The brand, belonging to the Arc group, targets wine and hotel-catering professionals. Once again it has joined forces with passionate professionals to launch three new lines: Macaron, Primarific and Arpège.
Macaron - Food-wine pairing at the centre of the culinary experience
In order to develop Macaron, Chef&Sommelier launched a challenge for the Paris-based Les Sismo design agency and a committee of wine and food experts: “create a new emblematic line which has a strong impact both on the eye and on the taste buds”. Macaron has risen to the challenge with a
range of tasting glasses designed to enrich the food and wine pairing experience and highlight the pleasure of dining.
Primarific - New colours, new ambiance
To complete the range of colours available for their Primarific tumblers, which already includes gold, silver and copper, Chef&Sommelier is launching three other colours: green, red and chocolate.
With their metallic colours, their luxurious and appetising effects and their original tulip-shape, Primarific tumblers will enhance professionally-spread tables with a simple dash of colour, adding a friendly and warm touch.
Arpège - when retro meets contemporary style
The Arpège collection masters the art of contrasts. These glasses satisfy contemporary codes, while sporting a retro style thanks to their volute-patterned sides. The patterns are highlighted by surrounding light and disappear when the glasses are filled. Enhanced by the purity and shine of Krysta crystal, they transform tumblers into decorative objects in their own right.
Founded in 1825 in Arques in northern France, the Arc group manufactures and sells glass products and tableware through its brands Arcopal, Luminarc, Cristal d'Arques Paris, Arcoroc, Chef&Sommelier and its very latest brand Eclat. It exports more than 80 % of products manufactured
at its historic site. Arc has a worldwide presence through its different production sites and distribution subsidiaries.