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Do you know the types of wine glasses and how it is customary to serve each different drink? Enjoy our complete guide!

Why does it matter?

The shapes of the different glasses are important not only from an aesthetic point of view, but also because they are designed to highlight the specific qualities and properties of each type of wine. The right shape allows the flavour to unfold so that the connoisseur can fully enjoy the drink. The volume of the different glasses is determined by the intensity of the flavour of the type of wine. The body-to-handle ratio is designed to be effortlessly shaken to reveal the aromatic notes. The rim at the opening should not be slightly embossed (collar type) but smooth - this indicates a high class of vessel.

What glasses are suitable for which wine

For red wine

Let's start with the classic ruby drink, known to the ancient Greeks. The cup for it is shaped like a tulip, but with a relatively wide diameter. The reason for this is that it gives the liquid a greater volume on which to spill and interact with the air so that its aromatic notes can be revealed.


This variety is also red, but a separate shape is provided specifically for its serving. It is like a balloon, as it is more voluminous. It allows the drink to best develop its subtle flavour and should be filled to at most 1/3 of its volume. The "balloon" type is suitable for rich varieties such as Pinot Noir, Barolo, Piemonte, etc.


We're still in the red wine area, but let's also note the specificity of the Bordeaux glasses. They keep the 'tulip' shape, but the vessel is quite tall. No more than 100-120 ml of the drink is poured into it. The aim is thus to give its firmer structure and flavour the depth needed to fully reveal itself.

White wine

For white wine, the classic shape is tulip, but we could liken it to a less blossomed tulip and slightly pointed towards the top. A white doesn't need a lot of volume as it is lighter and its flavour would be diminished if the liquid was deployed in a lot of air. However, it shouldn't be too small either - after all, the bouquet of flavours is important to fully experience. Hence the slight taper towards the top - that's where the flavours swirl and the taste intensifies.
For white varieties of the highest quality, glasses of the same design but slightly larger are also suitable.


For sparkling wines, we can choose between a thin variation of the already familiar "tulip" shape and one of the "flute" type. The champagne models are the narrowest and tallest wine glasses. The reason is that this way the drink has less surface area to meet the air, which keeps the carbon monoxide in the liquid as long as possible and the bubbles rise up very beautifully.

What types you will find in the section

Here you will find luxury glass and crystal sets of glasses for:

  • for red wine;
  • for white wine;
  • for champagne;
  • Bordeaux;
  • Burgundy;
  • Chardonnay;

Each of the models has a different capacity, depending on the specifics of the variety for which it is intended. The Champagne offerings range from 220 to 290 ml, the whites from 340 to 380 ml, and the reds from 430 to 780 ml.

Why trust

Wine culture is a topic that we are very passionate about and in which we feel at home. Our ambition, as producers and connoisseurs, is to provide our customers with a choice not only among our own vintages, but also among quality wines from different regions of Bulgaria and the world. And since every element has its essential importance in the consumption of a good drink, we have added to our catalogue a variety of accessories and gourmet foods.

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