Classification of goblet
The slender flute-shaped sherry glass is a champagne glass
The cup is shaped like a saucer and is for drinking champagne
The hemispherical goblet is a red wine glass
The tulip-shaped goblet budding is a white wine glass
The tulip-shaped goblet that just bloomed is a port wine glass
The funnel-shaped goblet is a brandy glass
The short-footed big-belly cup is a water cup
A kind of very small like a liquor glass in our country, called a spirit glass
It’s like a test tube, called a test tube cup for cocktails
Triangular goblets are also standard red wine glasses for drinking cocktails. There are two types: Bordeaux glass and Burgundy glass. The Bordeaux glass is smaller and the Burgundy glass is larger. As for champagne, for example, Standard tulip glasses, whiskey and brandy have their own square glasses. The main purpose of dividing so many kinds of red wine is to better drink red wine and let the style of red wine go to the fullest. For example, the big mouth is more powerful than the full-bodied wine. A small mouth is suitable for wines that are not so strong.
Bordeaux and Burgundy, the latter is more local flavor, that is, sour taste, while Bordeaux is more focused on the completeness and balance of the body, this is the difference between these two wine glasses.