The Champagne glass is perfect for developing and displaying champagne’s complex characteristics. This glass allows a wide range of aromatics to unfold. Unlike a slim flute, the design allows the complex layers to grow, intensify and be released in a way that is not achieved with a narrow glass. The glass also includes a ‘sparkling point’ to aid the formation of the Champagne bubbles. Definition is an evolution of two previous Spiegelau collections: Willsberger (1982) and Hybrid (2011). With the help of proprietary new technology, Spiegelau introduces a modern collection of thin machine-made glasses. These stunningly elegant glasses are light as a feather, feel perfectly balanced in hand, and showcase wine’s aromas and flavours at their very best.
Spiegelau is in the best shape everywhere – whether it’s special glasses to enjoy special beers and wines or universal glasses that can be used in a versatile way: A Spiegelau glass can be raised for any occasion. The designers develop tasteful and practical everyday glasses that offer a perfect balance between proportion, shape and function. Spiegelau can look back on a long tradition of glass manufacture, which extends from the development of the finest glass mirrors for the historic royal houses of Europe through to the manufacture of robust yet elegant glasses for modern restaurants. For over five centuries, an effort has been made to combine traditional craftsmanship with innovative technologies in glass production. In keeping with its roots in traditional Bavarian craftsmanship, Spiegelau now uses the latest, most advanced technologies in order to guarantee that all glasses are absolutely robust and reliable. Spiegelau glasses thus not only possess a high level of brilliance but are also highly break resistant and dishwasher-safe.