Designed by Austrian wine guru Hans Denk - Crafted for spirits, water and soft drinks.
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Austria has a reputation for high-quality dry white wines, primarily from its native grape variety, Grüner Veltliner, and from Riesling. However, you can find many excellent red wines here, too. These come from native varieties including Zweigelt and Blaufränkisch as well as sweet, botryised dessert wines made from Welschriesling. Austrian wine-producing regions enjoy a cool continental climate, with short summers and harsh winters. Grüner Veltliner is the country’s most widely planted grape variety, and at their best, these wines are full-bodied wines with excellent fruit concentration and naturally high acidity. Welschriesling – not to be confused with Riesling – is the second most planted variety. Winemakers use Welschriesling in a number of winemaking styles, from high-acid, fresh dry styles to high-quality botrytised dessert wines. Other varieties grown in Austria include Riesling, Chardonnay, St Laurent, Müller-Thurgau, and Sauvignon Blanc.
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About the brand Zalto
Zalto makes glassware of the highest quality. A small range of beautiful mouth-blown glasses from one of Austria’s finest small glass blowing houses. Hand-blown crystal of this quality is never cheap, however, Zalto are far less expensive than Riedel Sommelier (the equivalent Riedel range). In fact, they are typically less than half the price. They are lead oxide free which results in a lighter and more flexible glass that does not leach lead and will not typically cloud in the dishwasher. Despite their remarkable lightness and ultra-fine edges, they are surprisingly resilient. They can be washed in a dishwasher and are made for daily use. They have been designed to maximise the aromas and flavours of the world’s beverages by Austrian wine guru, Hans Denk.