Schott Zwiesel Cru Classic Soft-Bodied Red Wine Glasses, Set of 6
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Glasses won’t chip, scratch, or leave spots. Resists stains and breaks. Tritan Crystal retains its clarity and luster for the life of the glass. Made for drinking Bordeaux. Dishwasher safe. Made in Germany.
Named Best of Tasting in 2009 by The Wall Street Journal.
From the article:
Somewhat unusual shape, something like an egg, means that everything tasted a little bit new and different to us. It’s deceptive: It’s big yet it doesn’t feel too big. Great balance. All wines seemed a little bit more special in this glass. Great for swirling and sniffing.
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- Manufacturer: Schott Zwiesel
- Material: Titanium crystal
- Capacity: 28.6 oz.
- Made in Germany
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- Dishwasher safe
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Questions & Answers
Please tell me the number ounces in(1) Cru Classic Full Bodied Red Wine Glass(2) Cru Classic Soft Bodied Red Wine Glas
An interesting fact about our soft-bodied red wine glass:
Recently named Best of Tasting by The Wall Street Journal.
From the article:
“Somewhat unusual shape, something like an egg, means that everything tasted a little bit new and different to us. It’s deceptive: It’s big yet it doesn’t feel too big. Great balance. All wines seemed a little bit more special in this glass. Great for swirling and sniffing.”
The Wall Street Journal recommended the Schott Zwiesel Cru Classic Bordeaux wine glasses. Two items came up when I searched your website for this glass. So what is the difference between the Cru Classic for soft bodied red wines and the Cru Classic for full bodied red wines.
What is the overall height and circumference?