Spanish name for the typical sherry glass with a tapered, tulip-shaped goblet to concentrate the aromas on the nose. By the way, this is also the name of a small tulip that grows in Sherryland. It is (because of higher alcohol content Sherry ) with a volume of only 80 to 140 ml significantly smaller than a normal wine glass and is only half filled.
It is very similar to one Port Wine Glass, but is slimmer and taller. In Spain, the sherry glass in the cellar is traditionally artfully made from the barrel Venencia (Scoop) filled in a high arc. The special glass for the sherry type Manzanilla is called Caña, See also under wine glasses. wine vessels and Weingenuss,