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Zwiesel 1872 The First Champagne Wine Glass

Zwiesel 1872 The First Champagne Wine Glass

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Legendary glassmaker Schott Zwiesel has been at the forefront of the industry for more than 100 years. Today, they’ve created what many consider to be among the finest crystal in the world—The First Collection. Handmade and designed specifically for oenophiles, The First Collection sets a host of new standards in the world of fine drinking and dining.

This singular collection was developed in conjunction with Italian-born Sommelier World Champion Enrico Bernardo, former cellar manager of the Michelin three-star restaurant Le Cinq in the Four Seasons Hotel George V in Paris. Representing an unmatched dedication to quality and master craftsmanship, the precisely cut edges, meticulously polished rims, delicate yet sturdy walls and tapered shapes provide the optimal breathing for your wine and allow it to unfold its complete bouquet.

Innovative, distinctive and always a pleasure to use, this series is the most advanced lead-free titanium crystal sommelier range of wine stems ever developed. The best wines in the world find their match in these mouth-blown glasses. The Champagne glass is perfect for your favorite bubbly, with dimensions that encourage the optimal development of complex bouquets and a slender, upwardly tapering bowl to concentrate the aromas. 12.4 oz. Hand wash. Made in Hungary.

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  • Manufacturer: Schott Zwiesel
  • Capacity: 12.4 oz.
  • Material: Titanium crystal
  • Hand wash