Stylish glasses for fine drinks

The right wine for every dish

Wine connoisseurs know that the right glass makes all the difference. Wine develops quite intense aromas when it can breathe in the right glass. Choose the right wine for your meal and serve it in the perfect glass, regardless of whether you will be enjoying a turkey, fish or a vegetarian dinner on Christmas day. You’re sure to find what you need at Villeroy & Boch.

With beef
A full-bodied red wine

Choose a smooth, full-bodied red wine with strawberry aromas to go with veal or beef – such as Pinot Noir or a Spanish Rioja.

The right glass

The Boston diamond-patterned red wine goblet allows the wine's aromas to fully develop. The Coloured versions in red and green have a very festive look.

Wine recommendation: Avoir Reserva 2011

(dark cherries, cassis, vanilla, cinnamon, chocolate, cedar)

Wine recommendation: Barón de Ley Finca Montasterio 2012

(cherry, plum, eucalyptus, chocolate, cedar, coconut)

With game
A intensive red wine

The strong taste of game is best accompanied by a classic intensive red wine such as a spicy Bordeaux or Cabernet Sauvignon with a high tannin content.

The right glass

The Purismo red wine goblets are perfect for powerful, tannic wines and enhance the spicy aromas of venison and rabbit.

With fish
A light white wine or rosé

A fresh and light wine such as Chardonnay or Pinot Blanc is the perfect choice for fish, no matter whether steamed or fried.

The right glass

The subtle elegance of the Octavie white wine glass, featuring a shiny polished diamond effect and wide, rounded goblet, emphasises the elegant bouquet.

Wine recommendation: Viña Tobía Rosado 2015

(plums, strawberries, raspberries)

Wine recommendation: Cepunto Blanco

(papaya, lemon, pink grapefruit, Mediterranean herbs, almond)

With seafood
A crisp white wine

Ideally, choose a fine crisp white wine with lobster, mussels, squid, etc. such as an elegant Riesling, Pino Grigio or Sauvignon Blanc.

The right glass

The high and narrow bowl of the hand-blown Grand Royal Platinum white wine goblets creates a wonderfully pleasurable experience.

With vegetarian dishes
A dry and fruity wine

A red Beaujolais goes perfectly with steamed vegetables or gratins. Accompany grilled vegetables, risottos or salads with a semi-dry Pinot Gris or a Grüne Veltliner.

The right glass

The understated Entrée collection has the perfect white wine glass for your meal, pure and simple.

Wine recommendation: Albet i Noya Curiós Xarel·lo 2015

(lime, quince, white peach, fennel, grass)


Champagne is the celebratory drink of choice. Champagne is a sparkling wine from the Champagne region of France. It is subject to strict production criteria and can only use the name when it is manufactured within a designated zone, using only hand picked grapes and according to the “méthode champenoise”, a special method of fermentation in a bottle. Classic champagne only uses 3 grape varieties and is sealed with natural cork.

Sparkling wine now refers to all high-quality fizzy wines that are not allowed to call themselves champagne. But this does not mean that sparkling wine is worse than champagne. Sparkling wines are produced using the same bottle fermentation method as champagne. So, when you treat yourself to a Vin Mousseux or Crémant in France, a Cava in Spain, a Spumante Metodo Classico in Italy or a vintner’s sparkling wine in Germany (Winzersekt) or Austria (Hauersekt) – the quality is always the same.

It all comes down to taste.

We have elegant glasses for lovers of champagne and sparkling wine in our various collections.

Browse through our range and find the perfect glass for your favourite bubbly


Have you ever wondered what Brut or Brut de Brut stands for? The technical term is “dosage” and each champagne producer has their own secret recipe. It is added to the champagne before it is corked and gives the champagne its special taste, from very dry to sweet. The different terms reveal the amount of sugar remaining in the sparkling wine.

Brut Nature (Brut Zéro, Brut de Brut, Brut Sauvage, Ultra Brut, Pas Dosé, Dosage Zero, Naturherb): less than 3 grammes of residual sugar per litre. No dosage is added to the finished sparkling wine.

Extra Brut (Extra Herb): less than 6 grammes per litre.

Brut (Bruto, Herb): less than 12 grammes per litre – the standard for dry sparkling wine.

Extra Dry (Très Sec, Extra Secco, Extra Seco, Extra Trocken): less than 20 grammes per litre.

Sec (Secco, Seco, Dry, Trocken): less than 35 grammes per litre.

Demi-Sec (Semisecco, Abbocato, Semi Seco, Medium Dry, Halbtrocken): less than 50 grammes per litre.

Doux (Dolce, Dulce, Sweet, Süß): more than 50 grammes per litre.