SKU 1950/19-20

RIEDEL Decanter Mamba R.Q.

The alluring Mamba decanter channels the vigor of the famous Black Mamba, the world’s fastest snake. Following on from the serpentine Eve decanter (2008), the Mamba’s poised upright stance and coiled design creates a series of air pockets which “double decants" the wine. As the wine makes its journey through the curvaceous glass, the Mamba emits a gurgle: an aural reminder of the vigorous decanting as a result of its design. The Mamba decanter is recommended for young wines. This decanter is designed for a single bottle of wine. This pack contains a single piece. This product is handmade. Please handwash only. The RIEDEL Bottle Cleaner cannot be used with this product as they can become lodged and unable to remove. RQ = this item is supplied as "Restaurant Quality" meaning that it may contain small imperfections when compared to the same item in "best quality" and, as such, is offered at a special purchase price exclusively for use in restaurants.
RIEDEL Decanter Mamba R.Q.

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"I prefer to decant wines, both young and old. It is a sign of respect for old wines and a sign of confidence in young wines. Decanting old wines, just a few moments before thy are served, helps to ensure that the wines' clarity and brilliance are not obscured by any deposit than may have developed over time. Decanting young wines several hours before they are served gives the wine a chance to bloom and attain a stage of developement the normally requires years of aging."
Christian Moueix – President of the Négociant house ètablissements Jean-Pierre Moueix