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  • Jancis Robinson
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  • Jancis Robinson
3 Oct 2018

A constantly-updated round-up of stockists and importers of the Jancis Robinson x Richard Brendon glassware. 

You can always order online, but I am delighted to report that the glassware that designer Richard Brendon and I are responsible for is spreading around the globe. We are busy lining up an international network of suitably high-quality distributors but our beautiful, versatile, mouth-blown, gossamer-thin, dishwasher-friendly wine glass is already available in the UK, Ireland, the US, Canada and Australia with many more countries in the pipeline.

In the UK, Harrods are no longer the only retailer. You can now, or very soon, buy the wine glass, the water glass and the two decanters designed expressly for young and old wine from Harvey Nichols, Harrods, The Conran Shop (Chelsea, not Marylebone yet), Davy's wine shops, Lea & Sandeman, Hedonism, Borough Kitchen shops, Goop London, Willer and Wolf & Badger.

You can order them for same-day delivery from The Finest Bubble.

In Ireland our glassware is stocked by Terroirs and Pembroke Wine Treasury.

In the US we are delighted to announce that our major distributor is Skurnik Wines, a fine-wine importer we have long admired. This came about after Michael Skurnik and fellow wine lovers devoted many hours to comparing the performance of a wide range of wine types in our single wine glass with several prominent other glasses. He reported back that 'in the majority of cases, I find your glass to be more aromatically focused than the glasses we compared them to, allowing the wines to be more expressive. This observation also follows through in the mouth more often than not. Only the old Champagne was preferred in the Zalto white wine glass.' Skurnik, who has operations in both New York and San Francisco, is well placed to service what is clearly a growing demand from American consumers, hospitality, retailers and wine producers and is responsible for distribution in New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Connecticut and California. 

In Canada the glassware is stocked by Hopson Grace of Toronto.

And in Australia the glasses are currently available via Neil Bradford Interior Design in Sydney, although we are signing up a fine-wine distributor there too.

In New Zealand they can be ordered via Atelier Nash.

The full range is also available to order from anywhere in the world from