What are stemless wine glasses for?
Stemless glasses are considered to take away the anxiety related to holding a traditional wine glass. Stemless glasses are often described as ‘modern glassware’. Stemless glasses are used frequently by airlines as an easier way to quickly and safely serve wine onboard a flight.
Is it OK to use stemless wine glasses?
Like most things it comes down to a matter of preference. The stemless glasses are perfect if you are using it for more than just wine and can be doubled as an indoor/outdoor glass as well. But if you are looking to keep those bowls clean and that white wine cold, then you may want to stick with the stems.
Which stemless wine glass is for red wine?
Best for Red Wine: Riedel ‘O’ Stemless Wine Glasses
“I love Riedel stemless wine glasses because they never knock over or break unexpectedly and are easy to cup in your hand,” says Bors.
Are stemless wine glasses for red or white?
Stemless glasses are easy to store. They are perfect for large gatherings or parties. These glasses are extremely suitable for red wine and suitable for a wide range of other drinks, including water, white wine and soft drinks. They fit well into the dishwasher.
Can you use a red wine glass for white wine?
If it’s a full-bodied red, choose a Bordeaux glass. If it’s a light-bodied red like Pinot Noir, pick a glass with a wider brim. For white wines, a small glass with a narrow mouth is usually the way to go. However, don’t forget to serve those full-bodied whites in a wider glass to experience the aromas.
What size is a red wine glass?
The average wine glass is 6-10 inches tall, with some variation for specialty glasses. Red wine glasses are often just slightly taller than white wine glasses. Depending on the manufacturer, they often have larger bowls to concentrate the wines’ aroma. Most red wine glasses stand around 8 inches tall.