So that you can inspire your guests not only with your dishes, but also with your wines, one thing above all is important: the right wine glass! Because even the best wine only tastes good when it is served in the right wine glass. Depending on the wine, the glass helps to skillfully bring out the different flavors.
Normally, a wine glass consists of three parts: Goblet, stem & foot. It does not matter whether it is a red wine glass, a white wine glass or a rosé wine glass. Sparkling wine and champagne glasses are also constructed according to this scheme.
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Wine glasses are poured about one-third full - very bulbous red wine glasses, such as Burgundy glasses, are even filled only one-quarter full. The reason for this is that the wine does not warm up as quickly and can develop its flavor perfectly. In addition, wine glasses quickly become too heavy if they are poured too full. The exception here are champagne glasses. These are poured to about a finger's width below the rim.
Especially with white wine and sparkling wine, the right temperature is important so that the wine can develop its full flavor. If the glass is held by the goblet, the wine warms up faster. The stem keeps the wine at a good temperature for longer. Another advantage is that if wine glasses are held by the stem, there is a full sound when they are toasted.
There are two ways to set wine glasses properly: either side by side or in a triangular shape. In both options, the white wine glass is above the knife for the main course. If the glasses are placed side by side, the red wine glass is at a 45° angle above the white wine glass, and the water glass is on the same line below it. With the triangle, the red wine glass is at a 90° angle above the white wine glass, and the water glass is at a 90° angle below it.