A good sparkling wine should be drunk at a good temperature so that it can fully develop its flavor. If the glass is held by the goblet with the hand, the sparkling wine warms up faster. That is why the stem was invented. Another advantage is that it sounds nicer when toasted.
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The sparkling wine tulip, also called sparkling wine goblet, is the classic among sparkling wine glasses. Its goblet runs conically downwards and offers between 15 and 20 cl of space. The upper diameter of the glasses is at most around four cm, which prevents the carbon dioxide and aroma from escaping quickly. Thus, the sparkling wine remains sparkling longer. The standard shape of the sparkling wine glass is also suitable for champagne, prosecco or various aperitifs.
The sparkling wine flute is similar to the sparkling wine goblet. The difference is that the goblet is trumpet-shaped and elegantly slopes downward, then blends into a long, wide stem. A sparkling wine flute has a capacity of about 200 ml.
In a sparkling wine bowl, the goblet is wider and flatter and has a shorter stem than a sparkling wine tulip or a sparkling wine flute. The diameter of the bowl is around 10 cm. Sparkling wine bowls can be filled with up to 300 ml. They were very popular in the 60s and 70s. Today, they are often misused for cocktails, as carbon dioxide can quickly escape from the large opening when serving sparkling wine.
As a rule, sparkling wine tulips, sparkling wine goblets, sparkling wine flutes and sparkling wine bowls are filled with 0.1 liters of sparkling wine or champagne. However, since the drinks are often refined with syrup or the glasses are garnished with fresh fruit, the glasses have a higher filling quantity.
There is not much difference between sparkling wine glasses and champagne glasses. Usually they can be used as you like. The only difference is in the details: sparkling wine glasses often have a more rounded shape. In principle, however, they can be used to enjoy both sparkling wine and champagne, because the shape of the glass does not affect the taste of the drinks.
Some champagne and sparkling wine glasses have a mousse point (comes from the French mousse for foam). This is a tiny protruding point, usually located at the bottom of the goblet, where the dissolved carbon dioxide more easily develops into a bubble and bubbles or mousses.