When you are opening that $100 bottle of wine, it is a common mistake to drink it from cheap,
low-quality stemware manufactured in China. After all, what difference does it make? Well, it
turns out there are a number of important reasons why excellent wine deserves to be served in
excellent quality glassware. The facts in this article might change your mind about wine glasses
The Perfect Shape Makes for Perfect Enjoyment
There are many different shapes...
When you’re writing your shopping list to prepare for your next party, it will probably be tempting to add plastic cups to the list. After all, they’re cheap and there’s no dishwashing to be done after the party. But what are the consequences of choosing plastic cups? We think you might reconsider this item on your shopping list once you’ve read our 5 reasons why NOT to buy plastic cups...
While many don’t bother about drinking glasses, some classic folks do. In fact, there used to be an old Scottish joke, that it is only a child that would not know the right cup for a wine. However, if you own a restaurant or you intend to, it is important to know what glass goes for what wine. Not just owners. In fact, it is important that a chef and a sommelier knows what types of glasses are fit to serve...
One of the best food combinations no one objects to is the salivating combination of wine and cheese. Each one is delicious on its own, but when they are paired together they combine to give a magical taste. Regardless of the type of cheese, there is always a matching wine for it.
Many people find the task of matching wine and cheese very difficult. Wine and Cheese pairing does take some thought, but they don't have to...
Wine glasses have gradually become an interesting piece of conversation. In the recent popularity of dégustations and various gastronomic trends, questions as to the importance of paying close attention to one's glass, its correlation with the flavour and enjoyment of wine have been asked time and time again. Some argue it a matter of preference. Sommeliers and other knowledgeable people in wine will tell you that that isn't true. The glass you...