Eisch stands internationally for first-class glassmaking craftsmanship. The Eisch family has been active in the glass trade for more than 300 years. In 1946, master engraver Valentin Eisch and his wife Therese founded their own finishing company, and in 1952 their own glassworks in Frauenau, Bavaria.
The glassworks is still completely family-owned and is run with great passion by Julia Eisch and Eberhard Eisch in the third generation. Together with Florian Eichinger (4th generation, son of Julia Eisch) they develop the company into a modern and innovative glass manufacturer.
The Bavarian Forest serves as an important raw material supplier for the quartz sand required for glass melting and for the beech wood from which the glass-blowing molds for the most artistic creations are made. The forest and nature serve as models for the colours, shapes and designs of the unmistakable Eisch glass culture.
In the hot glass furnaces, the melt is processed, blown and shaped by gifted craftsmen in the traditional manner. The subsequent refinement of the products with engraving, grinding, painting and sandblasting has a long history in the glassworks. But modern, automated processes are also used to manufacture a wide range of high-quality products: from elegant drinking glass series to artistic one-offs.
With the SensisPlus glasses, Eisch achieved a milestone in the creation of wine glasses. The wine develops an unexpected variety of aromas, which caused enthusiasm and astonishment among sommeliers around the world. Eberhard Eisch describes his experience with the SensisPlus glasses as follows: "With this glass I can look into the future of wine!" Eisch is also successful on foreign markets.