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Henkel glass

See below wine glasses,

Wine glasses and grapes Wine glasses are the same despite the variety of the basic structure. They consist of foot, stem and calyx. When fireplace is the space between poured wine and upper glass edge called. The biggest difference is the shape of the chalice. The more bulbous the calyx, the larger the liquid surface. And the longer or higher the chimney, the bigger the volume. The larger the surface and the volume, the more intense the fragrances can unfold. There are also wine glasses without stem, some with handles. Such are purists only for drinking water or for simple Schank wines accepted. a Grand Vin To drink from such a glass of Bordeaux would, so to speak, mean sacrilege. The fact is that they are very popular, especially in southern countries. The result is based on classic wine glasses.

Choosing the right glasses is optimal Weingenuss almost as important as the right one wine temperature, As a guideline is to use generously proportioned glasses, the goblet tapers upwards, so that Aroma and the bouquet of the wine in the goblet. With a few exceptions, this applies to most wines. For an acidified wine, you can also Glass use, whose shell extends slightly above. White wine glasses usually have a relatively small volume, so that the wine can not heat up so quickly. Red wine glasses are large-volume, because of the large surface, the wine can absorb more oxygen and unfold its bouquet better. Above all, this phenomenon depends on the optimal ratio between surface and volume. Such glasses are also called Bordeaux glasses designated.

Drinking glasses: Bordeaux, Burgundy, Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay

Sweet wine or dessert wine glasses are much smaller than other wine glasses, as a rule, you donate amounts of not larger than 0.1 liter (ie not even one eighth of a...

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