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November 2, 2006

Choosing the Right Wine Glass

Wine GlassesWe've found a fairly interesting article that tells you not only how to choose the right glasses for the wine you're serving, but also how to serve it effectively. For example, contrary to (our) popular belief, you're not supposed to try to fill your glass so it's nearly overflowing, with a meniscus of grape over the top. Who knew?

While wine is a type of alcohol, it refutes this easy-to-serve concept. It’s not horribly difficult to serve, but when compared to other forms of alcohol, its proper service requires a little more know how, a know-how that is facilitated by an understanding of the different types of wine glasses.
Read on at Serving with Wine Glasses (blogcritics)

To get you started we found some likely wine glasses at Amazon:
Bodum So Long Stemless Red Wine Glasses, Set of 2

Riedel Vinum Bordeaux Wine Glasses, Set of 6

Mikasa Cheers Balloon Wine Glasses, Set of 4

Riedel Wine Series Viognier/Chardonnay Glasses, Set of 4

Riedel Vinum Extreme Cabernet/Merlot Glasses, Set of 2

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Posted by Head Wino at November 2, 2006 7:47 AM
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