Fortessa Tableware Solutions will be debuting three new Zwiesel Glas collections this fall. The lines include the company’s “handmade by machine” stemware.
Vervino hits the U.S. market with a collection of eight glasses including Sauvignon Blanc, Cabernet, Champagne, Bordeaux, and Burgundy stemware. The thin-walled bowl, elongated stem, and wider foot are designed to enhance the drama of both the wine at hand and the table. Available now in six piece sets with a suggested retail price of $95.99.
Prizma is designed to be a sophisticated endeavor for a machine-made collection and consists of five glasses including Cabernet, Riesling, and Bordeaux. Like a prism, the optic lines inside the bowl refract light and encourage aeration when swirling. Prizma’s wide bowl paired with a tapered opening trap aromas in the glass, enhancing the nose and offer sensory enjoyment. Available now and sold in six piece sets at a suggested retail price of $107.99.
The six glasses in the Banquet collection offer an easy profile and soft-curves, making it a casual stem that’s as comfortable in front of the TV as it is elegant on the dinner table, the company said. Sold in sets of six with a suggested retail price of less than $50.