|Product Type: Red wine glass||Assembly Required: No|
|Style: Classic||Color: Clear|
|Primary Material: Lead Crystal||Fade Resistant: Yes|
|Glass/Crystal Component: Yes||Gift Box Included: Yes|
|Number of Glasses In Set: 4||Dishwasher Safe: Yes|
|Capacity: 8.5 Ounces||Formal: Yes|
|Country of Manufacture: Austria|
Questions & Answers
Riedel Vinum Red Wine Glass
Reidel Wine Glass
Joyce from Chattanooga, TN– Verified Buyer– Top 50 Reviewer
Reidel wine glasses are excellent quality and I am very pleased with my purchase.
Riedel quality - really nice addition to my bar set!
Jan from Ewing, NJ– Verified Buyer
For starters, my collection of bar ware is a mix of various brands of glassware, and quite honestly my favorites are Riedel glassware. I bought a set of these port glasses (I enjoy a glass every now and then) and these are really nice! They have a nice weight to them - they don't feel dainty but actually feel solid. These are classy! I've also used them to serve some of my favorite cordials (lemoncello and Grand Marnier).
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.