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Wine should be served and enjoyed in beautiful Rosendahl wine glasses to get the full experience of the grapes
Add Rosendahl’s beautiful and elegant tulip-shaped wine glasses to your collection. Rosendahl’s wine glasses are available for both white and red wines, and it doesn't matter which glass the grapes are served in. The shape of the wine glasses influences how your wine tastes. That’s why Rosendahl’s wine glasses are naturally shaped to provide the best taste experience and to concentrate the aroma, because good wine naturally deserves the best wine glasses. When you choose the right wine glasses, you get the full experience of the beautiful grapes, but in fact, the aesthetics of the wine glass can also help to make the experience just that much better. No one can dispute that a lovely set of wine glasses add the final touch to a beautifully set table. Choose your wine glasses according to your needs, e.g. if you are celebrating a big event, then champagne in champagne glasses is the perfect choice, if you want delicious slow-cooked food, then a good, spicy and full-bodied red wine in a red wine glass is a great idea, or if you want delicious shellfish by the sea on a summer's evening, then white wine served in the correct white wine glass is the obvious choice.
As mentioned earlier, the shape of the wine glass is important for the whole experience. Take the opening of your wine glass, for example. The opening affects how much wine you get in your mouth at a time and where the wine hits your tongue. For example, if you drink from a glass with a slightly outward-bent opening, you can gather your lips more when you take a sip, and thereby hit the front of your tongue. A glass with a narrow opening, on the other hand, will make you lean your head back when you take a sip, and therefore the wine will hit the back of your tongue.
The shape of the glass itself is the most important thing when choosing the right wine glass. The shape of the glass has an impact on how the alcohol in the wine evaporates. There is a good reason why wine glasses have the well-known shape with a wide centre and narrow opening. This is because the alcohol actually evaporates at the edge and therefore doesn't affect the aroma experience. Clever isn't it?
The size of the wine glass also has an impact on the size of the surface of the wine and thus on how much of the wine comes into contact with the oxygen around us. The size of the glass thus affects how the taste and aroma of the wine develop in the glass.
Rosendahl has many beautiful wine glasses in many different shapes and sizes. We have everything from large to small wine glasses, and wine glasses for all types of wine. Our selection includes classic white wine glasses, or dessert wine glasses, red wine glasses and champagne glasses, which are great glasses for both everyday and festive occasions.
Rosendahl’s dessert wine glasses are part of their well-known Grand Cru series, known for its simple, classic and stylish design, and can thus be matched with most other products. Whatever kind of wine glass you're looking for, you'll find both plenty of inspiration and wine glasses in all shapes and sizes at Rosendahl.