Is there such a thing as a powerful design? The new series of goblets from Stölzle Lausitz clearly answers the question in the affirmative. Their name: Power.
THE SECRET OF STÖLZLE-GLASSES:
128 Years Glass Making Art using Sand from the Lausitz Region
Be it in the restaurant or at home, Stölzle has the right glass for every taste.
Revel in the Stölzle-Variety
The especially high-quality sand from Lausitz is what makes Stölzle-glasses so clear.
Dive into the secret of the Stölzle-Quality
Our facility in Weißwasser has been refining the art of glass making continuously since 1889.
Read more about the Stölzle-History
Get colorful. Colorful glasses by Stölzle Lausitz are taking the catering world by storm.
Learn more in the Stölzle-News
Function with Style
Your lips feel the essence of glass making art: the thin, finely polished edge, the glass gently reinforcing towards the stem.
The chalice is designed to give the wine more room to breathe towards the bottom. Towards the glass edge, the opening of the glass narrows: The fine wine flows evenly over the tongue, develops its full aroma and bestows complete enjoyment.
As if from a Single Mould
Smooth transitions and a solid stem – glasses by Stölzle are an aesthetic delight. Solid beauty which gives lasting pleasure.
Elegant & Stable Baseplate
A firm footing is further ensured by the seamlessly welded stem.
Brilliant Crystal Glass
Stölzle-Glasses are free from lead, extraordinarily clear and sparkle in sunlight. This brilliance is created from the Lausitz quartz sand which we combine with soda, potash, and feldspar. Our secret: During the glass melting we add own shards of crystal glass. That saves energy and protects the environment.
High quality crystal glass by Stölzle is highly resistant during the rinsing process. The glass gently reinforcing towards the stem and the seamlessly transitions between glass top and steam further protect against breakages. For countless wash cycles.
The slim, drawn stem gives the wine glass not only a touch of elegance, but also stability. The absence of steams on the whole glass increases its robustness for all daily challenges.
"These wine glasses are proper in style and make a lot of fun!"
Christian Willem - Consultant
"Around 20% of enjoying wine is related to the right glass"
Jack Robinson - Wine expert
Wine, Whiskey or Water? A suitable Glass for every Drink.
Stölzle Lausitz: A Family Business with Strong Ties to Tradition
A certificate from 1433 is the first record of a glass blowing hut in Lausitz. It states that the hut produced a greenish or brownish »wood glass«. The area was rich in quartz sand, limestone, clay, and wood. Ideal conditions for the production of glass. Over the years the Lausitz region developed into one of the most important glass making regions in Europe.
One of the biggest Producer of Stemware in Germany
To date Stölzle Lausitz GmbH has maintained its independence, even within the company Group Stölzle-Oberglas AG. For 126 years we have been developing new products and processes independently in Weißwasser. Today, Stölzle is the biggest producer of stemware in Germany. True wine connoisseurs appreciate the Stölzle Lausitz glasses as the ideal »living space« for good wine. These are the successes for which we thank our loyal employees.
What Experts say about Stölzle-Glasses
"Good, better Stölzle! In our star-decorated restaurant MAYER's and at our high-class events Stölzle glasses guarantee a perfect taste and flavour of the wine, they have a high quality and are solid. We proceed to serve with Stölzle glasses."
"We have tested Stölzle in numerous blind tastings and are absolutely convinced of the quality of the glasses!"
"You don't want any other glasses after working with them and enjoying them the first time. The Stölzle glasses lie perfectly in your hand - you don't want them to let loose."
News from the World of Glass
Matt white or matt black - the new glasses in the Olympic range of Stölzle Lausitz create inspiring accents in bars and restaurants, at parties and other festive occasions.
Equal rights for all: the suitability of a glass for a particular drink has long since ceased to be an issue for wine glass series.