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Set of handmade wine glasses designed by Kurt Josef Zalto*.

Perfect for wine lovers who value a wine’s best possible sensory experience.

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JOSEPHINE wins Vinum Universal glas Expert Panel 2021, ICONIC AWARDS 2022, GQ Home Awards 2022, House Beautiful Awards 2022, Red Dot Award 2022 and IDA Design Awards 2022

Our Tasting Set is designed for wine lovers who value a wine’s best possible sensory experience as well as for anyone who simply enjoys tasting and sampling wines.

The same wine tastes differently from different glasses. Thus, the right choice of a glass has a very strong influence on the taste of a wine. We believe that precisely four glasses fully enhance Old World and New World wines to their best advantage. That is why our award-winning JOSEPHINE wine glass collection includes exactly four glasses. With the Tasting Set, you can, in each case, find out for yourself which is the right glass for your wine, and get to know your favorite wines in a completely new manner. Our handblown glasses further appeal to all the senses through their design and delicacy, creating a full and exceptional wine experience.

Our Tasting Set consists of the JOSEPHINE glasses No 1-4 offered at a special price. It is an excellent gift for wine lovers and a fine introduction to the world of JOSEPHINE.

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Kurt Josef Zalto was former co-founder, designer and managing director of Zalto Glasmanufaktur GmbH. Since 2019, he serves as founding partner and chief designer at Josephinenhütte GmbH. Kurt Josef Zalto has no business affiliation with present-day Zalto Glas GmbH since 2009.
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Handmade guarantee

All our glasses are lovingly made by hand. Each piece is uniquely manufactured by traditional creative craftsmanship of the absolute highest quality.

Kurt Josef Zalto – The visionary among glass designers

With his design for a lightweight, thin-walled, yet flexible wineglass, the Austrian glassmaker has gone beyond the current concept of a good glass.

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