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Types of Wine Glasses

Beaujolais
Beaujolais

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Bordeaux
Bordeaux

Another style of red wine glass, the burgundy glass, is designed for lighter, full-bodied wines such as Pinot Noir. It is not as tall as the Bordeaux glass, but the bowl is larger than the Bordeaux glass, directing the wine to the tip of the tongue to taste its more delicate flavors.

Brandy
Brandy

Viewed side by side, there's little apparent difference between a glass of brandy and a glass of cognac. Yet, brandy can cost just a few dollars while high-end cognacs can fetch tens of thousands. The difference is that cognac is a premium form of brandy, crafted -- like American bourbon whiskey -- in a very specific fashion. Not all cognacs are exceptional, but at their best they're among the world's outstanding spirits.

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Burgundy
Burgundy

Triangle 23oz, Hand Blown Lead-free Crystal Glass Burgundy/Pinot Noir Red Wine Glasses, Set of 2, Large Bowl and Long Stem, Wedding Gift Set

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Cabernet Franc
Cabernet Franc

The perfect wine glass! Stemless Cabernet wine glasses are all the rage and these beautiful wine glasses are just what you're looking for. Shaped to enhance your wines' flavors they're mouth-blown of fine quality lead-free glass and because they're stemless they fit easily in your cabinets and dishwasher.

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Cabernet Sauvignon
Cabernet Sauvignon

In the seventeenth century in southwestern France, an accidental breeding occurred between a red Cabernet Franc grape plant and a white Sauvignon Blanc grape plant and thus was born the most popular grape among American wine drinkers: Cabernet Sauvignon.

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Carignan
Carignan

Carignan ("care-in-yen") is a medium-bodied red wine that grows mostly in Southern France, Spain and the island of Sardinia. It fruit forward flavors and spice notes make it the perfect food wine...

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Chardonnay
Chardonnay

Chardonnay White Wine Guide Chardonnay is the most popular white wine on earth and, more recently, it has also become the most divisive. Travel to any wine region in the world, and you’ll find at least one vineyard growing Chardonnay.

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Chianti
Chianti

A Chianti wine (Italian pronunciation: ) is any wine produced in the Chianti region, in central Tuscany, Italy. It was historically associated with a squat bottle enclosed in a straw basket, called a fiasco ("flask"; pl. fiaschi).

Cocktail Glass
Cocktail Glass

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Flute Glass
Flute Glass

So, if you drink more affordable sparkling wine on a regular basis, you may actually end up preferring the flute-style glass, because it will hide flaws and make the wine taste more spritzy. Material The glass material will either be crystal or standard glass. The major difference between the two materials is thickness.

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Grenache
Grenache

Grenache is known for its berry flavors of bright strawberries and raspberries and notes of white pepper, with many people even saying that the wine has the unmistakable flavor of a fruit roll-up! The Garnacha grape was born in the northern region of Spain known as Aragon.

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Highball Glass
Highball Glass

A highball glass is a glass tumbler used to serve ‘tall’ cocktails and other mixed drinks that contain a large proportion of a non-alcoholic mixer, and are poured over ice. It is often used interchangeably with the Collins Glass, although the highball glass is shorter and wider in shape.

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Hurricane Glass
Hurricane Glass

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Irish Coffee Glass
Irish Coffee Glass

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Lowball Glass
Lowball Glass

(6) Lowball Glass The lowball glass, Old Fashioned glass, or rocks glass, are all names for a short tumbler with a solid base which holds around 6 to 8 ounces of liquid. A solid base aids with drinks which require ‘muddled’ ingredients.

Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir

Each grape DNA was analyzed only to find out they are identical. So, if you like Pinot Noir, start drinking all the Pinots! Germany is a top Pinot Noir Producer. Germany is the 3rd largest producer of Pinot Noir after France and the US. Pinot Noir is commonly called Spätburgunder in Germany.

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Red Wine Glass
Red Wine Glass

Red wine glasses and White wine glasses differ in shape and size, driven by the types of wine they are intended to hold.

Rose
Rose

Two types of wine glasses are widely accepted for use with rose wines – stemmed glasses with a short bowl and a slight taper, and those with a short bowl and a slightly flared lip. Since these wines are fairly similar in fermentation process as white wines, the use of a white wine glass is also considered acceptable for these types of wine if a rose wine glass is not available.

Sauvignon Blanc
Sauvignon Blanc

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Stemless White Wine
Stemless White Wine

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White Wine Glass
White Wine Glass

Red wine glasses and White wine glasses differ in shape and size, driven by the types of wine they are intended to hold. Typically Red wine glasses will be a bit taller and have a larger bowl than White wine glasses.