Produced and sold by RCR Crystalleria Italiana, the Italian international crystal leader with LUXION, the top crystal glass worldwide.

Designed by Fabio Novembre, currently acknowledged as the most talented Italian designer around.

Reccomended by Luca Gardini, the world's top sommelier in 2010.
"Lots of people ask me how I can listen to wine.
It doesn't make a sound or have a voice, and this divine nectar can't sing a note. Yet I can hear it."
Thirty-year-old Luca Gardini has the CV and accolades of a true veteran: Italy's top sommelier in 2004 and European champion for 2009. He trained at the prestigious Giorgio Pinchiorri school, in the eponymous Florence location, a restaurant with cellar, considered one of the world's leading venues.
No Fabio Novembre's huge talent isn't enough to explain his success. his real strength which arouses the suspicion of the academic design, is that he doesn't think that design come from the mind, or rather it comes from the mind that challenged the senses, the heart, our biological heritage. He designs very day for here & now, with drive, full of vital energy. Much more simple and so that much more superior.
RCR cristalleria italiana, Italy's leading crystal manufacturer
and one of the largest in the world, is located in the town of Colle di Val d'Elsa, in the heart of Tuscany.
This icon of italian tableware, giftware, and homedecor design also boasts cutting-edge laboratories
that have recently developed a new generation of LUXION, the world's top crystal glass.

Brilliant, transparent, safe by nature, LUXION is a new friendly glass.
LUXION safeguards all the characteristics of any content and will not alter flavours and aromas.

The salient features of LUXION are its brilliance, transparency, machinability, hydrolytic resistance and dishwasher safety.
Most people do not use the stem of the glass as a handle.

The TASTEVIN becomes the base of the glass.
The spheres and surface of the tastevin are micro shaped to allow water to slide off when the glasses are left out to dry.
The spheres and central part of the tastevin form the base of the glass, which remains detached from the underlying surface.
A glass with an innovative shape
suited to large and small mouths, and large and small noses.
The spaccavino is what we call the intersection of
the two surfaces that make up the glass
and create an encircling edge.
The shifting curvature meets the side edge
to form the spaccavino,
which opens up the wave of the liquid and releases its aromas.