Burgundy Dinnerware

  • Sugg. Price $59.95 Sale $29.99
    Opulent yet understated, these porcelain salad plates are embellished with lush vines and wild birds in a striking monochromatic palette. Inspired by vintage English transferware, our original illustrations add bold sophistication to the autumn table. Made of durable high-fired porcelain with hand-dipped glaze. Distinctive monochromatic artwork features graceful vines and wild birds. Coordinates with other pieces in our Autumn Vine collection. Microwavable and dishwasher safe. Set of four, one of each design.
  • Sugg. Price $24.95 $49.95 Our Price $19.96 $39.96
    Since 1956, innovation, quality and craftsmanship have been part of the Williams Sonoma legacy. Our signature Estate Grand Cru Burgundy glasses embody that philosophy in their sleek lines, beautiful proportions and varietal-enhancing bowls. Shaped to bring out the complexities of the world’s finest red wines—your most-prized vintages or long-cellared bottles. Designed in-house in collaboration with expert sommeliers, winemakers and chefs. Glasses are masterfully mouth-blown of clear, lead-free glass. Best for showcasing the most exceptional red wines, including Cabernet Sauvignon, Nebbiolo, Barolo, Pinot Noir, Australian Shiraz and Priorat. The bowl’s wide base exposes wine to air so it can breathe and develop, while sloped sides direct wine to the front of the palate, so you can savor its balance of fruit and acidity. Set of two.
  • Sugg. Price $14 $84 Our Price $11.20 $67.20
    Sleek and elegant in form, these Sensa wine glasses from Schott Zwiesel are designed to enhance soft-bodied red wine. Both beautiful and durable, each stunning glass boasts crystal-like clarity and and is resistant to chipping, scratching and shattering. The varietal-specific bowl highlights the bouquet and flavor of Burgundy while the slender stem creates an elegant profile. Glasses highlight the beauty of crystal without sacrificing durability. Patented Tritan® titanium technology creates break-, chip- and scratch-resistant stemware. Dishwasher safe. Made in Germany by Schott Zwiesel, famous for fine glassware innovations since 1872. Set of six.
  • Sugg. Price $230 Our Price $125
    In celebration of Riedel's 260th anniversary, this beautifully crafted glass now comes in a set of two, making it perfect for holiday gifting. Representing a quantum leap in wineglass design when it was created in 1958, this glass is on permanent display at the New York Museum of Modern Art. The glass showcases first-rate Burgundies and other top-class wines made from Pinot Noir grapes, as well as Italian Barolo and Barbaresco wines. It's made of sparkling crystal in a shape and size developed by the world's expert tasters. This sparkling crystal glass is individually crafted by master artisans who perform every step of the glassmaking process by hand. Large bowl provides ample breathing space for the bouquet to develop. Slightly flared rim directs the flow of wine onto the front of the palate, allowing you to appreciate the balance of fruit flavors and acidity. Hand made at the Riedel family's own glassworks in Austria, where artisans have been crafting exquisite glassware since 1756. Set of two.
  • $300
    A shapely and innovative structure makes this elegant glass the ideal vessel for enjoying Burgundies and other medium- to full-bodied reds. Bernadotte & Kylberg, a celebrated design duo consisting of Carl Philip Bernadotte – Prince of Sweden – and Oscar Kylberg created the Air Sense collection, notable for its weightless, airy look and feel. Each glass is mouth blown and handmade, with a dramatic glass bulb at the bottom of the bowl that aerates wine as it's poured, highlighting each varietal's bouquet and flavor. Remarkably lightweight yet supremely durable, the glasses are crafted using Zwiesel 1872's Tritan crystal technology, ensuring sparkling clarity and resistance to chips and scratches for years to come. Mouth-blown and handmade glassware combines the beauty of crystal with unsurpassed durability. Patented Tritan titanium technology creates break-, chip- and scratch-resistant stemware. The varietal-specific bowl highlights the unique qualities of Burgundies and other medium- to full-bodied red wines while the slender stem complements its graceful profile. Interior bulb aerates wine as it's poured into the glass.   Lead-free. Made in Hungary by Zwiesel 1872. Set of two.
  • Sugg. Price $125 Our Price $100
    Riedel's premier collection, the Sommeliers line, includes an impressive assortment of crystal glasses, each developed by expert tasters to flatter a specific type of fine wine or liquor. Representing a quantum leap in wineglass design when it was created in 1958, this glass is on permanent display at the New York Museum of Modern Art. The glass showcases first-rate Burgundies and other top-class wines made from Pinot Noir grapes, as well as Italian Barolo and Barbaresco wines. This sparkling crystal glass is individually crafted by master artisans who perform every step of the glassmaking process by hand. Large bowl provides ample breathing space for the bouquet to develop. Slightly flared rim directs the flow of wine onto the front of the palate, allowing you to appreciate the balance of fruit flavors and acidity. Hand made at the Riedel family's own glassworks in Austria, where artisans have been crafting exquisite glassware since 1756.
  • Sugg. Price $32.95 $65.90 Our Price $26.36 $52.72
    Experts with the world's most discerning palates helped develop Riedel's Vinum series, a glassware collection designed to flatter specific types of wines and liquors. These elegant glasses showcase the best qualities of red Burgundies and other medium to full-bodied wines made from Pinot Noir grapes, as well as Italian Barolo and Barbaresco wines. Machine-made of brilliantly clear crystal glass. Generous bowl provides ample breathing space for the bouquet to develop. Slightly flared rim directs the flow of wine to the tip of the tongue, allowing you to appreciate the balance of fruit flavors and gentle acidity. Made in Germany by Riedel, a family-owned company since 1756. Set of two.