my new favourite wine glasses - wine glass
I am often asked questions about wine glasses, usually whether it is important to have a wine glass in the style of each wine.
Some brands offer different glass for almost every grape variety you can think --
As well as wine port, wine champagne, etc.
My general feeling is that it's better to spend money on wine than to buy a hundred.
But I have to admit I'm a glass. hoarder.
I have too many cabinets in my kitchen filled with hundreds of wine glasses of all shapes and sizes.
I have a dozen, six, and some (usually gifts)are singles.
Most of them are reasonable sizes, but there is a whole bottle of wine in some gifts --
I don't want to pour a whole bottle in, partly because of the fear that the weight will break the stem.
However, in the past few years, I have usually been attracted by two styles.
One is the style of workawayers of considerable scale;
25 points of a bottle to the widest part of the bowl (
You should never exceed)
The mouth of the bowl is becoming thinner, which means it has a good fragrance.
The other is the classic Pinot noir glass with a shorter but wider bowl.
I used the first one besides heipino: white, red, rose and sparkling. (
I gave up my collection of sparkling wine flutes. )
I only used the second black Bino.
This may be a kind of affectation.
Although I often write articles that support dry-free wine glasses, I have never had dry-free wine glasses.
I think they are"
Broken ", I think they are great when there is a lot of movement around the table, like on the deck or on the cabin.
They have a lower center of gravity and are much less likely to be knocked down.
But recently I found the Azzura stem-free glass produced by Trudeau, Canada.
They have wide bottom, narrow mouth and dimples on the side.
The dimples give you a good grip on your thumb, and if you drink white wine outside in the summer and there is condensation outside the glass, I find it useful.
Since I bought dozens of these glasses (
About $20 for a box of four)
, I have not used anything else for each wine (
Including pinot noir)
Whether I drink inside or outside
Did I miss something, don't drink my chardonnay, my Viognier and my Cabernet, maybe custom glass, but can make up for it without making glass
Make a decision every time
It can also be washed
It was much easier to get up, which helped me overcome the affectation of heibino.
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