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Connoisseurs are always seeking out new ways to enhance their olfactory and taste experience. The dimension and size of a glass is something that truly effects the taste and nose. Riedel red wine glasses have the optimum glass for every type.
Whether it's a burgundy or a merlot, the glass created is unique and ensures the best experience for the taster. The tastes are affected by several factors, including aroma, individual flavors, basic taste impact and tactile sensation. It's not possible to separate these factors so that each can be experienced individually, but each one is impacted by shape and size of glass.
The intensity of the aroma has been proven to be hugely impacted by the glass and certain drinks require a less intense aroma for enhanced enjoyment. The difference between the diameter of the rim and the diameter of the cup affect aroma intensity too. Exposure to air is a crucial facet that improves the taste of reds in particular.
Merlots and other reds that are acidic on opening lose their sharp tang after some breathing time. The surface area of the drink is altered through the radius of the cup of the glass. The narrower diameter in the rim concentrates the nose so that it can be thoroughly experienced.
Tasters prefer to use a tulip shaped glass to enable swirling without increasing the rim's diameter. A larger glass is best for burgundies because it maximizes the wine's exposure to air. Visually, it also adds a touch of drama to special occasions because it is over sized.
The visual experience is also important, and an elegant glass has very thin glass that doesn't thicken at the rim. Smooth glass must be used with the right width stem. The stem should prevent the hand from adding heat to the drink. Riedel red wine glasses have designed the perfect glass for every drink.