Ultralight..the optimum in wine enjoyment

New collection Ultralight: the superlight glasses designed by Federico de Majo.
Mouth blown and handcrafted, the Ultralight collection is realized in finest crystal glass, a material chosen by Zafferano for its peculiar characteristics of resistance, transparency and return quality.
Particular attention has been paid to the shapes, studied for each type of wine: white wines, red wines, young and important wines, aromatic wines, spirits, spumanti and champagne. Most of all, however, it is the lightness of the glass worked by hand with a technique of the greatest quality and the original rim  facilitating the approach when drinking the contents of the glass that go to make these wine glasses a unique product of excellence.

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The meticulous attention applied to the shapes in this collection, and the virtually maniacal search for lightness have endowed these excellent glasses with an exceptional quality.
The shapes have been studied for each wine while the common denominating factor of these ultralight glasses consists in the rim which provides a smoother approach to the liquid.
As such, white wine, red wine, important reds, aromatic and distilled wines, spumanti and champagne can all be enjoyed with the usual delight but with the added element of the surprising ‘agility’ of the glass which
makes the tasting such a unique experience.
Probably the lightest glasses for tasting ever made, these have been designed by Federico de Majo who, once again, has shown his extraordinary passion and skill in searching to create something simply beautiful.
glassware sold in sets of 2
like aging red wines?
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