Riedel Vinum

In 1986, Riedel's Vinum was the first machine-made glass series in history to be shaped by different grape varietals and their characters. The series fundamentally changed global drinking glass culture. Functional, high-quality, reasonably priced and manufactured in large batches, it has convinced consumers and restaurateurs worldwide that enjoyment of wine begins with the right glass. The Vinum collection, which was developed by Georg Riedel according to the principle "content determines the form", is the most inexpensive "Vitrum-Vinothek" for everyday use.