RIEDEL Sommeliers Hermitage
The Hermitage glass is perfect for balancing the fruit pepper and spice aromas, and gripping tannins often found in medium-bodied red wines. Its accentuated egg-shaped bowl brings forward the soft fruit, earthy characteristics, and highlights a long savoury finish. It brings out the wine's silky, velvety structure and balanced flavors.
Sommeliers was the world’s first wine friendly glass collection and a design revolution created by Claus J. Riedel (9th generation). The range adheres to the Bauhaus design principle of form follows function, as Claus J. Riedel had discovered that certain wines showed more depth and better balance when enjoyed from certain shapes. Thin-blown and unadorned, Sommeliers was the beginning of RIEDEL's dominance of the global wine glass market.
This product is handmade and dishwasher safe.
Our master glassmakers individually craft each item so every piece has a unique character. Due to the nature of crafting, small tolerances in the size and weight of each product, tiny bubbles, imperfections, or slight surface variations are an acceptable part of the process.
This pack contains a single piece.
Rioja, Malbec, Syrah Old World, Ribera del Duero, Cornas, Côtes du Rhône Rouge, Crozes Hermitage, Bonarda, Tinto Reserva, Priorat, Amarone, Carignan, Châteauneuf-du-Pape (blanc), Alma Valley, Sangiovese, Côtes du Roussillon, Aglianico, Vino Nobile di Montepulciano, Barbera, Touriga Nacional, Cannonau, Blaufränkisch, Nero d'Avola, Saperavi, Zweigelt, Bobal, St. Joseph (red), Petite Sirah, Cahors, Teroldego, St. Laurent, Côte Rôtie, Refosco, Crianza, Lagrein, Côtes du Ventoux, Montsant, Madiran, Grenache/Granacha, Gran Reserva, Mourvèdre, Hermitage (Rouge), Cinsault, Pinotage, Norton, Valpolicella
Year of design 1995
Volume 590.0 ccm
Height 235.0 mm
Box quantity 1
Type of Manufacturing handmade
Owning a handmade Sommeliers glass is like owning a piece of history - the collection defined a new modern age thanks to their thin, undecorated, functional design. Though they are now over 40 years old, the Grape Varietal Specific shapes remain more or less unchanged over time, demonstrating their groundbreaking innovation.