These are the glasses we played with in the tasting. There is a Joker, which is a typical wine tasting glass but not a Riedel, at front left, and clockwise from there are a Vinum XL Montrachet (ref. no. 6416/57), a Vinum XL Riesling Grand Cru (ref. no. 6416/51), a Vinum XL Pinot Noir (ref. no. 6416/67) and a Vinum XL Cabernet Sauvignon (ref. no. 6416/00) -- actually, there are two of the latter, as well as a plastic cup out of frame.
We learned quickly that just because #2 is a Montrachet glass, that doesn't mean that's the only varietal that will perform beautifully in that glass. 22/07/09
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