Red wine glasses and White wine glasses differ in shape and size, driven
by the types of wine they are intended to hold. Typically Red wine
glasses will be a bit taller and have a larger bowl than White wine
glasses. In general Reds are bigger and bolder wines so they require a
larger glass to allow all those aromas and flavors to emerge. "But do I
need both types?" While you can certainly get by with one set of
glasses, if you expect to drink a number of different varietals you may
find that the glassware is holding back your experience, particularly if
you opt to drink Red wine out of a smaller White wine glass. Does that
mean you won't enjoy your wine? Most definitely not. While the various
shapes and sizes can be overwhelming, a proper varietal-glass pairing
can make a tremendous difference.
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