Characterised by the long stem and the tall narrow bowl on top, the flute is designed to keep the champagne looking desirable during consumption. The long stem keeps the heat of hands from warming the liquid and the small opening means there is less surface area for the bubbles to escape, meaning your champagne will retain that bubbly appearance we all love for longer.
The Vinum series was the first range of glasses designed under the characteristics of quality, affordability and wide spread distribution. The Vinum range still maintained all the benefits of a Riedel glass and proved to the world that the pleasure of consuming wine starts with the glass.
The Riedel family has been making fine glassware since 1756. Riedel utilizes state-of-the-art technology and intensive research and testing to produce the most sophisticated wine glasses on the market. Riedel glasses are precisely designed to enhance both the body and the nose of a wine, allowing you the most accurate experience of a wine's character. The Finest glasses for both technical and hedonistic purposes are those made by Riedel. - The Wine Associate.
Construction: Machine-blown glass, made of over 24% lead crystal
Opening Diameter: 50mm
Maximum Diameter: 50mm
Internal Length: 143mm
Capacity: 160 ml
Origin: Bavaria, Germany
Cleaning/Care: Handwash with mild detergent
Cleaning Guide: See our guide on how to clean wine glasses
Love these champagne flutes. Great quality, nice shape and nice to hold, but most of all, very nice to drink champagne out of.