For 500 years the German company Spiegelau has produced glassware and accessories that have graced royal courts and dinner tables alike. Such a wealth of experience allows Spiegelau to create stemware extraordinarily suited to enhancing a grape’s body and bouquet—whether it be a generous bowl to unlock a full-bodied Bordeaux, or a more fluted shape to concentrate a delicate champagne. Storied history aside, Spiegelau continues to innovate technically and aesthetically, recently developing a line of “extremely dishwasher-safe” wine glasses and eliminating the seam between the bowl and stem for an even more elegant silhouette.
When your craft dates back to the Middle Ages, it’s hard to escape the weight of history. But that hasn’t stopped Luigi Bormioli from innovating the art of glassmaking. Since setting up shop in 1946 in Parma, Italy, this family-owned company has made products that respect the past yet also focus on the needs of users today, particularly in regard to the strength, clarity, and affordability of the glass. Bormioli’s lead-free wine glasses, carafes, tumblers, and more — with design flourishes inspired by Renaissance painters — are always simple and elegant.
Rich texture, subtly rustic style, and hues of the earth and sea define these elegant table linens and more. They’ll add a languid, Tuscan flair to your table, and will inspire a little dolce vita.
From elegant glassware to stylish serving pieces, these luxe designs are perfectly cut out for a wine-and-cheese party, whether you host a small gathering with friends or a big soiree with a cast of dozens. Now all you have to do is decide who's worthy of an invite.
Stock your kitchen and bar with these timeless styles. Schott Zwiesel’s glassware is dashing and durable, a hybrid of clean, sculptural lines and industrial-strength glass. You needn’t fuss over these goblets and flutes: They’ll endure hundreds of stints on your table and inside the dishwasher. Complete your table with Fortessa's sleek, sophisticated dinnerware, flatware, and cutlery.