Introducing the latest series from Nachtmann's NEXTGEN project, CURVE.Read More
Since the launch of its successful Craft Beer series in 2013, Spiegelau has partnered with top brewers and experts to develop a range of glassware specifically designed for certain beer styles.
The latest product, the Craft Pils glass, was developed in late 2016 with Trumer Privatbrauerei. The renowned Austrian brewery is headquartered in Obertrum near Salzburg, and is considered a specialist in pilsner-style beers.Read More
The latest series from Nachtmann NEXTGEN is listed alongside Australia’s best designs for 2017.Read More
Introducing the latest series from Nachtmann's NEXTGEN project, PUNK.Read More
Maximilian J. Riedel, eleventh generation and the current Riedel CEO, introduces the outstanding Mamba Double Magnum decanter, a tribute to the 260th anniversary of his family’s business.
This unique vessel, which holds a double magnum of wine (three litres), pays homage to the company's venerable past while at the same time representing its role as a leader in glassware design today.Read More
Spiegelau and four North American craft breweries have turned their attention to barrel aged beers, with the debut of a new glass within Spiegelau’s Craft Beer range.
As with all the glasses in this series, the manufacturer from the Bavarian forest hosted numerous tasting workshops, resulting in a glass that perfectly presents the complex profile of barrel-stored beers.Read More
On Tuesday 24 March, 10th generation glassmaker Georg J. Riedel, alongside Quartz Reef winemaker Rudi Bauer, presented Riedel’s latest varietal glass to the New Zealand media. The glass is the accumulation of a two year project with the Central Otago Winemakers Association, and has been designed to work specifically with Central Otago, and wider New Zealand, Pinot Noirs.Read More
Following a two-year project with the region, Riedel announces the release of its Central Otago Pinot Noir glass.
Now known as New Zealand's own Riedel glass, this is only the second glass to be workshopped based on a variety of wine from a single region.Read More
Georg J. Riedel journeyed to New Zealand on a side trip from his recent visit to Australia. While he was there, he hosted a workshop with twenty winemakers and wine writers, to find the best glass for Central Otago's Pinot Noir.Read More