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I first encountered Janes Robinson and Richard Brandon's wine glasses last year, but haven't been able to give them a serious workout until relatively recently. A couple of these have been sitting on my kitchen bench for months and I've tried many different styles on them. I have yet to meet a single person who has not tasted this glass.
Rendon is a London-based designer and Robinson is reportedly a world-renowned wine writer, and they collaborated on the design. The glass itself is lighter than the Zalto and more delicate on both sides, beautiful to handle and drink from. is the best Red, white and sparkling all taste at least as good, often better, as with other glasses I checked. It's hard to know how much fun it is to handle this tool: it's hardly a 'blind' taster, and prejudice. cannot be eliminated.
An important characteristic is the apparent fragility. I feel like the less you know about a wine glass, the more you'll enjoy using it. The less glass (or crystal, for that matter) between you and the wine, the better. I doubt its sharpness will make it easy to break, but designer Richard Brandon is confident enough to put it in the dishwasher. The best way. to clean them. The tendency of clumsy humans to break fragile crystals while washing in the sink or drying with a tea towel may be part of the text here.
The slogan is 'a glass for every wine', and the jeans say they work well with fortified, sweet wines and port, as well as reds, whites and sparklings. They aren't cheap, AUD $65 per steam, but they are beautiful hand-blown, blown, lead-free crystal. The set also includes two decanters and a water glass.
From his London studio, Richard Brandon creates timeless barware and tablecloth combinations that fuse the latest designs with the finest traditional techniques. Crafted by skilled artisans and heritage industries around the world, its crystal, bone china, and wine glasses are designed to challenge people's perception of what traditional materials look like. And they do so with a deep concern for the quality and standard of their products.
A strained glass is all you need to enjoy any wine at its best. Use this glass for any wine, regardless of color, including sparkling wine, port, sherry, sweet wine and anything you want to enjoy and enjoy to the fullest. . This format is specifically designed to help you get the most out of the aromas, flavors and textures of all wines.
Combining wine expertise and refined design, the Jancis Robinson Collection is the result of a truly collaborative collaboration between renowned product designer Richard Brandon and world-renowned wine expert Jancis Robinson. The wine glass is at the heart of the collection and has been specially designed to offer the best tasting experience for any wine, regardless of style or strength, including champagne, port, sherry and the like. beyond
As well as being practically perfect, the Jancis Robinson collection has been carefully designed to look refined, elegant and timeless. Richard Brandon is a London-based product designer internationally known for creating refined and vibrant tablecloths for the world's leading retailers. and hotels.
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