What kind of glassware is used at Georgian Room?

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The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star Georgian Room forgets no detail: From hand-painted chinaware to pristine silver cutlery, its opulent table settings are a cut above your typical resort restaurant — and the glassware is nothing but the best.
 
Riedel stemware, an Austrian company that began producing mouth-blown, hand-made glasses in the 1750s, is used for pours of the Sea Island restaurant’s extensive wine collection. Let expert sommelier Ryanne Carrier help you choose a glass of wine to pair with chef Daniel Zeal’s modern American cuisine, or try a variety of choices with wine pairings alongside the Chef’s Tasting Menu.
 
For water and other beverages, you’ll find Waterford cut-crystal glasses on the table. This European company also began producing glassware in the 1750s, and is now one of the most in-demand glass companies in the U.S.

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