Wusthof CutleryPosted: September 2, 2012
Wüsthof is known worldwide by the distinctive Trident logo, and has been a leader in high quality forged knives for a respectable 198 years.
We like their environmentally friendly manufacturing processes. And we appreciate that this seventh-generation family-owned company maintains absolutely strict guidelines to produce their consistently high quality knives, which are made in Solingen (Germany) with an expert team of 300.
Wüsthof’s varied selection includes over 350 forged knives within various lines, including such greats as the Classic (our favorite) and Grand Prix. It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by their large selection, however rest assured that we’re always here to help you choose the knife that’s right for you.
We’ve talked before about the qualities of a good knife – full tang, quality materials, etc. Wüsthof way exceeds quality standards, and totally stands behind their work. Don’t just take our word for it, though; well-known chefs such as Gordon Ramsay, Martha Stewart, and Emeril Lagasse, use Wusthof knives. And you’ll find Wüsthof in the hands of many international culinary teams as well.
By the way, Wüsthof also produces knife blocks, scissors, and many other kitchen tools, which it distributes worldwide.
Nowadays, it’s difficult to find a lot of businesses that won’t settle for just satisfactory. One of the reasons we’re big fans of Wüsthof is that their long-standing values and tradition shine through in the products they create.
“Fante’s has been here for 106 years, and Wusthof almost makes us feel like a newcomer”, remarks our cutlery buyer, Alice. We may be half as old, however we operate in a similar fashion when it comes to high quality and good customer service.
During our own centennial milestone, Wüsthof’s newest head of the family business, Harald Wüsthof visited our Philly store, and recognized Fante’s with a memorable gift!
A bit more about the name…
Wüsthof is the family name, and as well as the brand name.
The brand is also known as Wüsthof Trident.
The manufacturing company’s name is Ed. Wüsthof Dreizackwerk KG.
(Dreizack translates as Trident from German.)
Wusthof-Trident of America, Inc. is their warranty and distribution point for the U.S., in Norwalk, CT.