250 YEARS AND 11 GENERATIONS

RIEDEL

A LEADER IN GLASSWARE

The Riedel brand revolutionised basic glassware when Claus J. Riedel, 9th generation, designed the first collection of wine-friendly stemware in 1974. He laid the groundwork for glassware that was designed first with purpose then with aesthetics. His masterpiece series “Sommeliers” set a precedent, designed specifically to enhance wine’s harmony.

Georg J. Riedel, 10th generation, revolutionised his father’s research when he introduced Riedel Sensory Workshops as a method of testing their products. With the help of master sommeliers and winemakers, he introduced his very first grape varietal specific series Vinum in 1986, which works with wine's DNA to show more depth and better balance.

Maximilian Riedel, 11th generation, took over as CEO in 2014. He has continued to drive the company forward with the introduction of the O Series, varietal-specific wine tumblers, and his imaginative series of snake decanters. Maximilian cemented the brand’s commitment to the hospitality industry with the introduction of the Restaurant portfolio, giving the on-premise sector access to the Riedel’s quality and philosophy at a lower price point.

Innovative and ever-evolving, Riedel continues to lead the charge on modern, functional glassware.

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Grape varietal specific

WHY SHAPE MATTERS

Riedel stemware has been specifically designed to translate the "message" of wine to the human senses. They feature finely-tuned bowl shapes consisting of three variables - shape, size and rim diameter - workshopped to elevate your wine drinking experience.

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Fatto A Mano Performance

2019

First presented in 2019 is a combination of two successful series and marries refined craftsmanship (for the stem and the base) and the precision of a machine (for the bowl). Riedel Fatto a Mano Performance consists of four parts and is produced in the factory in Kufstein. The glasses in this series are made of crystal glass and are dishwasher-safe. The variations are: black stem and transparent base, or transparent stem and black base.

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Maximilan Riedel swirls a RIEDEL Performance Champagne Wine Glass<br/>
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The elegantly dressed Maximilian Riedel smells red wine in a RIEDEL Superleggero Burgundy Grand Cru glass.<br/>
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Participants of a RIEDEL wine glass tasting pouring red wine from a plastic cup into a RIEDEL Sommeliers Burgundy Grand Cru glass.<br/>
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Maximilian Riedel on a stage moderating a RIEDEL wine glass tasting in front of an audience.<br/>
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