If you think it sounds like hocus-pocus worthy of Penn & Teller, you can be forgiven. But consider this: eager customers include the French Laundry restaurant in California's Napa Valley, the Sheraton hotel in San Francisco, the illustrious Hotel Hassler in Rome and the Westin hotel in Beijing.
Oxygen's influence on wine is well known. Once exposed, the wine behaves like any other fruit stripped of its protective skin. Eventually, it bruises like a sliced apple, but along the way its flavour evolves in sometimes wondrous ways. Aerating most wines is almost like adding salt to soup or tenderizing a tough cut of meat. That's the reason many wine experts prefer to decant young wines in particular - because they tend to contain more tannins. Even fuller-bodied whites, however, can benefit from a little aeration.
Machine made in Germany, each glass is produced as a one piece glass. They are ‘Lead-Free Crystal’ with the pulled stem technology for added strength. The process is not a coating or a chemical treatment; so the effect will not wash or wear off.
With the Eisch ‘Sensis-Plus’ wine glass you can dive even deeper into the world of flavours of wine - and also into each wines own story. From fruit driven and mineral notes to the spicy layers of oak and subtle vintage, vineyard nuances and winemaking choices will be shown. Each Eisch ‘Sensis-Plus’ wine glass has a sticker on the wine glass as well as the Eisch ‘Sensis-Plus’ Logo™ etched on the base for authenticity.