the volume of the handmade Plumm RedB is actually only slightly larger than the Zalto Burgundy (996ml vs 960ml) - it's the height of the former that towers over the latter (266mm vs 230mm) which makes it too tall, cumbersome and impractical, to me, much like the Riedel Sommeliers Burgundy (248mm/1050ml)Has anyone tried the Plumm handmade vintage RedB glasses? I understand that they are massive - trying to find a rounder glass for some pinots (we have the Zalto Burgs atm).
shape aside, for a lightweight pinot noir glass, I'd probably try Zalto Burgundy (or Grassl Glass Cru), but at the moment my machine-made RedB (239mm/776ml) and Schott Zwiesel Cru Classic Burgundy (224mm/848ml) are ok
how's the 2010 Eastern Peake OB Terroir? I was thinking about opening my 2013 soon