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Schott Zwiesel Champagne Saucer (Set of 6)

Champagne Saucer • Coupe • Crystal Stemware

Celebrate with the world’s first Champagne glass
Our Price $49.99
$78.00   Retail Price

You've seen them in movies from the '50s and '60s. Well, guess what. The Champagne Saucer (also known as a coupe) has returned as the party glassware of choice – a favorite not only for bubblies but for all sorts of inventive cocktails.

Though the Champagne coupe was invented in the 19th century, its heyday occurred in the 1930s. With Prohibition repealed, every day was worth celebrating.  read more...

You've seen them in movies from the '50s and '60s. Well, guess what. The Champagne Saucer (also known as a coupe) has returned as the party glassware of choice – a favorite not only for bubblies but for all sorts of inventive cocktails.Read more...

You've seen them in movies from the '50s and '60s. Well, guess what. The Champagne Saucer (also known as a coupe) has returned as the party glassware of choice – aRead more...

You've seen them in movies from the '50s and '60s. Well, guess what. The Champagne Saucer (also known as a coupe) has returned as the party glassware of choice – a favorite not only for bubblies but for all sorts of inventive cocktails.

Though the Champagne coupe was invented in the 19th century, its heyday occurred in the 1930s. With Prohibition repealed, every day was worth celebrating. During that dizzy time, Champagne flowed freely. Coupes were popularized in New York's famed Stork Club, where chronicler Lucius Beebe proclaimed: "There is no food or time of the day and night when the service of Champagne is not both appropriate and agreeable." Cheers to that.

The beauty of the coupe is twofold: design and function. It's undeniably sexy. This retro glass was in fashion when Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn and Truman Capote sipped Champagne. And today, it's the hot item for new restaurants and boutique hotel bars. Coupes are being featured in Champagne towers in Martha Stewart Weddings. In short, these glasses have come back.

And this style is versatile. Sparkling wine? Check. Cocktails? Check. Unconventional? Check. We tested them out with various vintage Champagnes over the past week, with great success. The glasses hold smaller pours, so each sip from a coupe is just as cold and frothy as it is from a flute. The wider bowl makes pouring cocktails with pieces of fruit much easier. And think outside the box: Why not use these coupes to serve a little sorbetto or fruit compote to cleanse the palate midway through a meal?

Schott Zwiesel is one of the few crystal houses making coupes, and I'm pleased to offer them to you.

What You Should Know
• Tritan titanium lead-free crystal
• Dishwasher-safe
• Break-, chip- and scratch-resistant
• Designed for sparkling wines
• Made in Germany

Specifications
• Capacity 9.5-oz.
• Height: 6 in.

—Lot18

 

More About Schott Zwiesel

"Schott Zwiesel produces world-class crystal stemware to meet the rigorous demands of internationally renowned hotels, restaurants and caterers. As the glassmaker continues to exceed industry standards, your household can benefit from the patented Tritan technology that reinforces each wineglass, spirits snifter, decanter or carafe. Decades of commitment to design have paid off: Schott Zwiesel continues to bring unique vessels that sustain their crystal brilliance."
—The Schott Zwiesel website


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