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SAMPLE: Titanium Vintner's Tasting Glass

SKU: SAMPLE-TI-38

Availability: In stock

Quick Overview

 
The Ravenscroft Crystal Amplifier Vintner's Tasting glass is the true professional taster. Trusted by wineries across the country, there is no better glass to critically evaluate a wine. The Vintner's Tasting glass is unforgiving of flaws, while at the same time flattering of finesse. This envelope expanding Vintner's Tasting Glass is handmade from brilliant lead-free glass.
  • Punted grip
  • Durable, lead-free
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Item No.: TI-38 | Height: 4.25" | Capacity: 14 ounces
  • No minimum case order required
  • Usually ships same day
  • Availability: In stock

    Details

    The Ravenscroft Crystal Titanium Collection is made for the most discriminating restaurants, wineries, tasting rooms, and catering establishments in the world. This envelope expanding Vintner's Tasting Glass is handmade from brilliant lead-free glass. Elegant and economically priced, the Ravenscroft Vintner's Tasting Glass gives every vineyard and wine bar the opportunity to be able to afford the finest tasting glass available. The Vintner's tasting glass favorite of many wineries and wine bars. This unique tasting glass, with indents, and a punt, that allows for a light and easy grip and isolation from body heat. This is a different method of production from our similar tasting glass made in Europe of lead-free crystal. Of course, the price is very different. We produce it using a different handmade technique making it possible to produce it at a price point that is painless to wineries and tasting rooms.

    • Punted grip
    • Durable, lead-free
    • Dishwasher-safe
    • Painlessly priced!
    • No minimum case order required
    • Usually ships same day

    Etching services available. Please contact 212-463-9834 or info@ravenscroftcrystal.com for more information.

    Recommended Varieties: Bordeaux, Brunello, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot

    Item No.: TI-38 | Height: 4.25" | Capacity: 14 ounces