Difference between a champagne glass and a wine glass

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In general, the difference between a champagne glass and a red wine glass is that the red wine glass has a large mouth and a short body; the champagne glass has a small mouth and a long glass body. There are two types of red wine glasses: red wine glasses and white wine glasses. Generally, the red wine glass has a larger mouth and a larger body; the white wine glass has a smaller opening and a smaller body. Champagne glasses are elongated.


The champagne glass is slender, like a slender tulip. The slender glass body is to allow enough space for the bubbles to rise. The standard champagne glass has a pointed concave point at the bottom of the glass. This small design, It can make the bubbles richer and more beautiful. The champagne glass can also be used to hold ice wine, but the bottle mouth of the champagne glass is relatively small, which will weaken the aroma of the ice wine.


Why is there a difference between a champagne glass and a red wine glass? The reason for the difference between a champagne glass and a red wine glass is that the diameter of the wine glass, the length of the glass body, the width of the glass mouth, and even the thickness of the glass wall will have subtle effects on the flavor of the wine. Influence, the shape of the glass determines the first contact with the taste buds when entering the wine. A wine glass with a slightly outward rim can direct the wine to the sweet area on the tip of the tongue; a cup with the rim turned inward can make the wine flow to the middle of the tongue and then taste it, showing two different tastes. Therefore, the difference between a champagne glass and a red wine glass was born.


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