Stylish glasses for sophisticated drops

The right wine for every dish

Wine connoisseurs know that the right glass matters: A wine unfolds its aroma particularly well when it is allowed to breath in the right glass. Whether you’re enjoying a Christmas roast, seafood or vegetarian delicacy - chose the right wine for the dish and serve it in the perfectly suited glass. You are guaranteed to find the right one with us.

For a roast
a full-bodied red wine

A velvety, full-bodied red wine with strawberry notes - like a Pinto Noir, Spätburgunder or Spanish Rioja -pair best with veal and beef.

The right glass

The wine aroma develops outstandingly inside the Boston red wine goblets with the diamond-pattern. The red and green versions look especially festive at Christmas time.

Wine recommendation: Avoir Reserva 2011

(Black cherry, cassis, vanilla, cinnamon, chocolate, cedar)

Wine recommendation: Barón de Ley Finca Montasterio 2012

(Cherry, plum, eucalyptus, chocolate, cedar wood, coconut)

For game
a strong-bodied red wine

The strong flavors of game pair best with a classic, intense Bordeaux or Cabernet Sauvignon with heavy tannin and spicy notes.

The right glass

The red wine goblets Purismo for strong tannin and demanding wines bring out the spicy aromas of venison and rabbit particularly good.

For fish
a light white wine or rosé

Chardonnay or white burgundy, with their typical freshness and levity, pair outstandingly with fish, whether steamed or fried.

The right glass

The subtly elegant Octavie white wine glass with a sparkling cut-diamond look and wide round bowl, is like it is made just for a delicate bouquet.

Wine recommendation: Viña Tobía Rosado 2015

(red plum, strawberry, raspberry)

Wine recommendation: Cepunto Blanco

(papaya, lemon, pink grapefruit, Mediterranean herbs, almond)

For seafood
a sparkling white wine

Choose a fine sparkling wine for lobster, mussels, squid or octopus, such as an elegant Riesling, Pino Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc.

The right glass

The tall and slender flute of the hand-blown Grand Royal Platinum white wine goblets create a wonderful moment of pure enjoyment.

For vegetarian dishes
a dry and fruity wine

A red Beaujolais pairs excellently with steamed vegetables or gratins. A semi-dry Pino Gris or Grüner Veltliner is a real treat when served with grilled vegetables, risotto or salads.

The right glass

The unobtrusive Entrée collection provides the right wine glass for your menu without a fuss.

Wine recommendation: Albet i Noya Curiós Xarel·lo 2015

(Lime quince, white peach, fennel, grass)


A feast has to be celebrated with champagne, naturally! Champagne is a sparkling wine from the Champagne area in France. It is subject to strict production criteria and earns the name only when from a strictly demarcated area, hand picked, and produced according to the “méthode champenoise", a special bottle fermentation. For classic champagne, only 3 types of grapes may be used and the bottles closed with a natural corks.

Sparkling wine is the term currently used to refer to all quality sparkling wines that cannot be called Champagne. This doesn’t mean that sparkling wine is poorer quality than Champagne. Sparkling wines are produced through the same bottle fermentation as champagne. So when you treat yourself to a ‘Vin Mousseux’ or ‘Crémant’ in France, a ‘Cava’ in Spain, ‘Spumante Metodo Classico’ in Italy, ‘Winzersekt’ in Germany or a ‘Hauersekt’ in Austria – you are getting the same quality.

In the end, it’s a matter of taste!

We offer exquisite glasses for lovers of champagne and sparkling wine in our different collections.

Browse the assortment and find the glass that suits you for your favorite sparkling wine


Have you ever wondered what the ‘brut’ or ‘brut de brut’ is all about? In wine jargon, that is the dosage and one of the secrets of champagne producers. It is added to the champagne before corking and gives the champagne its particular taste, from extremely dry to sweet. The different designations tell how much residual sugar is still in the sparkling wine.

Brut Nature (Brut Zéro, Brut de Brut, Brut Sauvage, Ultra Brut, Pas Dosé, Dosage Zero, Naturherb): less than 3 grams of sugar per liter No dosage is added to the finished sparkling wine in this case.

Extra Brut (Extra Herb): less than 6 grams per liter.

Brut (Bruto, Herb): less than 12 grams per liter – the standard for dry sparkling wine

Extra Dry (Très Sec, Extra Secco, Extra Seco, Extra Trocken): less than 20 grams per liter

Sec (Secco, Seco, Dry, Trocken): less than 35 grams per liter

Demi-Sec (Semisecco, Abbocato, Semi Seco, Medium Dry, Halbtrocken): less than 50 grams per liter

Doux Dolce, Dulce, Sweet, Süß): more than 50 grams per liter