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Holiday Gifts: Wine Stemware

Many different types of stemware are available for the wine enthusiast. When looking for stemware for someone who is new to wine or already an experienced wine drinker, the wine glass does make a difference. Think of it like a cup of coffee, does the same coffee taste as good in a paper, Styrofoam cup, […]

A Notch in my Wine Glass

I purchased two VINO2 wine glasses from Taste of Purple. The first reaction is, “These glasses are hugh.” They are larger than my Riedel red wine glasses. However after trying the glass during a dinner, they were quite manageable and didn’t seem that large unless set next to other Bordeaux glasses. Unique with this glass […]

Stemware for Wines

What type of stemware do you use for wine or Champagne? Shortly before Christmas, while washing a Reidel red wineglass, it slipped out of my hand and shattered in the kitchen sink. It was frustrating as Terry and I would frequently enjoy using our pair of Riedel glasses for red wines. I really like the […]

Plastic Cups to Taste Wine

My first trek to wineries in Ohio was met with some disappointment with the tasting experience at two wineries. These winery tasting rooms serve their wines in small one ounce transparent plastic cups. Fortunately the third winery I visited used glass stemware. I realize that using plastic cups is a money saving practice but it […]

Oregon’s Riedel Pinot Noir Stemware

A few months ago I became aware of the Riedel stemware which Riedel created specifically for Oregon’s Pinot Noir. This week I had the opportunity to use one of these glasses for a tasting. The bowl is large and the top flared. The flared top helps direct the aroma of the wine towards the nose. […]

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