Too many typologies of Bickers, here's a guide on how to orientate

Glasses? often and willingly and willingly this word made me tremble, before I started working in the world home decor and cooking I absolutely didn't know how to distinguish between a glass of water and a glass of wine. All the times I found myself sitting at a curated table and precise, I didn't know where to pour what.


So, even if you don't find yourself short of having to stumble on a table, but you will only be mere commensals, you must be aware of the ABC glasses.


The first thing to know, which is the basis for orienting is as follows : The larger glass will always have to be used for water, the average one for red wine and the smaller one for white wine, this precious council will definitely save you in many work dinners. 


Let's go through the heart of this article and better analyze the different wine glasses :

The glasses above are used with white wines of various kinds, the Flute (1) mostly with sparkling, in recent times it is also greatly exploited in the welcoming entrée. Even Champagne and Prosecco can therefore be tasted in a glass like this, better though more wide and sunny, such as a glass Tulip (2) or Renano (3).



The glasses (4) and (5) are the so-called Ballon, while the (6) is called Bordeaux, these calics are used for firm red wines, the more the wine is manslaughter and aged, the more you will need to decry and take oxygen, so the greater will have to be the belly of the glass used.


As for the sparkling red wines, such as a lambrusco, the glass in question is the (9), a classic Calice with small belly. The number (8) instead is a small Tulip, used for passages. Last, now less exploitative, but still has his own style is the Cup (7) by Martini.

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