Sophienwald Phoenix Burgundy Glass (Single)
Sophienwald have been producing their delicate, hand-made, mouth blown glasses since 2014, at the former site of the Stölzle family glassworks in Alt-Nagelberg. Here glass of world fame was produced from 1725 onwards and from 1847 onwards under the management of the Stölzle family until 2006. In their family "Kugler" there has been a connection to glassmaking for a long time - the "Kugler" was a qualified hollow glass fine grinder. Ernest Kugler has conducted and documented extensive research on former glassworks in the Gföhlerwald.
Their work has achieve outstanding recognition and customer satisfaction both national and internationally from the highest professional circles. The glasses are designed to meet the highest demands of the art of sommelier whilst at the same time combining all the advantages to meet the needs of the modern household. Their glasses are fine and delicate with a contemporary design to fit the modern ambience.
With a unique surface and perfectly angled sides that only hand-blown crystal glass can offer, the bowls of the Sophienwald glasses literally grip the aroma molecules and guide them towards your nose. This provides a full flavour spectrum of the wine.
White and Red Burgundy wines show off their elegance and finesse in the Sophienwald Phoenix Bourgogne Glass. As a result, the wines have a large oxidation surface to grow. Any minor surplus alcohols and acids can evaporate ideally.
- mouth-blown guaranteed, finest glass of highest quality
- slight and elegant, thin and elastic
The Finer Details
Style - Burgundy Wine Glass
Country - Austria
Height - 225 mm
Volume - 710 ml
* Care instructions: To ensure that you can enjoy your Sophienwald glasses for a long time, always use a "gentle" washing programme (fine programme) with a maximum water temperature of 50ºC when washing in the dishwasher. Also make sure that you use an economical dosage of liquid detergent. Always place the glasses in the basket with the opening facing downwards and avoid cleaning them together with very dirty dishes.