STÖLZLE LAUSITZ CRYSTAL GLASS
Table culture is not only a great tradition in restaurants, it is now part of our everyday lives.
Wine, whisky, grappa or water? Stölzle Lausitz has the right glass for every drink.
Enjoy or just drink - the shape of the glass affects our senses and changes everything.
Every year, Stölzle Lausitz produces approx. 30 million glasses for hotels, gastronomy, beverage producers and wine producers all over the world.
Features of Stölzle Lausitz exclusive crystal glasses
- Age-resistant, lead-free crystal glass
- High resistance to breakage, scratches and dishwasher use - proven to retain the typical Stölzle shine and durability after more than 1,000 wash cycles
- The "made in Germany" glasses are highly functional and have a balanced shape, which means that every glass guarantees optimum enjoyment due to its shape, whether it is made for wine or other beverages. There is a glass for every drink.
- The glasses are made using the latest manufacturing technology ("pull" and "solder"), which ensures that they resemble mouth-blown glasses, as they are light and thin-walled. Glasses made with this technology have no seam between the stem and the cup, which, in addition to elegance, also significantly increases durability.
- The glass mixture is made up of 12 different materials, including quartz sand and sodium oxide, whose composition is constant. The glass is melted in a ceramic furnace at a peak temperature of 1510 °C.
Functionality and style
When high technology is expressed in beauty, something irresistible is created. This is the case with Stölzle Lausitz crystal glass. Every wine and champagne glass, every crystal glass or decanter is the result of 130 years of know-how. Take a look at a wine glass from the Quatrophil range to see how Stölzle Lausitz harmoniously combines form and function:
Stolzle Lausitz features
- The Stölzle Lausitz Exquisit red wine glass is the official glass of Sopron Blue-Franc glass
- From 2009 on, Stölzle Lausitz exclusive crystal glasses can be seen at the Buda Wine Festival, the Rozalia Festival and the VinAgora international wine competition in Hungary.