Is selecting your glassware important when drinking wine?




Rosé and White wine can be used in the same glasses at your discretion.
Above: Rosé, White, Red, and Champagne Universal Glasses



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Drink your Riesling, Pinot Grigio,, Pino Gris, Sauvignon Blancs and Moscato in a more narrow and longer glass.
A Universal glass for white wines is usually narrow and taller.


Have you ever walked into a Pier 1 Imports or a HomeGoods and noticed the different shapes and sizes of wineglasses? Ever wonder why some wine glasses are wider than others? Well here's the deal-many wines do belong with specific wine glasses! It may be complicated for the average wine consumer to understand but wines have their own specific glass. Why are there so many different wine glasses for specific wines?

Here's why-the specific wine shapes help you enjoy the taste and smell of the actual wine.


Realistically, the average person who simply buys wine after a long week of work is probably NOT buying that many wine glasses. Is it ridiculous to own several different wine glasses? Not necessarily but there are some universal glasses that the average consumer can buy that can help enjoy most red, whites, and bubbly.




Universal red wine glasses are usually wider and almost shorter compared to a white wine glass.