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Item no.: 0416/75 Single Pack

RIEDEL Vinum Daiginjo

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The Daiginjo is perfect for highlighting the fruity and floral bouquet in Daiginjo sake. This glass debuted in 1999, following 2 years of workshops with dozens of sake brewers. This elegant egg-shaped vessel featured a convex rim to bring the sake’s sweetness, acidity and bitterness into balance.Vinum is RIEDEL's basic varietal specific stemmed series. Designed in 1986 by 10th generation glassmaker Georg J. Riedel, Vinum was created to ensure every wine lover could afford varietal-specific glassware. Based on the handmade Sommeliers range, machine production means Vinum can be offered at a more accessible price.This item is premium machine-made.
“PREMIUM” defines the advantage of a machine blown RIEDEL glass vs. a hand-made glass. The difference lies within the precision.


This item is dishwasher safe.

This pack contains a single piece.

Daiginjo (Ricewine)

Year of design 1999

Capacity 390.0 ccm

Height 205.0 mm

Box quantity 1

Type of Manufacturing machine-made

Material Crystal

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RIEDEL Vinum Daiginjo

Hard Facts

Vinum was the first machine-made series of glasses in history to be based exclusively on the characteristics of quality and reasonable price. Our customers have been enjoying these glasses for decades.

Capacity
390.0 ccm
Height
205.0 mm
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Vinum

Glassware that Revolutionized the World of Wine

Vinum has had a permanent impact on the globe's wine glass culture. These glasses have proved to consumers and restaurateurs that the pleasure of consuming wine starts with the glass.
The Vinum collection, developed by Georg Riedel on the principle that the content commands the shape, is the "Vitrum-Vinothek" for everyday use.

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