“The finest glasses for both technical and hedonistic purposes are those made by Riedel. The effect of these glasses on fine wine is profound. I cannot emphasize enough what a difference they make.” (Quelle: Robert M. Parker, Jr. The Wine Advocate)

“The Riedel family has never stamped its name on a single bottle of wine. But over the past 50 years, this Austrian clan of master glassmakers has done more to enhance the oenophile’s pleasure than almost any winemaking dynasty”. (Quelle: TIME MAGAZINE)

Claus Riedel was the first person in the long history of the glass to design its shape according to the character of the wine. He is thus the inventor of the functional wine glass.

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Since 1888, Rösle has been using German engineering to produce the finest quality professional cooking tools and kitchen utensils for the professional chef and home cook. Designed for optimum performance, comfort and appearance, Rösle cookware offers a complete integrated system of kitchen utensils, cookware tools, colanders, casseroles, frying pans, skillets, barbecue utensils, barware and more. Made from the highest grade 18/10 stainless steel, Rösle will bring pleasure to food preparation that is guaranteed for a lifetime. Continue reading ‘Rösle’


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    Von Siebenthal – Gstaad

    Founded in 1872, this family business is the oldest still existing shop in Gstaad. It is now run by the fourth and fifth generation. In the fire that destroyed half the village in 1898, the house of the von Siebenthal family was completely destroyed. The existing house was re-built in 1899 and commerce started again. Since then, the ancient hardware-store has become one of the leading household and cookshops in Switzerland, its total floorspace amounting to 500m2. Today this family run business has a staff of ten and is run by Gottfried and Katharina von Siebenthal.

    Cook Shop – The Ground Floor

    The Cook Shop offers you an incredible choice of various household articles and gadgets for your kitchen

    Bel Etage – the 1st floor

    On the Bel Etage one can find a great choice of glassware and the whole collection of Villeroy & Boch chinaware.

    Sous-Sol – the basement

    The Sous-Sol is a kind of secret cave full of traditional objects. The permanent pottery exhibition is a must for every vistor


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