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RIEDEL Vitis Martini

The tall machine-made Martini glass of the elegant glass collection Vitis is the essential glassware for every home bar. The steeply rising sides of this glass best benefit the spirits of the classic Martini to open up and help to release its complex aromas. RIEDEL's highest machine-made fine crystal glass is the pinnacle of modern stemmed-glass technology featuring higly sophisticated grape varietal specific bowls on a pulled stem. All RIEDEL glasses are dishwasher safe.
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EUR 58,00 incl. tax, excl. shipping
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Vitis

2007

VITIS is a varietal specific stemware line and its award winning architectural design, represents the pinnacle of translating a wine’s message to the human senses. Each grape varietal carries its unique DNA which denotes the wine’s individual fingerprint. The RIEDEL glass designs are based on the exceptional characteristics of each grape variety, which in turn determines the shape, size and rim diameter of the bowl. VITIS also offers extra height in the stem for added elegance on your table.

RIEDEL Vitis Martini

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