everything you wanted to know about wine glasses but were afraid to ask

by:Xianke     2020-06-27
A Brief History of Wine Glass glasses has been used since ancient times. Pliny (23-79 A. D. )
Wrote about the abandonment of gold and silver drinking boats to support glass, which are often priced as high as the precious metal version.
Bonifacio Verona\'s Sixteen
\"Last Century dinner\" includes modern style wine glasses with stems and feet.
The oldest existing European wine glasses with stems and feet are 15-
Century lacquer lamp (
The high-foot Cup is a glass with more than four ounces of liquid).
At the end of Sixteen
In the German Century, exquisite carving decorations were adopted on the glass.
The oldest existing wine glass in Britain is Diamond.
Engraved glasses produced at the end of the 16 th century
The century by Verzelini
Common straight stems are popular around 1740 while introducing air-distorted stems.
Ten years later, hemp flowers cut outside the stem became popular.
At the end of the 18 th century, France was producing high-quality crystal wine glassescentury.
18 friendly glasses
The bowl of the century is in the same shape as the typical shape of the wine glass, but much smaller, about an ounce.
The toast master\'s glasses are made with a thicker base and walls so they can take less.
A master of toast had to drain all the glass until all the toast was finished and he was still able to stay on his feet.
Wine glasses during the 19 th National Congress
The century is often a complete set.
One glass of wine, red wine, champagne and liqueur.
Recently, in the 1950 s, Riedel Crystal and other stemware manufacturers have improved the design of wine glass, with a unique size and shape for almost every wine.
Of course, wine glasses are used for drinking. But people are creative and they find other uses, from combining a few glasses to build a glass harp, to using stemware in a similar way to provide sound education.
There is really no right or wrong wine glass selection-
Or drink wine for that.
However, there are some glasses that are better than others in assessing wine.
First of all, we recommend you to use comfortable glasses.
Aesthetics aside, there are only two things that really need to be remembered when considering wine tasting glass: the size of the glass and the overall shape of the glass.
The more commonly used tasting glass is called the shape of a chimney.
The bottom of the bowl is wider, and the opening is gradually thinner to smaller.
The wider bottom will allow you to have enough wine and give you enough space to rotate the wine, while the smaller opening on the top will help capture and concentrate the fragrance, let you have enough fragrance to evaluate the wine.
If your glass is in this shape, the size does not matter to a large extent, the actual size of the glass does not matter, except that it needs to be large enough to have a large enough opening, so you can put your nose in to really smell the wine.
Some swear by the \"Burgundy\" style of big wine glasses that allow as much wine as possible to come into contact with the air, thus releasing as much flavor and flavor as possible.
Others like the convenience and ease of use of small glass.
Other precautions to enhance your experience include clear glassware (no colors)
There is no cutting or engraving inside the glass.
Many glass manufacturers have designed specific glasses for specific wine types or varieties, taking into account different aspects of different wine types.
While this is great, this is not a necessary purchase for a full tasting.
The largest producer of these professional wine glasses is an Austrian crystal company called Riedel (pronounced REE-dle).
Delicate and expensive.
When cleaning the glassware, clean the glass and try to avoid using soap.
Rinse with hot water.
The next time soap is used, the soap is trapped in the glass to release the smell of soap.
While you may be very proficient in identifying dish soap of various brands, this ability and teaching your soap glasses will not add to the enjoyment of a good glass of wine.
All in all, it is important to find good glassware for wine tasting experience, but \"good\" does not necessarily mean \"expensive \".
\"Find your comfortable glassware and fully satisfy its use: provide wine for your evaluation and enjoyment.
Tips for providing wine you may have heard many conflicting and complex instructions over the years, telling you how to get the wine to the glass from the store.
It\'s not necessarily that difficult.
There is a basic knowledge of the supply of wine, and these are what you really need.
Many customs have been drinking for many years.
None of them are daunting or stuffy.
They are only done to improve the enjoyment of wine. -
\"Fish with white wine, meat with red wine\" is more used than cooking. -
Red wine is served at room temperature, white wine, Rose and champagne are served at room temperature. -
The stronger the food, the stronger the wine.
The lighter the food, the lighter the wine. -
Wine loves the air, which gives it a fresh taste of sleep.
It is recommended to open the bottle about an hour before consumption and let the wine \"breathe \".
In a year or so, it tastes mellow. -
A bottle of wine must be handled carefully and moved as little as possible.
Remember, Wine likes to sleep and will only wake up in your mouth. -
Wine bottles do not need to be cleaned or sprinkled before opening.
They are opened on a hard surface.
Open a bottle of white wine, Rose and champagne in the ice bucket. -
In order to ensure that the wine is not deteriorated, smell the red grape wine bottle stopper, which brings a bad smell to the bottle stopper.
Since the wine is refrigerated and there is no smell of Cork, there is no need to smell the white and rose wine cork.
In terms of temperature, the ideal service temperature for wine-
You may have heard that red wine should be served at room temperature and white wine should be slightly refrigerated before it is served.
These suggestions were made at a time when the \"room temperature\" is lower than the typical temperature today. Full-
Wine body and Danin red wine are most popular at no more than 64 degrees F (18°C)
Pinot wine (
Including Burgundy)
Then the modern Red Army.
The taste is soft, light and fruity, including Danning acid.
Young people can drink for free at a cooler temperature.
Down to about 54 degrees Fahrenheit (12°C).
White wine is 43 degrees Fahrenheit (6°C)to 52°F (11°C).
Red or white wine, go wrong on the cool side as they will warm up quickly on the table and in the glass.
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