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The Ideal Cup

 

Like all good wine to be enjoyed to the maximum it has to serve in a suitable glass that allows to appreciate its smell flavor, color and texture.

For example, aged or aged red wines should be served in a wide glass with a relatively narrow mouth, to avoid that the aroma is lost.

The red wines are presented in a glass with a less wide mouth, and the "belly" less pronounced than the previous one.

The white wines can be served in cups type "tulipán", called thus to have the form of this flower.

For pink wines, medium-sized goblet cups are used.

To serve sparkling wine, there are two types of wine: the traditional champagne glass, which is wide and small and the "flute" style is high and narrow, its shape prevents bubbles of champagne or other sparkling wine are lost quickly.