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French designation of the slender, high and long-stemmed glass (German "flute"), which the qualities of a sparkling wine particularly good and beneficial brings to advantage. The path of the carbon dioxide bubbles to the surface is opposite to the flat, bowl-shaped in this glass form coupe much longer. This and especially the smaller liquid surface cause the positive circumstance that the carbon dioxide and evaporate the flavors much more slowly and the heating by the ambient temperature is slower. For an increased rising of the carbon dioxide bubbles in the glass, the so-called effervescence, See also below Champagne glass. Champagne pyramid. wine vessels. Weingenuss and wine glasses,

Drinking glasses: Flûte, Coupe, red wine, white wine

With Flûte but also the typical Schlegel bottle for the wines in the French Alsace designated.

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