Why are there so many different wine glasses?

Among the many wine glasses available, you will find that certain shapes of wine are more suitable for enjoying certain types of wine.

By the way, it doesn’t matter if your glass has or does not have stems. More information about the shape of the container is how to collect aroma and deposit wine into your mouth. (I know that some of you fans will strongly oppose it!)

The following summarizes the main glass shapes and wines that perform well in these shapes.

Not a good wine glass at all
Do not. It looks like a wine glass, but it is not.
The first is the first thing. Do you know those glasses filled with glasses? Those are not wine glasses. They are fashionable cups.

In order to taste the flavor of the wine, you really need to leave space above the wine to collect the aroma.

Types of white wine glasses by Wine Folly
A white wine glass can keep the temperature cooler. The other is better at collecting aroma.
White wine glass
White wine is usually served in smaller bowl-shaped glasses. Smaller glasses:

Preserve floral fragrance
Keep cool
Show more acidity in wine
More aroma due to being close to the nose (even at lower temperatures)
You will notice that mellow white wines such as Chardonnay, Vioni, White Rioja and Orange in oak barrels are best paired with large bowls.

Riedel initially referred to it as a “Montrachet” glass, and this larger bowl better emphasizes the creamy texture due to its wider mouthfeel.

Different types of wine glasses considered by Wine Folly
The three main red wine glass shapes help moderately high-tannin wines, exude more aroma or make spicy wines more rounded.
Red wine glass
The choice of red wine glass has a lot to do with reducing the bitterness of tannins or spicy flavors to make the wine taste smoother.

After tasting wine in different glasses for a few years, we noticed that tasting red wine from open glasses tends to be smoother. Of course, the distance from the actual liquid will affect your smell.

Red wine glass shape and wine. Wine stupid illustration
Large “Bordeaux” glass
This glass shape is best suited for bold red wines such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Sauvignon, Alicante Bouchet or Bordeaux.

Provides more aroma compounds than ethanol burning away from the nose
Larger surface area allows ethanol to evaporate
The wider opening makes the wine taste smoother
“Standard” Red Wine Glass
Very suitable for medium to full-bodied red wines with spicy and / or high alcohol glass.

The spice will soften because starting from the smaller opening, the flavor will gradually reach your tongue. Try this glass of wine, such as Zinfandel, Malbec, Shiraz and Petite Sirah.

Aroma collector “Burgundy” glass
An excellent choice for lighter and more refined red wines with a light aroma. The large round bowl helps collect all the aroma. Try to use glass shapes like Pinot Noir, Camry, Zweigt, Saint Laurent, Schiava, Fresa, Valpolicella and even Nebbiolo!

9 best whiskey and scotch glasses

  1. Neat whiskey glass
    A clean whiskey glass may look like a miniature fish tank, but the design of this opening is supported by strict science. In particular, this whisky glass is manufactured according to natural engineering aroma technology, which determines the most effective way to reduce ethanol vapors while enhancing aroma. Due to the bulbous body and flat edges, whenever you smell it, your nose will hang on the “sweet spot”. This whisky glass also fits in the palm of your hand. All these and more make it one of Australia’s best whisky glasses.
  2. Anchored Glen Kane Crystal Canadian Whiskey Glass
    This Glencairn glass is a classic between its curved body, wide bowl and sturdy base. Designed specifically for Canadian whiskey (although to be honest, any whiskey is enough), this whisky glass showcases the best of spirits in color and aroma. At the same time, wide lips ensure maximum drinkability.
  3. Glencairn whiskey glass
    Most enthusiasts swear by Glencairn whiskey glass for good reason. It is made of high-quality crystal, based on the heavy base of the whisky glass, and matched with the slender and curved body of the tulip glass. This is not only the best whiskey or scotch whiskey, but also comparable to the “official” whiskey glass.
  4. Sagaform Whiskey Glass
    If you like non-traditional (but still best) whiskey glasses, check out Sagaform’s Rocking Whiskey Tumbler Glasses. Thanks to the unique curved bottom, the glass can be placed at a permanent angle, although it will never drop or spill valuable liquids. Forward-looking, smart design also enhances ergonomics, making your hands safe and comfortable to hold.
  5. Finally touch the rock glass with the ice ball mold
    The Final Touch on the rock glass not only has a beautiful round shape, but also has an adjacent ice ball mold, which you can fill with water and freeze. With just a slight movement, the ice hockey rolls evenly on the base. For those who like whiskey cold but do not drink water, this whisky glass is for you.
  6. Corkcicle Whiskey Wedge
    Can’t feel the round shape of the molded ice hockey? Choose Corkcicle Whiskey Wedges instead. It is made of simple whiskey glass and silicon ice to form a thick flat plate. The result is a solid ice glacier that does n’t even sweat when you drink.
  7. Nolan Whiskey Glass
    This lightweight stunner is made of hand-blown double-walled borosilicate glass, keeping in mind the real straw. With specially developed internal protrusions, Norlan Whiskey Glass naturally reduces ethanol burning, while its concave outer edge provides smooth drinkability. Distiller master Jim McEwan (famous figure from Bruichladdich) helped perfect this compelling product during a four-day seminar, so it is one of the best Scotch whiskies in the world.
  8. Schott Zwiesel Tritan crystal glass
    Schott Zwiesel Tritan crystal glass is simple, elegant and durable, made of a lead-free mixture of titanium and zirconia. When placed on a flat surface, this dancing glass will gently shake, releasing the fragrance and aroma of whiskey. This contender for the best whiskey glass is also an ideal choice for delicious vintage wines.
  9. Viski Seneca multi-faceted crystal glass
    The Seneca multi-faceted crystal tumbler exudes geometric brilliance, with a triangular bottom and triangular sides. Due to all these fashionable silhouettes, these cool whisky glasses will produce a hypnotic prism that refracts light, allowing visible photons to pass directly through your wine glass or cocktail. Indeed, drunkenness is better than a built-in light show? The crystal whiskey glass is no better.

