Gabriel-Glas was recently featured in an Eater article by J titled “The 5 Fanciest Wine Glasses You Haven’t Heard Of.”
From the article:
” A collection of glassware for specific wine styles can get rather expensive, and so for most of us, the idea of investing in one very nice wine glass that can be used across a panoply of bottles makes good sense. In this way, the Gabriel-Glas One For All is a great option for someone looking to get into high-end glassware, with universal application across a broad range of wine styles.
Gabriel-Glas is the invention of Swiss-German wine critic René Gabriel. The brand hails from Austria, and has positioned itself as a sort of antidote to the overly fussy world of high-end glassware by offering a standardized, eminently usable wine glass that cruises alongside any wine in the world. It does this by offering a wide bowl (for ample aromafication), a thin glass (a classy touch), and a long, graceful stem (so your grubby paws don’t warm the wine).
Gabriel-Glas One For All is not cheap — the entry-level StandArt starts at $63 for a two-glass set, and the Gold Edition gift box is $148 for two. But these are classy workhorse glasses, capable of everyday use and as ideal for Monday night drinks over takeout as they are for a nice dinner party. They might be the only fancy glasses you really need.”
We couldn’t agree more with Jordan’s last line, “they might be the only fancy glasses you really need.” Cheers to Jordan and the Eater team for the feature! To read the full Eater article, click here.