Of course, it’s a water tumbler. Yet as it is both casual and refined, it can also act a wine glass for rosé or an aperitif, or at the dining table with family. Less ceremonious than stemware, the Venetian-striped tumbler lends itself to multiple everyday uses at the table. Indeed, adopting it as an informal wine glass for weekday evenings is not only allowed, it is perhaps actively recommended.
Twist 1586, is an audacious collection of tasting glasses pairing esthetics with technical expertise. Forgotten is the intimidating etiquette of the traditional dégustation: Twist 1586 proposes, without concern for color or origin, a choice as natural as it is universal: a glass for the young wine, a glass for the mature wine, a glass for champagne. For them, Saint-Louis has reinvented the iconic Venetian stripe, the parison reveals all the nuances of wine through a subtle play of light. Its lines of varying density, depending on the model, succeed the regular bands of yesteryear. Each with its own rhythm. Handmade in France.