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Dartington After Dinner Set of Six Port Glasses
£21.99
£18.33 (ex. VAT)
£29.00
Dartington Crystal CHEERS! RED Wine Glasses (4 PACK)
£14.99
£12.49 (ex. VAT)
£36.00
Dartington Crystal CHEERS! WHITE Wine Glasses (4 PACK)
£15.99
£13.33 (ex. VAT)
£40.00
Dartington Crystal Glitz Goblet Glasses (PAIR)
£32.99
£27.49 (ex. VAT)
£49.99
Dartington Crystal Glitz White WINE Glasses (PAIR)
£32.99
£27.49 (ex. VAT)
£49.00
Dartington Crystal Just The One Large Wine Glass
£12.99
£10.83 (ex. VAT)
£14.00
Dartington Crystal RED Wine Set of SIX Glasses
£19.99
£16.66 (ex. VAT)
£52.00
Dartington Crystal Sharon CLARET Glasses (PAIR)
£35.99
£29.99 (ex. VAT)
£53.00
Dartington Crystal Sharon Goblet Wine Glasses (PAIR)
£38.99
£32.49 (ex. VAT)
£57.00
Dartington Crystal Sharon Large Wine Glasses (PAIR)
£37.99
£31.66 (ex. VAT)
£57.00
Dartington Crystal WHITE Wine Set of SIX Glasses
£19.99
£16.66 (ex. VAT)
£52.00
Dartington Crystal Wine Master BURGUNDY Glasses (PAIR)
£35.99
£29.99 (ex. VAT)
£53.00
Dartington Crystal Wine Master PORT Glasses (PAIR)
£32.99
£27.49 (ex. VAT)
£47.00
Dartington Glitz Collection Wine Glass BOXED
£18.99
£15.83 (ex. VAT)
£24.50
Dartington Wine & Bar RED WINE Glasses PAIR BOXED
£16.99
£14.16 (ex. VAT)
£20.00
Dartington Wine Master Bordeaux Glass (Pair)
£35.99
£29.99 (ex. VAT)
£53.00
Lolita "Best Friends Always" Hand Painted Wine Glass
£18.75
£15.63 (ex. VAT)
£22.00
Lolita Birthday Girl Wine Glass
£16.99
£14.16 (ex. VAT)
£19.95
Lolita Butterfly Wishes 444ml Wine Glass
£17.99
£14.99 (ex. VAT)
£19.95
Lolita COASTAL Hand-Painted 444ml Wine Glass (BOXED)
£17.99
£14.99 (ex. VAT)
£19.95
Lolita Dragonfly Hand-Painted 444ml Wine Glass (BOXED)
£18.99
£15.83 (ex. VAT)
£22.00
Lolita LADYBUG Hand-Painted 444ml Wine Glass (BOXED)
£17.34
£14.45 (ex. VAT)
£19.95
Lolita LOVE MY CAT Hand-Painted Wine Glass 444ml  BOXED
£17.99
£14.99 (ex. VAT)
£19.95
Lolita Wine Glass ORGANICA Hand-Painted 444ml BOXED
£19.99
£16.66 (ex. VAT)
£22.00

Choosing the correct Type of Wine Glass

People often ask which wine goes in which glass and indeed does it matter, there are reasons why you would choose a different glass. Such as the colour of the glass is important, clear is easiest to evaluate the body of the wine, full-bodied, medium-bodied, and light-bodied all can be judged by colour through a clear glass even white wine can be pre-judged by the colour often the deeper the colour the fuller the taste.

The shape of a glass can be equally important with champagne requiring a tall, slender, taper-free design. White wine is best in a slightly tulip-shaped with a smaller bowl red wine goes better in a globe-shaped bowl where the rounded shape holds the aroma and flavour. Sparkling alternatives to Champagne are perhaps better in narrow glass or flute to suppress losing of the fizz.

Taking into account previous comments stemless glasses have a part to play and can be used for red or white wine particularly where the stability of the glass is concerned they can of course be used for non-alcoholic drinks. In fact the three types of wine glassed could be the broader bowl red wine glass, the narrower flute and the stemless. In terms of names of red full bodied (for Bordeaux), medium bodied, and light bodied (for Burgundy). Bordeaux glasses are the larger types.

The difference between wine glasses and goblets are more subtle the larger used for soft drinks or even beer. People say how many types of wine glasses do I need personal preference comes into it because taste and quantity are a consideration as in the kind of wine being a selection issue and whether items are purchased singularly or in packs, Set of 2 or 6 Pack Selections.

Do wine glasses make a difference well most wine experts would agree that whatever the drinking receptacle it is still down to the wine, a nice glass won’t make a bad wine taste good and vice versa good wine will not taste bad in the wrong glass, most can go along with ‘that it does help to have compatible glass’