Riedel O Viognier/Chardonnay Glasses Buy 6 Get 8 (P/N 5414/85).
You can now fit your wine glasses easily in cupboards and the top rack of the dishwasher.
These Riedel O glasses are tailored to bring out the extraordinary combination of perfume and body in Viognier, Chardonnay and over 30 white wines.
- 3-7/8" tall, with a maximum capacity of 11.25 oz. for an average serving size of 3 oz.
- Bowl specifications are identical to the innovative Vinum line, in a more affordable, trend-setting version.
- Machine-made lead-free glass is dishwasher safe.
Recommended for: Bordeaux (mature), Bordeaux (white), Chablis, Chardonnay (unoaked), Chateaneuf-du-Pape (Blanc), Condrieu, Cortese, Cotes du Rhone Blanc, Fume Blanc, Graves blanc, Grenache Blanc/Garnacha Blanca, Hermitage (blanc), Macabeo, Marsanne, Melon de Bourgogne (Muscadet), Montagny, Morillon (unoaked), Muscadet, Muscadine, Neuburger, Palomino (except Sherry), Pessac Leognan (Blanc), Pinot (Blanc, Grigio, Gris), Ribolla Gialla, Sauvignon blanc (oaked), Soave, St. Joseph (white), Trebbiano, Vin de Savoie (blanc), Viognier
Why choose this set over similar glasses?
- Concerned that without a stem to hold you'll be warming your wine? Riedel O drinkers say you won't notice the difference.
- No stem also means fewer spills.
- The lowest priced glass for Chardonnay among the Riedel lines.
O Chardonnay wine glasses are ideal for everyday use, yet offer an uncompromising experience for the pure enjoyment of wine.
- Design parameters are based on the benchmark shapes of Riedel Vinum
- Ideal for everyday use
- Machine-made from lead-free crystal
- Special Value-Set pricing
Capacity: 11.25 oz
Size: 3 7/8 h (in)
Weight: 3.5 lb
Frequently Asked Questions
How does the quality of Riedel's new lead-free crystal compare to its 24% lead crystal glass?
Riedel recently began the process of converting all of its glassware from lead to lead-free glass crystal, and eventually all of Riedel's glassware will be lead-free. We compared lead vs the lead-free (Sommelier Bordeaux Grand Cru glasses side by side, and found it difficult to distinguish between the glasses. It seemed like the lead-free glasses had thinner stems and rims, while the 24% lead glasses seemed slightly heaver in the hand. There was no discernable difference in the balance, clarity or construction of the glasses.