and other whiskeys. The bowl's elongated thistle shape complements their aromas. The flared lip directs the flow of liquid to the tip of the tongue, which perceives sweetness, allowing you to savor the whiskey's smooth, silky texture. Artisans at Riedel's family-owned factory in Austria craft each exquisite piece individually, performing every step of the glassmaking process by hand.

When developing a glass, Riedel's design ideas are not born on a drawing board, but shaped by trial and error with the help and support of the world's greatest palates. A person interested in wine is led by color, bouquet and taste, but often the glass is not considered as an instrument to convey the message of the wine. Over the years Riedel acquired some interesting scientific explanations as to why the shape of a glass influences the bouquet and taste of alcoholic beverages. When the wine is poured, it immediately starts to evaporate and its aromas quickly fill the glass in layers according to their density and specific gravity.

These glasses have proved to consumers that the pleasure of consuming wine starts with the glass. The Vinum collection, developed by Riedel on the principle that the content commands the shape, is the for every day use. Vinum is made of over 24% lead crystal.

Maximilian Riedel presents his first glass series with the 'O' glassware. The Riedel connoisseur will be surprised to find that this new glass series has something missing there is no stem or base. Riedel "O" is the new innovative take on the wine tumbler. "O" is the ideal glass for every day use and for every occasion. It is fun, feels good to hold, looks trendy and it works! The designs of "O" are based on the benchmark shapes of Riedel Vinum. Please purchase on online http://www.etabletop.com/

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