Drinking wine is an experience that calls for all the senses, and the Oenomust glasses really take that principle to the next level. Visually striking and different than most glasses, this unusual shape serves a very defined purpose that aims at stimulating the smelling and tasting senses. Its generous form allows a controlled rotation, to easily oxygenate the wine as it is maintained at the base of the glass. The higher rounded part tightens into the lip of the glass and densifies the aromas in its head for exceptional richness, which will be perceived by the nose. To finish, the finesse of the lip at last reveals the entirety of the wine’s flavours to the taster's palate.
This is a good universal glass for white and lighter red wines. It's also suitable for many types of beer, mostly for IPAs. This glass represents the best of Lehmann Glass Company's craftsmanship and innovative spirit.
«The Oenomust is simply a real flavor revealer.»
G. Basset, best sommelier in the world
Lehmann Glass is always in search of innovative designs that will directly influence how we taste wine, through a timeless aesthetic and elegant curves. The range of their entire collection goes from the everyday sturdier glass to the extremely light and refined one. Lehmann Glass was born in Reims (Champagne region) in 1988. The company of 39 employees is steered by two passionate people : Gérard Basset, best sommelier of the world in 2010, and mentor of a generation of dedicated wine professionals ; and Gérard Lehmann, a glass designer of over 30 years of experience, who has collaborated with the most distinguished wine houses in France. Lehmann Glass has always used its experience and expertise to serve French wine producers and vineyards, and that quality is now brought to the general public. They now have expanded their collection with beautiful wine accessories, as well as some spirit glasses, who have benefitted of the same careful treatment which so much defines Lehmann Glass.
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|Country of origin||France|
|Material||Lead-free HP crystal|