1. The shape of a good professional wine glass must be elegant, supple, smooth and moist, round and thin, light and pleasant in weight. Harmony, evenness and richness are perfectly displayed. In addition, it must have a crystal clear texture and excellent transparency, so that the taster can fully observe the color, clarity, bubbles and gradation of the wine juice. 2. Hand-blown and machine-blown cups are very similar in appearance, but the prices are far apart. As long as you observe carefully, the hand-made cups are extraordinarily delicate and refined in curvature. If you touch the feet of the cups with your fingers, the machine cups can often feel a thin seam running straight from top to bottom, which is not difficult to identify, glass cookware .
3. It is best not to overfill the red and white wine in the wine glass. Generally speaking, about 1/2~1/3 of the wine glass is enough, but champagne can be poured to about 1/2~2/3. , to facilitate viewing the beautiful golden color and bubbles. 4. When holding a wine glass, it is best to lightly hold the foot or base of the glass with your fingers, and gently rotate and shake the wine glass before drinking, so as to disperse the wine and make it easier to smell the fragrance. Do not hold the glass with your hands, so as not to affect the temperature of the wine. 5. A good wine glass can increase the visual temptation and enhance the beauty of the wine. From left to right: water, brandy, white wine, red Burgundy, sparkling wine, red wine. Wine connoisseurs agree that each wine needs a special glass to produce its distinctive aroma. For example, drinking a full-bodied Burgundy wine in a narrow glass will leave little room for the wine to swirl, but the aroma is produced by swirl. The cup must also taper to the tip appropriately so that the aroma can be retained while sipping. Generally, the legs of the cup must be long enough to prevent the hand from touching the body of the cup, which will affect the temperature and even the aroma of the wine. A. Water: Wide-mouthed and short-legged cups, you can hold the cup legs to keep the cold water warm. B. Brandy: a brandy wine glass with a narrow mouth and a big belly, rub it between your hands, and then cover the warm glass with your hands to produce the fragrance of brandy. C. White wine: Use a slightly smaller glass with a wide mouth to capture the aroma of the wine, and hold the foot of the glass to retain its cold temperature. D. Burgundy red wine: use a wide wine glass to promote its complex wine aroma. This glass is slightly taller than a white wine glass. E. Champagne: A narrow fluted glass to reduce the surface area of the wine and prevent bubbles from dissipating. F. Red wine: The larger wine glass, held at the point where the body of the glass and the foot of the glass are connected.