Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass
Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass Richard Brendon Barware Mouth-Blown Wine Glass
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$112.00

Jancis Robinson OBE MW and Richard Brendon have created this perfectly formed glass that allows every wine to be enjoyed to the fullest, regardless of its color, age, and style.

Each piece in the Jancis Robinson collection is expertly mouth-blown in Slovenia, resulting in brilliantly bright lead-free glass, as fine and light as possible. 

  • Despite their delicate nature, these glasses are suitable for the dishwasher.
  • This collection is a celebration of meticulous design, expert craftsmanship, and a genuine love and appreciation for wine.
  • These glasses are made with lead-free glass, which makes them resistant to clouding. If you do notice clouding on your glass, then you will need to wash it with water-softening, glass-specific detergents — or even vinegar.

Materials: Lead-free glass

Size: 8.8" (H), 3.5 dia. 

Production Time: Please allow 1-3 business days before shipping.

Care Instructions: Wash your wine glasses on the top rack of the dishwasher, ensuring that there's space between each glass. Make sure that you're using the proper detergents for your machine and where relevant, water softening agents. Normally, your dishwasher should steam out and dry your glasses so they come out ready to use. However if they require further polishing, Richard Brendon recommends using their Jancis Robinson x Richard Brendon lint-free polishing cloth to polish all glasses. It's larger than an average polishing cloth, which means that you won't touch the glass, avoiding making marks. If you cannot wash your glasses in a dishwasher, you can wash them by hand. They suggest simply running the glasses under warm water with a little detergent, and then placing them gently on linen to drain before polishing. However, due to the delicate nature of the glasses, this can occasionally lead to breakages, so they would not recommend this method of washing.