How to hold a red wine glass
The glass for white wine and champagne is a goblet. Hold the bottom part of the glass while drinking, and don’t touch the body of the glass with your hands, because white wine and champagne are usually frozen when drinking, and the temperature of your hands will make it warm. stand up. When toasting, you can firmly hold the bottom of the cup with your thumb, ring finger and little finger, hold the cup with your middle finger, and place your index finger lightly on the joint between the cup and the glass. Straighten your fingers as far as possible to show the graceful curves of your hands.
Wine glasses containing red wine have shorter legs and a larger body. You can clamp the corners of the glass with your index and middle fingers. It is not advisable to hold the glass close to the body when drinking. The temperature of the hand affects the taste of the red wine. When tasting the brandy, use your hand to hold the glass to make the wine smell better.
When toasting and clinking glasses with others, when your cup is slightly lower than the other person, it shows your respect for the other person.
Never inhale while drinking, but tilt the glass and drink as if you put the wine on your tongue. Gently shake the glass to allow the wine to come into contact with the air to increase the aroma of the wine, but do not shake the glass violently. There should be a small amount left at the bottom of the cup, not to drink up.