Champagne Glass Buying Guide

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    The shape which is seen to be featured in the most common type of champagne glasses is the flute shape, although the flute can be more V-shaped or could feature an utterly short, wide bowl, called a coupe. The types of wine which can be served in champagne glasses elegantly including sparkling, wine, and cava. There are two main types of Champagne Glasses


Champagne Flute

The main characteristic of this type of glass are its long and elegant proportions, it is an ideal glass in which champagne can be served. The narrow bowl and tall sides of this glass enable more bubbles to develop and prolong their visibility which makes it look more appealing and enhances its sparkle. The tall stem does not allow hand temperature to affect the temperature of the champagne as it is a drink that should be served and drunk ice cold.


Champagne Coupe

If there is a glass which would take you conjuring up nostalgic thoughts of the times-gone-by glamour on sight, it is definitely the champagne coupe. It is also often called as a champagne saucer, the design of the champagne coupe features a wide and shallow bowl, and this glass owes the characteristics of its shape to the need for a glass which could carry a syrupy dessert in the early 20th century. Due to its shape and shallow bowl, however, the coupe doesn’t do too well for bubble formation so it will be best to opt for this design for really special champagnes.



Glasses which have a smaller opening and bowl are less costly as compared to the glasses which feature a larger bowl shape. So, more affordable sparkling wine is your choice of drink on a regular basis then the best choice for you might end up to be the flute-style glass because the flute-style glass increases the appeal and enhances the wine taste.


The material of the glass will either be crystal or standard glass. The main difference between these two materials is their thickness. Standard glass requires more amount of thickness to ensure durability whereas crystal glasses can be even made thinner and still provide durability.



The fact that the champagne glasses are top heavy is their biggest problem which increases their chances to slide off the trays, fall down and break. If you already feel a bit nervous around stemmed glasses, you will probably be even more uneasy while handling Champagne flutes.


Maintaining Your Glassware

The last thing to consider before you make the decision of buying Champagne glasses is your willingness to hand-wash them (who loves dishes?). Standard glass is non-porous and is thereby able to withstand harsh washing in a dishwasher, but on the other hand, fine crystal is somewhat more finicky. It can be said that it is like the difference between maintaining a Toyota Camry vs a Porsche Turbo.


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