GRASSL GLASS

 

 

Used and Preferred By Some Of The
Best Wineries Around The World

Domaine Jean-Marc Roulot
Bacchus Family Wine
Sentio
Castagna
Domenica
Traviarti
Izway Wines

 

Grassl's Craftmanship 

 

 

 

 

 

It requires 5 artisans to create a mouth-blown Grassl glass. Each of the production steps requires years of apprenticeship before being deemed experienced enough to create these glasses. Their ability to recreate a unique product with exceptionally similar tolerances and consistency is remarkable.


Our quality checks are meticulous and only the very best stems will make it into the customer's hands. All glasses that do not pass the inspections are 100% recyclable without a loss in purity and quality.

Grassl's Materials

An oxy-fueled fired furnace melts glassmaking sand, soda, dolomite, potassium, potassium oxide and recycled glass. This 1700°C hot, lead-free molten mass resembles the composition of pure rock crystal. 

All Grassl glasses are produced and crafted from lead-free crystal.

Care Instructions

Dishwasher safe. All Grassl Glass are made from lead-free and durable crystal.

 

Personal Accounts From
Leading 
European Winemakers

Jean-Marc Roulot - Liberté Glass

He uses the Grassl glass for his tasting rooms, he loves the precision of the nose and the detail.

Stella di Campalto - Cru Glass

Brings out the warm elements in her Brunello.

Lodovico Antinori
(Tenuta Biserno) - 1855 & Liberté Glasses

He uses the glass privately.

Leon Femfert
(Nittardi) - Cru Glass

He uses the glass for press events “It brings out the very best in my wines, it's the best glass for Sangiovese on the market.”
Raphael Maye
(Simon Maye et fils) - Liberté Glass
He uses the glass for press events and privately “overall the best all-round glass.”
Silvia Altare
(Elio Altare) - Cru Glass

Uses the glass privately “It's a pleasure to drink from the Cru glass, it opens the wine.” 

For more information on Grassl Glass, please visit https://grasslglass.com/

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