There are three types of champagne glasses
There are flute-shaped, tulip-shaped and shallow saucer champagne glasses (English: champagne saucer,
Also known as champagne dish), three types of vessels.
Flute-shaped cup: called a champagne flute (English: Champagne flute, French: Flûte à Champagne), with a long and slender body. The flute-shaped body makes the bubbles of the wine difficult to disperse and makes the champagne more delicious.
Tulip flower shape: Because champagne itself is white wine, the difference is foaming. Therefore, wine glass-type glass wine glasses are also used for drinking champagne, but they are more streamlined than the whole wine glass. The body of the glass is slender and resembles a tulip. Flower, the mouth of the cup is small and the belly of the cup is large. It can hold the aroma of wine, and is generally used to drink champagne produced in the Champagne region of France and sparkling wine produced in other countries and regions. You can sip slowly and fully appreciate the fun of wine foaming in the glass.
Shallow-dish champagne glass (cocktail glass): refers to a special-shaped goblet that can be used to build champagne springs in weddings and other festive celebrations. It can be used for guests to drink ceremonial champagne, and can also be used for other occasions, such as Drink cocktails and eat Western snacks in the bar and restaurant.
The shallow-dish champagne glasses are divided into two shapes, European style and North American style. Both can be used for cocktail drinking and can also be used as a snack container. The difference between the two is that the European-style cup body is round and soft; the North American-style cup body is triangular, with direct and tough lines. This shallow saucer champagne glass has another name called a cocktail glass.