Diva All-Purpose Wine Glasses (Set of 6) by Schott Zwiesel
From Schott Zwiesel, these all purpose wine glasses hold your favorite white or red wine. Developed from a special material, titanium crystal, these revolutionary wine glasses offer a brilliant luster while being highly resistant to scratching, chipping and breaking even at the most sensitive areas... See complete description »
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From Schott Zwiesel, these all purpose wine glasses hold your favorite white or red wine. Developed from a special material, titanium crystal, these revolutionary wine glasses offer a brilliant luster while being highly resistant to scratching, chipping and breaking even at the most sensitive areas—the rim and stem joints. Created in a classic bowl shape, the glasses blend well with casual and formal settings and stand up to daily use and thousands of cycles in your dishwasher, without any blemishes or loss of brilliance.
The Diva Tritan by Schott Zwiesel is a breakthrough in crystal glass! After years of extensive research, Schott Zwiesel has revolutionized the wine glass with an incredibly pure, hard and clear crystal glass that's highly resistant to chipping and breaking even at its most sensitive areas - the rim and at the points where the stem joins the bowl and the foot. The glasses stand up to daily use and thousands of cycles in your dishwasher, without any blemishes or loss of brilliance.
yeah so I'm a wine glass klutz. I found these when I was helping my brother find a gift for his girlfriend and had to get myself a set. First, they are big - but fun. Second, they are breakable, but not as easy to break as others. I also have a cat who loves knocking them over after realizing she doesn't want what's inside - she has knocked these over several times on a glass coffee table and they haven't broken. Knocked one over on the Wii Fit and shattered. So, they are more durable and I've had people confuse them for Reidel. Not cheap, but cheaper than Reidel and you don't cry when you break one.
One of them broke while I was only holding it in my hands to dry it. These claim to be practically indestructible but I was simply drying it with a cloth and it broke right in my hands. And I was being gentle. I couldn't believe it. Other than that, they're very nice. I love the big size - and they are definitely big. Probably a little bigger than a regular red wine glass. They're sily smooth and velvety to hold, really luxurious feeling in your hand. I adore the large size and the length of the stem. You can really appreciate the bouquet of red, and even white, wine in these glasses. I would be careful handling them. I have found all the hype about them not breaking to be inaccurate.
All glasses break. These do to but at a greatly reduced rate. They are a delight to drink wine with as the bowl allows you to take in the aromas and the wine. The design of the glass is well balanced to hold in your hand and use.
Really good glasses. Nice shape, nice weight, good feel. All of those things make them worthy of recommendation. <br><br>I have to say, the best thing about titanium crystal is kocking them over on the table to show friends that they don't break. It works on a wood table, and we also accidentally knocked them onto a plate edge and they were fine. They're fun.<br><br>We use them often. They're oversized and far more difficult to fit in the diswasher that other white glasses, but we still really like them.
these are great glasses for a small intimate gathing of friends. and since I am a disabled veteren in a wheelchair. I have several gathings a week in which I cook and I have other veterens and there wives over to discuss how to keep your life going.
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