Serving wine isn’t rocket science, but there are ways to bring a little extra tjuz to the experience. Add a smidge of sommelier class to your afternoon or evening with these handy tips for getting the most out of your glass of wine!1The National Police Federation released a statement on Wednesday noting it has. Choosing the right glass
For an all-purpose white wine glass, choose a long stem with a good-sized bowl so there is plenty of space for the wine to breathet know much abou. Go for a smaller bowl with lighter-bodied wines to preserve their delicacy, and a larger one for Chardonnay to bring out its creamy texture.
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For Sparkling, the classic flute allows the bubbles to gather at the bottom of the glass then shoot up to the top, capturing the aromas and flavours and presenting a stunning display of sparkles. For more aged or complex examples a tulip-shaped glass will help open up the aromas and flavours.
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