We're going back to basics. Read our interview with Riedel Australia and New Zealand's Managing Director Mark Baulderstone about the philosophy behind our products and how they are designed.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
We spoke with Miro Bellini about what makes Barrel Aged Beer special, why he loves Spiegelau, and what's ahead for the Australian Craft Beer industry.Read More
Ever wondered why the wine industry is so proud of our Shiraz Cabernet (or Cabernet Shiraz) blends? What makes this blend so special?Read More
Love your wine? Check out our simple go-to guide for popular Australian grape varieties, what to drink them in, and what to drink them with!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, the glass manufacturer rich in tradition, and Stephan Hinz, prize-winning bar manager and mixologist, have created something unique: a ten-part glass series that unites aesthetic, function, and the sensory experience. Standing up to the tough requirements of the gastronomic world, the Perfect Serve Collection fulfils the requirements of discerning mixologists and caterers.Read More
As the debate over Champagne glassware grows (flute or glass?), Riedel Australia's Managing Director Mark Baulderstone, and top Australian sommelier Joe Valore, discuss the ins and outs of all the options.
Click through to see the quick video!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