Lehmann Glass

Who is Lehmann Glass Lehmann?

The Lehmann project is a forward-looking collective adventure, a common passion, a desire for elegance, sharing & ideals. The entire Maison Lehmann team shares this vision driven by Matthieu Marquis Bouatta who is the company's CEO.

The Maison Lehmann is a French brand of tasting glasses. Founded with the aim to respect the meticulous work of the winemaking process, Lehmann is driven by the desire to offer a unique oenological and sensory experience. Passionate about the world of tableware, the company settled in Champagne in the early 90s and began specializing in the design of tasting glasses and accessories for serving wines and spirits. At the end of the 2000s, the Lehmann name became a brand under the same name. The company has taken its oenological approach a step further by combining its expertise with that of Gérard Basset, the Best Sommelier in the World and Master of Wine. For several years now, Lehmann has been designing and creating Signature collections together with the leading professionals in the world of gastronomy, wines and spirits.

In 2021, Lehmann launched a line of new Ultralight mouth-blown and machine-blown tasting glasses, these haute couture creations offer a combination of exceptional refinement and optimal lightness. With the finesse of the Ultralight, the glass disappears to reveal a magnified aromatic expression.

Lehmann crafts unique tasting glasses every day, thanks to the passionate designers, talented master glassmakers and innovative manufacturing techniques. Their glasses are designed to enhance your tasting moments and accompany you in these times of joy, sharing and the subtle burst of flavors.

Lehmann is used to work with several of its clients to create customized products that relay their brand image. Day after day, they work with commitment & determination to build a relationship of trust with each of them. Lehmann has a multi sectoral presence that they are proud of. They work with renowned Champagne houses such as Moët & Chandon, Ruinart, Taittinger or Dom Perignon… Also hundreds of hotels, bars, restaurants and palaces such as the Cheval Blanc, the Four Seasons, the Lutetia, Assiette Champenoise or the Domaine des Crayères…