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A classic design, with wide bowl and delicate rim, the Ouverture Magnum glass pairs perfectly with your favourite Rude wine. Machine blown from fine crystal, this beautiful glass will maximise your wine drinking pleasure!

A pair of fine crystal wine glasses from the world's top glassware company: Riedel.
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The Riedel Family

Arguably the world's top wine glass company, the Austrian-based Riedel family have over 250 years of experience to drawn on in the business of producing fine crystal glassware, owing much of their success to Claus Riedel who was the first person to design glasses based on the characteristics of the liquid inside them.

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Fine Crystal Glassware

With a dizzying array of both hand and machine-blown glasses and decanters, Riedel produces fine glassware for any and every occasion, with the drinker's pleasure at the forefront of their mind.

The Wine Advocate

"The finest glasses for both technical and hedonistic purposes are those made by Riedel. The effect of these glasses on fine wine is profound. I cannot emphasize enough what a difference they make." (Quote: Robert M. Parker, Jr. The Wine Advocate)

Nice Glasses

I love Riedel glasses, a great addition to the case of wine.

By Helen on 29th June 2016

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Mint Fizz

A cool, crisp Prosecco cocktail with zesty and floral notes makes for a perfect sun-downer or party piece. Serves 1.


1 glass Prosecco Superiore Valdobbiadene
2 tbsp elderflower cordial
Mint sprig
2 lime wedges
1 wine glass


Pour the elderflower cordial into a wine glass, squeeze the juice from one of the lime wedges into the glass. Add a few ice cubes, the mint, the remaining lime wedge, then top up with Prosecco. Stir and serve.

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