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    Schott Zwiesel Cru Classic - Set of 6 Chardonnay Glasses

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      German glass-maker Schott Zwiesel boasts a 130-year-history of innovation and success, including such break-throughs as the first machine-made stemware and the first lead-free crystal glass. They've once again revolutionized the industry, with the introduction Tritan Crystal glassware, which is made with titanium and zirconium instead of lead. Rigorous laboratory testing has proven the brilliance, dishwasher safety, and break-resistance of Tritan. These glasses are not only break-, scratch- and chip- resistant, but also beautiful.

      Delicately shaped to open the wine and deliver its full taste, the Schott Zwiesel Cru Classic line has fully rounded bowls and graceful stems to beautifully accent the table setting.

      The Schott Zwiesel Cru Classis Chardonnay glasses are meant for light whites.

      Made in Germany. Dishwasher safe. Each glass stands 8.1in and holds 13.8oz. Boxed set of 6.

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