White wine glasses are visibly narrower than red wine glasses.
Many white wines are generally served slightly chilled. Since white
wine glasses are smaller compared to red wine glasses they maintain
the perfect drinking temperature until the last drop. WMF white
wine glasses come in different designs and you are sure to find a
glass that suits your taste.
A Bordeaux wine also needs its own glass. Because Bordeaux wines
- irrespective of whether varietal or Cuvée - are especially rich
in tannin. The so-called tannins are also responsible for the
intensive taste of this type of wine. To release their full aroma
the wines need air to breathe and room to swirl. A Bordeaux wine
glass is therefore characterised by its round form.
Whether champagne, crémant, sparkling wine or prosecco - there
is one thing they all have in common, they taste best when served
in a slender champagne flute. The elegant shape of these champagne
flutes keeps the sparkling wine fizzy longer because the
carbonation does not dissipate as quickly in a slender glass. Tall
glasses are also the best option for reasons of appearance: a
champagne flute visually highlights the shiny effervescent