Knowledges about brandy

What is brandy vs what is brandy?
First of all, you may wonder what is the difference between brandy and cognac? All brandy is brandy, but only some brandy is brandy. Are you confused? Let us explain further … Cognac is a special type of brandy produced in the Cognac region. Just like champagne that can only be produced in Champagne, France. Cognac can only be produced in the Cognac region of France.

Brandy is a distilled wine made from grapes or fruits (such as wine), distilled and matured in oak barrels. In fact, wine is the first brandy to start, this particular type of wine is not very good for ordinary drinking. The wine must have high acidity, low alcohol content and residual sugar. The wine is heated at rest and the alcohol and wine water evaporates in it. The concentrated vapor is then cooled and condensed into very pure alcohol, which is then matured in oak barrels.

What is the quality brandy or brandy glass made of?
Standard Brandy Glass

In order to fully enjoy the complex aroma and flavor, you need to use a suitable brandy glass to guide the flavor to the right side of your nose, mouth and upper jaw. The best and most commonly used brandy and cognac glassware is whiskey glass. Known for its generous bowl size, it blooms and accumulates aromas and accumulates inside, thus giving drinkers a richer experience. I like this special brandy because the radius varies greatly from the rim to the base. When you raise a glass of brandy to drink, the aroma has a lot of room for expansion. Even if you smell it before drinking, you can easily notice the complex flavor.

Small brandy wine glass tasting cognac
Little Brandy Tasting

Quality cognac is very expensive. A small wine glass like this allows you to taste your favorite brandy and cognac to friends without appearing stingy. In addition, the basket can free up the other hand to prepare your own cigar or brandy glass. The natural wooden paddles are made with a timeless sieve shape, easy to pour, carry and serve guests. For your tasting choice, try different levels of cognac or several brands of brandy. You might choose distilled spirits from different types of fruits and then challenge guests to see if they can decrypt which kind of wine.

In which glass should I drink a cocktail?

Should strawberry daiquiri be served in a martini glass or a margarita glass? Can you taste tequila sunrise in a hurricane glass? With such a wide variety of cocktail glasses, you may feel that you only need to choose a suitable wine glass for your cocktail to mix the wine, so this cocktail glassware guide can help you.

Whether you are gathering for friends or opening your own cocktail bar, choosing the right cocktail glass is not only related to the presentation, but also to taste. Wide-brimmed glasses are great for strong, strong cocktails, which can be paired with cocktail decorations and fruit slices, while taller glasses are ideal for layered cocktails, with enough ice space. This guide will ensure that you do not offer guests margaritas with Pina Colada glass.

Martini glass
James Bond’s famous saying “shake without stirring” makes classic cocktail glasses more popular, and martini glasses are also commonly called “cocktail glasses”. This type of stem glass usually holds 5 to 10 ounces. The fluted design can not only hold a variety of martini cocktails (classic, dry, dirty), but also very suitable for holding powerful, small cocktails, such as Metropolis, Manhattan or Sidecar.

