Born in the late 1800s to immigrants, G.D. Herring crossed an ocean to fight in the Great War. He came home, married a Russian ballerina and soon after went broke gambling. He opened a chain of tobacco stores and began a family. He had many other successful ventures, including a glassware business. He died playing an excellent hand of Bridge.
G.D. Herring has a proud tradition of producing glassware for people who value quality and craftsmanship. The company was founded with one purpose; creating premium glassware to experience the aroma and tasting as the distiller intended.