The Grand Champagne 41 is a beautifully machine-made glass. Its lavish roundness allows the wine to stretch and the delicate curve releases the aromas. Perfect to enjoy vintage champagnes and champagne rosé.
$90.00 – $190.00
The aim when washing is to create the perfect environment for the next glass of champagne.
Sally Hillman always recommends you wash your champagne glasses by hand – to avoid breakage apart from anything else – but also to protect the bead, or string of effervescence.
Machine-washed glasses that have been vigorously cleansed and blown-dry upside down, could be so spotless that very few bubbles form.
So just rinse your champagne glasses under warm water, detergent is not necessary as any soap residue ruins the effervescence in champagne. If there are stubborn stains, like lipstick or grease marks, a clean, glassware-only cloth can be used to gently assist with removal when washing glasses.
Drain glasses upside down on a linen tea-towel and when they’re dry, polish them very gently with a Sally Hillman polishing cloth, being careful not to twist the glass against the stem as this may cause breakages.