The classic martini cocktail contains 3 parts of gin and ½ amount of vermouth, which can be mixed after mixing the glass with ice, then filter it into a martini glass, and add olive or lemon flavor.

Special Martini Cocktail Glass
Margarita glasses
Margarita glasses are specifically designed for this tequila cocktail. They are slightly larger than martini glasses and usually hold 10 to 15 ounces. Margarita wine glasses’ high stems and narrow to wide rim bowls are easy to recognize. The bowls are usually coated with lime and salt, and are also great for placing cocktail decorations and decorations. You can also use Margarita wine glasses for a variety of frozen cocktails, such as daiquiri, or even frozen dessert glasses.

Margarita cocktail contains 2 parts silver tequila, 1 part lemon juice and 1 ounce of Cointreau, shake it with ice, then pour the ready-made lime and salt coated ma Greta in the glass.

Cabernet Sauvignon Margarita cocktail glass
Pina Colada glasses
This goblet-shaped glass is very large and can hold a lot of coconut cream and pineapple juice. It is perfect for pairing with Pina Colada cocktail. Pina Colada glasses have longer stems than Hurricane glasses, which is ideal because it prevents hands from heating the beverage.

The Pina Colada cocktail contains 2 measures of white rum, 2 measures of pineapple juice and 2 measures of coconut cream, shake it with ice, then filter into the Pina Colada glass and garnish with pineapple spear and cherry.

Pina Colada glass
Hurricane glasses
The Hurricane Cup is named after Pat O’Brien ’s New Orleans cocktail. The stem of the glass is short and the curved bowl is high, just like a hurricane lamp. This glass usually holds 16 to 20 ounces and is ideal for serving frozen and tropical beverages.

A hurricane cocktail contains 2 parts black rum, 1 part white rum, 1 part passion fruit juice, 2 parts orange juice, 1 part lime juice, 1 part pineapple juice and some Angosdula bitters, shake them Add ice cubes evenly, then garnish with lime and pineapple wedges.

Hurricane cocktail glass
Tom Collins glasses
The Tom Collins glass is tall and narrow, and can be easily interchanged with hiball glasses. The capacity is usually 10 to 14 ounces. The Collins glass has enough ice space and is perfect for a variety of long cocktails, including Mojito cocktails, Long Island iced tea, sea breeze and of course Collins cocktails.

Tom Collins cocktail contains 2 parts of gin, 1 part of lemon juice and ½ part of simple syrup, pour it into a glass filled with ice, add 4 parts of cold soda, then mix and garnish Lemon slices and cherries.

Original disco cup
Cocktail punch bowl
Cocktail punch bowls come in various shapes and sizes, whether you want to provide unique food or make a cocktail punch to share, they are ideal for parties. From traditional hole punches with with subs to novel fish tanks and oversized goblets, they have all become ideal focal points for parties.

Plastic cocktail fish tank
Small wine glass
Small wine glasses are not limited to tequila, but can also provide the perfect foundation for unique cocktails or layered cocktails. Traditionally, small wine glasses range in size from 1 to 3 ounces and have a variety of unique designs, including tall wine glasses for layered shooting, jagerbomb small glasses for shooting and chaser, and small twisted shots for mixed shooting Wine glass.

Econ wine glass
Champagne glass
Champagne glasses have two unique styles: a tulip-shaped champagne glass and a wide bowl of champagne saucers. Both are great for serving champagne cocktails》

How to choose stir glass

Good mixed glass is essential for any home or professional bar. But what should I know before buying? Of course, you should choose a wine that suits your personal style, but in addition to the aesthetic appeal, there are other considerations that will seriously affect your success in making the next stirred cocktail. This is a guide to mixed glass, and a breakdown of all the mixed glass (and mixing tanks) we provide to help you narrow the scope of the best mixed glass.
When to use stirring glass:

For stirred cocktails made entirely or mostly from spirits, liqueurs and fortified wines, such as Martini or Manhattan. You do n’t make things like margaritas or daiquiri in mixed glasses. Cocktails containing large amounts of juice need to be shaken in a cobbler or Boston shaker, rather than stirring in a mixing glass. For more information about when to stir or shake cocktails, please read Happy Hour: What is a mixed glass?
Good stirring glass:

Has a wider base so it wo n’t fall over

Open your mouth for a larger workspace + less splashes to pour ingredients on ice

Durable + won’t break easily

Enough to hold drinks + lots of ice cubes

Sit flat; do not sway while stirring

With nozzle for precise pouring

Straight wall design, can use a tablespoon to stir quickly and smoothly

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Our blender guide:

First, check this chart to highlight the best function of each of our mixed glass.

