The most discriminating understand that a wine glass should be invisible. A wine glass should not compete. Ravenscroft Invisible wine glasses enhance pleasure by not distracting. They are practically invisible and weightless… Like air. The perfect wine glass precisely controls bouquet and palate attack and then disappears. Tactile and sensual, a Ravenscroft Invisible is the greatest wine glass ever created. Lead-free, and whisper light in precisely tuned shapes, Ravenscroft Invisible glasses are the perfect wine glass for the sensualist within all of us. The Ravenscroft Invisibles Collection Bordeaux stem creates ample breathing space for both young and more mature wines, liberating layers of perfumed bouquet to deliver a full spectrum of aromas. This glass softens the palate attack of such robust wines delivering a soft, silky and velvety texture that intensifies and prolongs the finish by gently blending acidity with supple and sweet tannins. The large bowl (capacity 22 oz) brings out the full depth and complexity of wines made from Bordeaux varietals, while the tall broad chimney buffers their high alcohol profile. Hand crafted with a beautiful hand and mouth-feel, this brilliant lead-free glass is the most popular Invisibles Collection stem. Once you have experienced Ravenscroft Invisible you will be forever seduced.
The Dimensions of the Ravenscroft Invisibles Bordeaux/Cabernet Glasses:
Height 9 in. Capacity 22 oz.
The Ravenscroft Invisibles Bordeaux/Cabernet is Recommended for:
Bordeaux, Brunello Di Montalcino, Cabernet Franc, Cabernet Sauvignon, Fronsac, Graves Rouge, Margaux, Medoc, Merlot, Pauillac, Pomerol, St. Emillion, St. Estephe, St. Julien, Sangiovese and Super Tuscan.
Made in China!!!! Review by Poetry Girl
I did a lot of research on the brand before ordering and got the distinct impression the glasses were made in Europe--I'm not saying Winestuff advertised falsely--I think I got that idea mainly from the Ravenscroft site.
To me $10 is not cheap for an everyday wine glass. I definitely feel ripped off. If I wanted Target or KMart made in China stuff, I would have bought from them, for much less. (Posted on 4/24/2012)