This saber is made by French cutlery maker Laguiol. The blade is made from a fine stainless steel and the handle is carved out of rosewood. The overall length of this sabering sword is 16.5 inches. The saber is packaged in a wood box with a sliding top. The tradition of sabering a bottle of sparkling wine dates back to the Napoleon era. Back from the battlefield, Napoleon realized that opening a bottle of Champagne with their sabers was much more efficient when on horseback. Today the tradition of sabering bottles of sparkling wine continues and events at Schramsberg often start with this ritual. With practice, the wielder can slice through the top of the bottle cleanly in a truly magnificent style. A word of caution: please receive proper training on the art of sabering before using a saber to open a bottle of sparkling wine. This activity is not without risk.
Give this year's commemorative Schramsberg ornament. Packaged in a red gift box, keep one for yourself or give as a gift to a loved one. Featuring Jacob Schram's historic victorian house, you can remember your visit to Schramsberg for years to come.
A Schramsberg mouse pad to remind you of your favorite sparkling wine while you work. This laminated mouse pad displays the Schramsberg logo with golden trim, and has a soft velvet bottom to prevent slipping.
Available in two colors: Burgundy and Hunter Green. Make your choice when you order. Measures 11 3/4" x 8 3/4".
The cost of the mouse pad is $9.99 for everyone. Additional club discount can't be applied to this product.
A must have for any sparkling wine aficionado. Schramsberg sparkling wine stoppers are designed to keep our bottles fresh and bubbly once open. This is also the only sparkling wine stopper that will work on a bottle of J. Schram.
A must have for sparkling wine aficionado, the Riddler Frog logo etched Schott Zwiesel flute is made from Tritan Crystal. The flute displays a diamond-like brilliance that is extremely resistant to breakage and scratching.
A must have for sparkling wine aficionado, the Schramsberg logo etched Schott Zwiesel flute is made from Tritan Crystal. The flute displays a diamond-like brilliance that is extremely resistant to breakage and scratching.
This hardbound book written by Jack and Jamie Davies chronicles Schramsberg early history. It also includes "Napa Wines" an excerpt from Robert Louis Stevenson's 1880 work, Silverado Squatters. With its gorgeous photography, this book will add grace and interest to your coffee table. 144 page book.