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"O" Red Wine Glass

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Riedel "O" Red Wine Glass

Featuring the bowl shape of the Sommeliers collection Bordeaux Grand Cru glass, the Big O glass is a precision instrument developed to highlight the unique characteristics of wines made from Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc or Merlot, emphasizing the rich dark fruits and balancing the tannins of these popular red wines. Non-lead crystal.

Features:

  • "O" Collection
  • Lead Free
  • Cut rim
  • Dishwasher safe
  • Gift box

Dimensions:

  • Overall: 8.6" H x 5.6" W x 4.25" D
  • Overall Product Weight: 0.82lbs

Riedel "O" Red Wine Glass

Weights & Dimensions

  • Overall: 8.6" H x 5.6" W x 4.25" D
  • Overall Product Weight: 0.82lbs

Features

Product Type: Red wine glassStyle: Contemporary
Primary Material: Lead Free CrystalDishwasher Safe: Yes
Country of Manufacture: Germany 
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STYLE

The "O" Red Wine Glass is a Contemporary style product. Contemporary style bridges the gap between traditional and modern. Pieces feature simple and clean lines with smooth surfaces without any carving or adornment. You can shop for more Contemporary Wine And Champagne Glasses in the Dining section of our site.

Riedel "O" Red Wine Glass

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Riedel "O" Red Wine Glass

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About the Manufacturer

The Riedel family has been in the glass business for 300 years, with 11 generations keeping the family business intact. Tradition and innovation - the Riedel company can proudly look back on its success story. From its beginnings in northern Bohemia down to this day, for 11 generations, Riedel Glass has stood for the high art of glass making. In 1673, when Johann Christoph Riedel was born in the Bohemian town of Neuschloß, no one could have guessed that this was also the birth of one of the greatest glass enterprises in the world. The Riedel glass dynasty is built on the creative energies of a long line of glass makers that have focused their products on wine glasses as well as decanters and accessory products.

This Bohemian glass merchant was the starting point for a direct line through several generations down to today´s corporate head Georg J. Riedel and his son Maximillian. Each Riedel in this long chain has been able to contribute his personal skills and views to expand the company´s success and make it what it is today. The Riedel story begins in 1678 in the northern part of Bohemia, bordering Schlesia - today the Czech republic and Poland respectively. This part of Bohemia was a German speaking enclave known as the Sudetenland. The Venetians brought back the knowledge of glass making from the Near East around 1.000 A.D. The knowledge of producing glass spread slowly towards the northern part of Europe, searching for energy, critical to the melting of glass. Wood was the source, causing a glass maker migration to the forests. Due to this migration, a glass culture developed in Bohemia in the 17th century.

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OUR SKU # RIE1223

"O" Red Wine Glass is also sometimes listed under the following manufacturer numbers: 0414/00

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