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RIEDEL Fatto A Mano Old World Pinot Noir Black

The exceptional handmade Old World Pinot Noir glass of the eye-catching glass collection Fatto A Mano stands out due to a black stem. The shape of the bowl supports peatiness flavor and the taste of plum of these sensual red wines. Combining the sophistication of handmade glass in the style of the ancient Venetian tradition with the very latest glass making technology. All RIEDEL glasses are dishwasher safe.
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Fatto A Mano

2017

„Fatto a Mano“ combines the sophistication of hand-made glass in the style of the ancient Venetian tradition with the very latest 21st century glass making technology, using fully automated machine-blown techniques. The ancient, colorful Venetian glass making tradition inspired and ignited the thought process and lead the way towards the required design, where the stem and base would be made by hand and the bowl blown by machine.

RIEDEL Fatto A Mano Old World Pinot Noir Black

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