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How Much Does a Wine Glass Cost?

February 4, 2022

Asking how much a wine glass costs is akin to asking how much a car costs. Sure, wine glasses (usually) don’t come with extras and options, but you do need to consider different models and styles, uses, and users. Do you want something inexpensive and basic such as a Kia or Spark?  Perhaps you would […]

Choose the Best Wine Glasses for Your Taste

February 3, 2022

Drinking wine is both communal and personal. The act of drinking wine with friends and family elicits memories of the good times past and inspires planning for future gatherings. It’s a well-deserved treat after a long day or the perfect libation for a celebration. The wine you choose for any of the above reasons depends […]

Types of Wine Glasses

February 3, 2022

“I’m a wine enthusiast. The more wine I drink, the more enthusiastic I get!” – Anonymous Congratulations! If you’re interested in the types of wine glasses available, you, too, are a wine enthusiast. Or perhaps an enthusiastic wine drinker at the very least. The wine enthusiast enjoys trying new wines, learning about acidity and tannins*, […]

Does the Type of Wine Glass Matter?

February 3, 2022

What is Winemaking? Winemaking, more formally known as vindication, is the biochemical process of transforming grapes into wine. Without question, the art of winemaking has evolved over the centuries and is still growing. Sidenote: remember the movie The Big Chill when William Hurt said that line? “I was evolving; I’m still evolving.” It’s a great […]

What Is the Best Glass to Drink Red Wine From?

February 3, 2022

If you’re like so many, you’re constantly discovering the delight of great red wines. And, if you’re like so many of us, you’re completely overwhelmed about the number of varietals (that’s wine speak for different wine types) and which glass is which and which glass is right for your personal enjoyment of red wine. So, […]

Which Wine Goes in Which Glass?

February 2, 2022

Some of us struggle with dinner table protocols. It can become confusing when there are two to three forks on the left, two spoons on the right, a couple above the place setting, and a bread plate on BOTH sides. Not to mention, there are two wine glasses to the right of your plate. Which […]

The Definitive Guide to Stemless Wine Glasses

February 2, 2022

You don’t need to be a sommelier or wine expert to find the best drinking glasses. After all, stemless wine glasses are appropriate for every type of wine. You can also use these tumbler-like glasses for non-alcoholic drinks. Let’s explore the reasons why you might choose this type of glass, as well as some truly […]

Does a Wine Glass Affect Taste?

February 2, 2022

Not only is there an art and science to producing and understanding wine, but there is also an art and science to understanding how to consume your wine. Good wine is something to be enjoyed and appreciated. One of the best ways to do that is by selecting the right glass for the right wine. […]

How Do You Choose a Whiskey Glass?

August 26, 2021

Whiskey drinkers know that the proper whiskey glass is crucial to their enjoyment of whiskey the way they want to experience it. Many different components make up the drinking experience of whiskey, which will contribute to your choice of a whiskey glass. There are various sizes and shapes, but also different materials used and price […]

Learn How to Taste Whiskey From an Expert

August 26, 2021

Expert Whiskey Tasting Advice We got with Whisky Magazine’s editor, Christopher Coates, to find out the top tips and latest trends in whiskey tasting. With the help of this article, you’ll be well on your way to becoming a whiskey expert. Whiskey Glasses for Different Occasions “That the glassware suits the occasion and what you’re […]

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