The future of traditional mouth-blown wine glassware
From humble beginnings, CJF Selections has been fortunate enough to bring the United States a legitimate "new player" into the mouth-blown glass segment. Grassl Glass is a glass shaped by feedback of winemakers, oenologist, professionals and enthusiasts alike. Compelling, affordable, elegant, and most critically, functional.
The Mineralité wine glass’s design, with an ample bowl to assist with allowing the wine to open is complemented by a narrowing chimney bringing fo...View full details
Jean-Marc Roulot - Domaine Roulot "I use the Liberté glass in my tasting rooms, I love the precision of the nose and the detail." Liberté is free...View full details
"I use the Grassl Cru glass for press events, it brings out the very best in my wines, it's the best glass for Sangiovese on the market." - Leon ...View full details
The Grassl 1855 wine glass pays homage to the Exposition Universelle de Paris. The shape of this wine glass is designed for reds and whites of gre...View full details
Grassl Versatile is a well-rounded, mouth-blown wine glass with a 420mL volume capacity. The durable and functional masterpiece allows white, red ...View full details
The Grassl Champagne Glass is much more than your average flute. This mouth-blown, tulip-shaped art piece has a 310mL volume. The champagne glass ...View full details
The Grassl Water Glass completes this timeless glassware collection with an accomplished, discrete, and contemporary stemless glass with 300mL vol...View full details
Part of the Grassl Elemental Series, this wine carafe features a classic shape to aerate red, white, or sparkling wine. It is designed to be both ...View full details
Grassl Liberté - The Most Gorgeous Glass!
I originally had a Zalto glass but it shattered. These glasses feel delicate, luxurious and indulgent. I take great pleasure from drinking my wine from these glasses and really feel like it tastes better from them.
Grassl Mineralité - Light & fantastic
Light and fantastic. These glasses are perfection in stemware. The feel is amazing. They say dishwasher safe, but I don’t put wine glasses in a dishwasher. A must own set of wine glasses.
Grassl Cru - Best Glassware On The Market
Amazing glass stems. Hand made and hand blown. Tested against Zalto and these out performed them in almost every way and at a fraction of the cost! I now own 8 of these stems.
Grassl 1855 - Quality Quality Quality
I like that it is high quality for a decent price. You definitely get a full experience when using a right glass, especially with wines that are up there in price. If you are going to do it, do it right!
Grassl Mineralité - Amazing Glass!!!
We drink a lot of Riesling and love acidic wines. Wanted to try this against our current go-to glasses, the Zalto White, and this glass is the clear winner. In fact, it’s not even close. WOW what focus.
Grassl Liberté - Special!
Always searching for the true universal glass for my go to. The Grassl Liberte succeeds where the Zalto Universal and Gabriel Gold have let me down. You're giving up nothing and have more money left over...!
Grassl Cru - Great Glassware
Lovely glass.... been looking for something similar to the Zalto Burgundy but smaller. The Grassl Cru is the solution! Just as light, just as elegant, but the bowl is smaller, and the focus on the nose is ideal.
Grassl 1855 - Amazon Customer Service
Drinking out of these crystal wine glasses literally takes your wine experience to a whole new dimension! The crystal is beyond thin but to me its stronger than a normal wine glass.
Goodfellow Family Cellars
Santa Barbara, CA
Mending Wall Winery
St. Helena, CA
Kelley Fox Wines
Post Parade Wines
St. Helena, CA
Vincent Wine Company
Willamette Valley, OR
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