I drink a fair amount of wine. I am drinking wine now. It’s a nice, inexpensive California Cab, Lesse-Fitch. I buy it for around $8 at World Market when they have 30% off a half case sale. I’m not a wine aficionado; rather I am a wine drinking aficionado. I’d score myself around a 4.5; a pretty good wine drinker.
I’ve noticed that wine goes good with gear reviews or almost anything else you are doing, except working out. So tonight we are going to review some European gear. It seems fitting as I have just returned from a business trip to London. Over the years I’ve had to buy quite a few wine glasses. While I am a good wine drinker, I kinda suck at holding a wine glass without breaking it. I decided to seek out a wine glass that could hold a significant amount of red wine, felt great in my hand and, if it ever should leave my hand, had the best chance of survival!
Behold the German-made Schott Zweisel Tristan Crystal Stemware collection! Leese Fitch sold separately! James Laube from Wine Spectator calls this the perfect wine glass. Elegant weight, attractively thin glass with a sturdy stem, this glassware has withstood Daly use without any casualties in six months!
So, the next time you are in the market for some new wine gear, consider this completely lead-free crystal glass, manufactured using the most environmentally sensitive technology available. Schott Zwiesel crystal glass is the leading choice among wine connoisseurs the world over.
Schott Zwiesel crystal glass has added titanium for strength and added zirconium for crystal clarity, making it dishwasher safe for years of enjoyment.
For gear reviews or any occasion, Schott Zwiesel crystal glass is sure to impress.