MOVE OVER RIEDEL, there’s a new player coming soon to the world of stemware and it’s designed to eliminate the need for decanting. Created by Vacanti Wine Glasses, Spirale is a hand-blown wine glass with a unique design embedded in the stem that captures sediment found in red wine as it settles. The company was founded in 2O12 by husband and wife Patrick and Margarita Vacanti and the glass has been in development for the past five years with sommeliers, wineries, restaurant owners and target consumers from around the world all providing advice and input. Sediment is often removed through a process of filtering, clarification and stabilization of a wine however such deposits are perfectly harmless and can be an indicator of a wine’s age. Many fine wine makers believe that filtering and fining to remove sediment can actually be detrimental to the quality of the wine. Spirale offers a way to trap sediment particles in a simple way, poured straight from the bottle, without the use of a decanter. Its inventors say that the molded spiral at the base of the glass will lock in sediment, trapping it at the base of the glass, even when users tilt the glass to sip. After launching a Kickstarter campaign the company received more than $8O,OOO, nearly double its goal of $48,OOO. The glasses will be available in sets of two, four, eight and twelve and are expected to reach the market this November. Estimated cost will be $35 per stem.