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Glassware styles for your home bar
Are you updating your home bar or wine cellar? Here's some useful information that will help you figure out which glassware works best for different types of drinks. Choosing the right serving glass enhances your drinking experience, making the beverage taste better. A nicely made cocktail looks inviting when served in a lovely glass with the right mouth size that helps release its fabulous aromas. Choosing the correct glass helps you savor the drink at the right temperature, which is a key factor in enriching your drinking experience.
Which glass for which drink?
When it comes to wines, red wines like pinot noir and syrah are best served in glasses with a larger, rounder bowl and a long stem. This style of wine glass holds the red wine at an optimal temperature by keeping your hand away from the drink as you gradually sip on it.
Dry white wines like chardonnay cut a lovely figure in a wine glass that features a smaller mouth area, preventing the wine from oxidizing quickly. This preserves the delicate flavor of the white wine. Pour out a sparkling bubbly, such as Champagne, in a flute glass with a thin bowl and small mouth. This retains the lovely bubbles of your favorite sparkling wine, helping you enjoy the luxurious experience of drinking a fine sparkling wine.
If you love mixing up cocktails and serving them to your guests, stock your bar with martini glasses and highball glasses. Serve refreshing martinis or classic cocktails in a martini glass. Serve tall cocktails in highball glasses, which are also known as Collins glasses, though highball glasses are shorter and wider. Shot glasses are a mainstay in any home bar. Shot glass can hold up to 1.5 ounces of any drink, so they're ideal to serve up classic shots of premium liquor.