Wine glass definition
A wine glass is called a goblet by the public because of its slender base, but in fact, a goblet is just one type of wine glass. In wine culture, wine glasses are an indispensable part of it. In the traditional Western view, choosing the right wine glasses for wine can help to better taste the wine.
The red wine glass has a handle at the bottom, and the upper body is more chubby and wider than the white wine glass. Mainly used to hold red wine and cocktails made with it. The Burgundy wine glass is a tulip glass with a wider bottom.
The white wine glass has a handle at the bottom of the glass. The upper body is longer than the red wine glass and has a larger arc, but the overall height is shorter than the red wine glass. Mainly used to hold white wine. Among the white wine glasses, the burgundy white wine glasses have a slightly larger waist than those used for red wine, and they are plump.
Champagne glass Tulip-shaped, straight and slender glass, tall glass.