Now, take a deeper dive, one dive at a time.

Seamless ordinary stirring glass

Umami Mart’s Seamless Seamless Plain Mix Glass is our most popular mixed glass. Like all our mixed glass, it is made in Japan, but this special glass is designed by FUBU (designed by ourselves). It checks all boxes for good mixing glass-wide mouth, straight walls, heavy base and beaker nozzles-but it surpassed in all departments. Sweethome named it “Best Blending Glass” and said: “Umami Mart ’s Seamless Plain Mixing Glass looks basic, but among the 13 blending glasses we considered and the 5 blending glasses we tested, stir and filter The competition with pouring is better than the competition. Matt is expensive, but its overall balance and ease of use make it worth the extra money. “

Diamond cut hybrid glass

If someone requests a “standard” for mixed glass, we must point out our diamond-cut mixed glass. With a classic diamond-shaped hatching pattern, it is the favorite of professional and home bartenders. Its wide mouth, heavy base, straight wall and beaker nozzle together constitute an excellent all-round stirring glass. And, those deep-cut diamonds mean easier-to-handle mixed glass!

Seamless diamond cut mixed glass

Seamless Diamond Cut hybrid glass is another hybrid glass designed by us. It is a more elegant and advanced version of the above diamond cut hybrid glass. Hand-blown and hand-etched, no seams can be seen on the glass! Its capacity is also slightly larger than standard diamond-cut hybrid glass.

Short-mix glass

We started importing short blended glasses from Japan because our friend Ramen’s bartender Chris Lane liked them very much. He explained: “They have shorter profiles and wider sides, so you can put more ice cubes in them.” The unique shape is a good one for those who want something different from the standard product Choice, but because it is not etched, it is easy to match with any decoration. One thing to note is that since it has no straight walls, you may need to adjust the mixing for the flared wall.

Stainless steel mixing cup

If you are klutz, a stainless steel blender might be your best friend – you will never worry about falling or cracking. However, in addition to its anti-fracture function, its stainless steel body also means that the beverage cools faster when stirred, and the internal ice dilution rate becomes slower. If you need to cool the ingredients quickly, you can even pour this mixing cup into the refrigerator (we do not recommend using it for mixing cups). Although the stainless steel mixing cup is the smallest of all our mixing vessels, it actually has the largest capacity!

Double wall stainless steel mixing cup

Finally, the Yukiwa double-walled stainless steel blender is an upgraded version of the above stainless steel blender. Its insulated double-wall structure makes the beverage colder, even longer, and prevents tin from condensing on the outside. The weight of the cup is heavier than that of the stainless steel mixing cup, so it is unlikely to tip over while stirring.

Should all old wine be poured out? Does old wine need more time to decant?

Contrary to popular belief, pouring out vintage wine is far from iron law. For example, Burgundy is famous for its delicious cuisine, and there are frequent heated debates among experts on whether to decanter wine. However, older wines such as Barolo and Barbaresco in Nebbiolo, as well as Rioja and other mellow wines, are usually strong wines Excellent choice.

If the initial taste of the wine is promising, it may not be necessary to pour the wine. Carefully pour the wine directly from the bottle into the glass. If you choose to pour wine, use a narrow glass carafe at the bottom to reduce the chance of further air integration and wine changes.

A common belief is that the older the wine, the longer it will open. But Mannie Berk made some more specific assumptions.

Burke said: “Before bottling, wines that are exposed to a lot of oxygen tend to respond well to oxygen.”

For Madeira, every ten years of bottled wine must be poured out at least one day.
Those Barolos, Barbarescos and Riojas that respond well to decantation? In most cases, their brewing methods involve large amounts of exposure to oxygen.

The most extreme example provided by Berk is Madeira, a wine that absorbs both oxygen and heat during the production process and is said to be used indefinitely after the bottle is opened.

“If Madeira is in a bottle for a long time, you may want to pour it out a few days to a few weeks before drinking, because it needs to change from an oxygen-deficient environment to an oxygen-recovery environment … I really like it, “he said.

Burke’s rule over Madeira? At least one day for every ten years of bottling.

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