Celebrate the Grape Harvest with Acino glasses and ecological Casa Ravella wines

The recycled glass series of products by Let’s Pause adds to the enjoyment of this family run winery that also believes in looking after Mother Nature.

At Let’s Pause we understand the value of craft and we love to help the small manufacturers and crafts workshops that inspire our Unique Species series, limited edition, numbered pieces like these Acino glasses.

In order to best present the collection we have chosen to work with the Catalan winery Casa Ravella, which shares our philosophy and way of doing things. The family run winery founded in 1567 is a touchstone of the Alt Penedès area, specialising in ecological production and sustainability, achieving 100% environmentally friendly agricultural practices with exceptional results as well as the protection of its natural resources. Casa Ravella employs biological farming methods and only uses vegetable based materials to protect the vines.

That very same environmentally friendly approach forms part of our reuse of discarded materials in order to lessen the impact of our manufacture, just like the care that goes into our processes. Everything we do reflects our motto “Let’s feel the life”, that also inspires this Catalan winery.

The Acino glasses are made from recycled glass from wine bottles and exploit the same hand blown glass techniques which leaves captured air bubbles on the surface of the glass. Their amber and greenish tones are noteworthy and the glasses are available in two sizes: ideal as water glasses, soft drinks or even for wine,  as well as making perfect candle holders (the light from the flame highlights its colours).

In order to celebrate the arrival of Autumn we, in collaboration with Casa Ravella are raffling 3 special Packs including:  a set of Acino glasses and three wine bottles of the winery’s young vintages: a red, Selección Casa Ravella (Cariñena and Garnacha), a white, Casa Llarga (Xarel·lo) and a rosé, Ton del Ros (Merlot).

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