Zalto SweetRegular price $57.00 Save $-57.00
Captures the true essence and flavor of sweet/dessert wines with this beautifully hand crafted glass. (One (1) glass per order) The DenkArt dessert wine glass celebrates the elegance and finesse that have led to a revival in the popularity of fine sweet wines the world over. Kurt Zalto particularly crafted the dessert glass to accentuate the acidity in sweet wines. The Dessert thus delivers a balance between power and sweetness that makes a great dessert wine shine at its best. Use for Ausbruch, Auslese, Barsac, Beerenauslese, Eiswein (Icewine) Madeira, Piccolit, Port, Recioto di Soave, Sauternes, Sherry, Tokay, Trockenbeerenauslese, Single Malt Whiskey and Vins liquoreaux. Technical perfection is the basic principle of the Zalto Glass Manufactury. Zalto Glasses have always been produced following a tradition of using only the most highly skilled glass-blowers working with a selection of the best raw materials. The curve of the bowls are tilted at the angles of 24, 48 and 72 degrees, which are in accordance to the tilt angles of the Earth.
9.2” height, 12 ounces
Handling & Care of Zalto Glassware
It is recommended that Zalto glasses be cleaned in a dishwasher. Hand-washing can add pressure and torque to the bowl, stem and base which can cause breakage and potential injury.
When placing the glasses into the dishwasher, do so carefully so there is enough space between glasses and they are secure.
Use minimal dishwasher detergent to avoid buildup of residue. The glasses themselves will never cloud with repeated washes. If residue buildup occurs, soak the glasses carefully in water that has denture cleaner in it. The glasses should not be exposed to prolonged amounts of hot steam once the wash cycle is over. Open the door to let the steam out. The glasses can be polished with a dry cotton dish towel or microfiber towel. Drying the glasses should be done carefully and without causing pressure or most importantly torque. Twisting the bowl while holding the base is likely to cause breakage.