German glassware company Eisch has been around since 1946, when Valentin Eisch left his job as a master engraver at a crystal glass factory to start his own company. Eisch is still family-owned today, and now run by the family’s third generation.
Using a proprietary (read: top secret!) development called SensiPlus (part of the actual composition of the glass), Eisch’s glasses reveal the complexity and flavors of each wine after you pour. No aerating or swirling (or in our case, spilling) required—just pour and let the wine shine. SensiPlus does not utilize any sprays, coatings, or chemicals. The wine experts can vouch for their superiority: the glasses are endorsed by the Culinary Institute of America, and used at several of their restaurants! The light and thin glass are available in 3 traditional shapes—Bordeaux, Chardonnay, and Burgundy—and sold in sets of 2.
Made in: Germany
Made of: Lead-free crystal
Size: Sold in sets of 2.
Burgundy glasses are 3.82" in diameter x 8" H and hold 16.6 ounces; Bordeaux glasses are 3.91" in diameter x 10" H and hold 25 ounces; Chardonnay glasses are 2.97" in diameter x 8.6" H and hold 14.8 ounces