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13oz Riedel White Wine Glasses - Viognier Chardonnay Set of 2
13oz Riedel White Wine Glasses - Viognier Chardonnay Set of 2
J481-2
$75.00  
9.75oz Riedel White Wine Glasses - Ouverture Set of 2
9.75oz Riedel White Wine Glasses - Ouverture Set of 2
J483-2
$60.00  
15.25 oz Personalized White Wine Glasses - Bella Set of 4
15.25 oz Personalized White Wine Glasses - Bella Set of 4
J6642-4
$70.00  
15.25 oz Personalized White Wine Glasses - Options Set of 4
15.25 oz Personalized White Wine Glasses - Options Set of 4
J6772-4
$70.00  
12oz Personalized White Wine Glasses - Tasters Set 2
12oz Personalized White Wine Glasses - Tasters Set 2
J8552-2-C
$36.00  
12oz Personalized White Wine Glasses - Tasters Set 4
12oz Personalized White Wine Glasses - Tasters Set 4
J8552-4C
$60.00  
12.75 oz Personalized Wine Glasses - Reflections Set 2
12.75 oz Personalized Wine Glasses - Reflections Set 2
J2080-2
$51.75  
12 oz Personalized White Wine Glasses - Lyrica Set of 4
12 oz Personalized White Wine Glasses - Lyrica Set of 4
J3040-4
$56.00  
12.75 oz Personalized Wine Glasses - Reflections Set 4
12.75 oz Personalized Wine Glasses - Reflections Set 4
J2080-4
$86.00  
Personalized White Wine Glass - Connoisseur
Personalized White Wine Glass - Connoisseur
GC408-WW
$16.99  
Personalized White Wine Glasses - Set of 4
Personalized White Wine Glasses - Set of 4
GC765-WW
$43.99  

How The Shape Of Personalized White Wine Glasses Influence Taste

Glass shapes vary depending on which blend they're made to enhance. When choosing personalized white wine glasses, it's important to seek out a shape that has a lower ratio between the rim and the bowl. This lets the aroma release while still keeping the drink cool.

There's a difference between the best shape for young and mature drinks. Younger ones require a larger mouth because this affects how they enter the mouth. The drink is directed in such a way as to emphasize sweetness.

Mature drinks are best served in a tall, straight bowl. This directs the liquid to the areas of the tongue that best taste the bold flavors. Every glass made for whites should have a large bowl so that the liquid can be swirled to oxidize it.

A larger glass allows far more oxidation because less of the bowl is filled, creating a larger surface area for contact with the air. Certain more modern flavors are better with less aeration, and a smaller bowl is better for these. The visual experience is also important, and it's therefore desirable to use a clear glass.

It's crucial to maintain the chill of the drink. This means that the stem plays a large role, separating the hand from the bowl so that body heat doesn't affect temperature. There are stemless varieties available today, but they don't allow for better cooling of the drink.

Champagne is also a variety of white, so they deserve a mention. The narrowness of the flute retains bubbles best. The narrow bowls in flutes minimize contact with oxygen, keeping the drink from losing its bubbles.

The long bowl of flutes also improves the aesthetics of the drink, because the bubbles have a long way to travel to the top. The stems are long to retain temperature. Personalized white wine glasses should be selected according to the drinks one prefers.

Why You Need Riedel White Wine Glasses

Riedel white wine glasses are renowned for their beauty and practicality. A fine drink deserves fine stemware and this company's crystal products are the perfect choice to complement a superior drink. Professor Claus J Riedel was the first in the world to produce a glass designed to match the particular trait of a vintage. The specific shape and size of a glass is matched to the characteristics of a particular wine, thus enhancing the bouquet and taste.

The company also manufactures other products. The organization is based in Kufstein, Austria but was originally founded in Bohemia in 1756. Two hundred and fifty years later the same family is still in control.

By the late 1950s, the company was producing thin-blown, unadorned stemware. In 1961, glasses were developed which differed in size and shape. The basic bowl shape was now varied depending on the use to which it would be put.

The wineglass is designed to hold a small amount relative to the size of the bowl. This allows the aroma to collect and intensify in the bowl. A standard measure will fill a third or less of a Riedel glass. White wines require medium-sized stemware. A serve should be three ounces and the glass should not be over-filled. This allows breathing space for the aromas to develop.

In 1973 the Sommelier line was introduced by the company in a range of sizes. Many professionals regard this range as the finest in the world. The handmade crystal is mouth-blown in the factory in Austria.

As well as the Sommelier line, the Vitis, Vinum, Verture and Tyrol stemware ranges also have models suitable for white wines. For some modern concentrated vintages, the Vinum Extreme and Vinum XL ranges are very appropriate. Despite being lead crystal these are all dish-washer safe.

Hand-wash Riedel white wine glasses using warm water and no detergent. Place on linen to drain. For extra shine, steam over boiling water. Polish by using two microfiber towels. It is important not to twist the base and bowl.