Developed in conjunction with Philippe Jamesse, head sommelier at Les Crayères two-michelin star restaurant in Reims, this elegant glass is designed with a wider bowl to allow the wine to open and best reveal the aromas, yet curves back in to trap the the aromas in the space at the top of the glass. This ensures maximum drinking pleasure.
This glass is a smaller capacity version of the Grand Champagne 45 and suitable for non-vintage champagnes.
“With a large breathing surface, all the subtleties of this fragile, yet strong, wine emerge,” M. Jamesse explains.
Mouth blowing techniques from some of the finest artisans in France ensure that these glasses are incredibly fine, light and elegant to drink from.
The art of mouth blowing glass goes back 2000 years ago, it requires great discipline, patience and a unique know-how. This technique involves high manufacturing abilities and great precision particularly when assembling the foot and the stem.
In collaboration with Master Glassmakers, Lehmann Glass wanted to create contemporary & original collections manufactured in collaboration with the purest traditions.
Mouth-blown techniques ensures an optimum quality of the glass and allows for freedom in the creation of shapes. This technique results in very light glass, a transparent and reflection-free bowl and incomparable rim thinness.
The quality of mouth-blown glass makes each wine tasting unique and particular!
Capacity: 30 cl - 10 oz
Height: 215 mm
Diameter: 77 mm
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Price is for a box of 6 glasses, please select the number of boxes you wish to order.