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Premium wine glasses for wine-lovers

As the Pacific Northwest’s exclusive rental supplier of Riedel Wine glasses, we are proud to offer such a spectacular product to our rental customers. These glasses are designed to emphasize a wine's harmony, not faults. Riedel has always viewed the wine glass as an instrument to bring together: the personality of the wine, smell, taste and appearance (including the beauty of the object).

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You don't need to be a wine-maker, wine-writer, or expert to taste the difference a Riedel wine glass can make.

Riedel Ouverture Series Glasses

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The Ouverture Series is Riedel’s “uncomplicated” line of glassware. Pedersens offers 4 different glasses from this series, the Red-White, Magnum and Champagne flute round out this line. The simplicity of this line makes it ideal for any event.

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Riedel Wine Series Glasses

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We carry this spectacular line of varietal specific glassware for our wine loving customers. The glasses combines a light catching stem with a grape specific bowl design, with a finely polished rim that directs the sip of wine precisely to the right taste zone.

We have specialized glasses for: Cabernet/Merlot, Pinot/Nebbiolo, Syrah/Shiraz, Riesling/Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay/Viognier, New World Chardonnay, and Champagne.

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Sangiovese Riesling
Syrah / Shiraz
Champagne Flute

About Riedel

Professor Claus J. Riedel was the first designer to recognize that the bouquet, taste, balance and finish of wines are affected by the shape of the glass from which they are drunk. Working with experienced tasters, Riedel discovered that wine enjoyed from his glasses showed more depth and better balance than when served in other glasses. Claus J. Riedel laid the groundwork for stemware which was functional as well as beautiful, and made according to the Bauhaus design principle: form follows function.

In 1961, a revolutionary concept was introduced when the Riedel catalog featured the first line of wine glasses created in different sizes and shapes. Before this, conventional stemware had used a single basic bowl shape, with only the size varying depending on use.

See the right-sidebar for more about how the glass affects the wine...