Like Champagne? You’re in luck: French producers are gushing over the perfect weather that’s shaping up to make 2015 one exceptional vintage.
As harvest comes to an end, experts from Champagne Duval-Leroy and Champagne Henri Giraud are predicting that the increasing trend of high interest in this sparkling wine should continue as excitement over the 2015 vintage grows. Credit Mother Nature for high temps in summer and soaking late August rain.
Below, discover our quick guide to choosing appropriate Champagne glassware. Pop the cork on your current French favorite or some stateside sparkler—there’s a glass for every occasion.
Showcase the beauty of bubbles and watch a stream of them bounce from the swirling helical incision in the bowl when you sip from our Aero Flute, pleasing several senses at once. Perhaps you’ll select the elegant Crescendo Champagne Flute, which complements the classic pieces in our other lines.
If any flaws are present in your Champagne, don’t worry—the Intenso Flute is tested by master sommeliers and forged with a different shape to reduce flaws and allow you and your guests to taste Champagne perfected. Or try our Hypnos Flute, with its eye-catching clever shape that delights the eye while swirling. Better yet, here’s a fun fact: it’s crafted with our proprietry SON.hyx ultr-clear formula (as is the above Aero, Crescendo and Intenso glassware)—which means your product has a 25-year guarantee. Now that’s something to be excited about!
At Luigi Bormioli, we take pride in our Italian-crafted, superior quality glassware. Your glasses created using our proprietary SON.hyx ultra-clear formula, will retain their brilliant and transparent appearance, backed by our 25-year guarantee that guards against chipping on the rim or foot, as well as discoloration or cloudiness resulting from washing. You will enjoy their beauty, durability and strength for many years to come. We aim to enhance your tabletop lifestyle and entertaining experience with a glass for every occasion. When the moment matters, the glass matters.