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Machine-blown of brilliant 24-percent lead crystal, 37-1/8-ounce decanter easily holds one 750ml bottle of wine; 9 inches high.
Now called Vinum XL Pinot Noir, this is Riedel's specialized Oregon Pinot Noir glass, designed to enhance the distinctive aroma and flavor characteristics of Oregon Pinot. It's even a favorite of K&L's Burgundy buyer! Price is per stem. Ships by the case of 6 only.
In Store Holiday Special! Receive a free decanter with any case purchase through Dec 31, 2016 In Store or Will Call only. Possibly the greatest Champagne glass ever! Our Champagne buyer, Gary Westby, came back from the region raving about this glass -- and for good reason. It's perfectly shaped, with a fantastic feel and a great price. This is the most exciting new piece of glassware that we have found at K&L in many years, and the very best way to enjoy Champagne. Philippe Jamesse is the Sommelier at Château Les Crayeres in Reims, the luxury destinatio... Read More »
This elegant, lead-free crystal decanter is designed to aerate your wines while providing ease of pouring with its delicately slanted neck.
Functional, elegant and a great value, this lead free decanter is perfect for getting a little air to that young red you just can't resist now or enjoying that gem you've held onto for years.
Special order by the case of 4 only - In Store Pickup Riedel "recommends serving dry Champagne in flutes, since these best bring out the fine aromas of the high-quality base wines from which it is made. Many wine-lovers unfortunately are quite unaware of this superb bouquet, since champagne is all too often served either in coupes or in glasses that are too small (and thus filled to the brim) - neither of which can convey any aromas at all. This flute, filled with four ounces of Champagne, concentrates the unique, yeasty bouquet of great Champagnes, whil... Read More »