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Riedel 'O' Champagne Stemless Glass (Set of 2)

 

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In 2006 the Riedel introduced a casual way to enjoy Champagne and sparkling wine with the arrival of their “O” Champagne Glass, which has now been revised in a more elegant but still casual appearance. After all, there is something worth celebrating every day.
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A modern minimalist take on the champagne flute. Great for outdoors, yet still stylish and proper.
Jason B on Mar 9, 2016
I've been hearing about the new "best shape" for sparkling wines, replacing flutes, and thought I'd try the best. I like stemless wine glasses because they're harder to knock over.
Joseph E on Jan 21, 2016
A modern minimalist take on the champagne flute. Great for outdoors, yet still stylish and proper.
Jason B on Mar 9, 2016
Recommended by other users as a great gift.
Carla G on Feb 6, 2016
I've been hearing about the new "best shape" for sparkling wines, replacing flutes, and thought I'd try the best. I like stemless wine glasses because they're harder to knock over.
Joseph E on Jan 21, 2016
My daughter requested them.
Gail H on Jan 17, 2016
I ordered this stemless set because it was on my daughter's wish list for Christmas.
Jean L on Dec 19, 2015
Because my wife loves the bubbly...stemless fits in the cup holder better
JAMES D on Nov 27, 2015
We have other Riedel stemless glass and love them! This will add to our set.
Robert P on Sep 29, 2015
Because while it's beautiful for champagne, it also works for small pours of other kinds of wine.
Susan G on Aug 29, 2015
Just returned from a trip to France and this is the type of glass used in restaurants there. I bought these to remind me of that special trip.
Maryellen S on Jul 30, 2015
As a gift for a champagne fan who enjoys the outdoor setting and it appears to be more stable than one with a stem.
Frances P on Jun 27, 2015
gift
Chase M on Jan 26, 2015
gift for a champagne loving friend
allison r on Jan 21, 2015
I love Reidel glasses and the stemless option is fun and honestly I have less breakage.
Stephanie O on Jan 8, 2015
Beautiful
Jonathan B on Dec 29, 2014
they are cool
ROGER R on Dec 8, 2014
Needed some champagne glasses for home and we like using stemless glasses.
Beth D on Nov 23, 2014
This is a Christmas gift for my sister. Anyone who drinks champagne every Sunday should do so from the best flutes!
Cathy G on Nov 6, 2014
Riedel quality a given, clean lines. no stems more practical.
Mary S on Sep 22, 2014
Different style of Champagne glass
Linda C on Aug 20, 2014
A very casual and modern choice selected to help embark a young and newly married couple enjoy celebratory moments. Cheers, Anthony & Nina!!!
Rhode L on Jul 24, 2014
Recommended by other users as a great gift.
Carla G on Feb 6, 2016
My daughter requested them.
Gail H on Jan 17, 2016
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After reading other comments I need to write also.
Riedel are not necessarily "the best". They are the best at in-your-face marketing advertising that you absolutely must have a particular glass style for every particular wine style.
They are relentless and it's started the trend. Stemless have been in Europe for ages. Other brands like Stolzle, Spieglau (part of Riedel group, same quality) and Luigi Bormioli (made in Italy, superb quality) and Plumm are eually comparable and price-competitive.
The amusing thing is that consumers can be easily led.
Riedel are experts at introducing a new designer's line of the same styles of glasses produced, every one better than the previous (why? they don't say how or why?) but then what to do with the ones we have, to replace with the new?
Great business, replacing wine glasses every time a new style for this or that wine comes on market.
Stemless champagne flutes need to be handled only at the top half inch (the empty part) of the glass otherwise the sparkling wine will be warmed by the hand that holds it. Or, drink it quickly before it warms from the hands and standing on the surface it stands on. Nothing wrong with the old (stemless) jamjar then ! Laughingly, it's what I used to put out for a very expressive-talking-with-the-hands husband when he had had a few. The stemless range are not "harder" to knock over, they are lower, but spills still happen. Sometimes, people, sit on your hands ! We've had many laughs about the trend of stemless and funny experiences.
And, Riedel being the best....have you noticed the glasses with the joins? Joins up the stems, they are cheaply made into moulds. But if people must have them, they must !
We have some.stemless but now that everyone's producing them, must tell you that we found Krosno stemless for $2.80 each at the Japanese store Daiso, whose glasware is made in Europe as wella s Japan and China. Shop around people !! Thanks for all the fun.
April 5, 2016