Rosé is too pretty not to put in the perfect glass so that you can ruminate on the nuances of the pink hue, luxuriate in the fragrant perfumes, and indulge in the oh-so-yummy fruit flavours that burst in your mouth.
Like your personal style there are many to choose from and don’t be afraid, there is no wrong answer as long as you are enjoying your glass of pink tipple. Here are a few options to consider:
// Riedel Fine Crystal Glasses:
These glasses scream elegance with the mile high delicate stems and crafted bowl that immediately make you feel like an adult. These glasses truly get the utmost out of your experience and allow you have at a proper wine tasting… sommelier training, here you come!
Glasses are shaped to direct the flow of wine onto tip of the tongue, emphasising the wine’s fresh fruitiness while tempering its high acidity and bringing out its characteristic red berry and pinewood aromas. This is the ideal glass from which to enjoy typically tart, dry Rosé wines.
// The Vintage Crystal Glass:
These glasses evoke generations past, the art of social chatter. Make sure to break these out with some vintage tea linens, and some proper afternoon tea scones and you will have a runaway hit. These glasses, while a bit old, hold the wisdom and fine art of crystal, which hold minerals in their composition that make the wine glass finer and more delicate but have the strong backbone that make them last across shoddy handling and uncoordinated relatives.
// The On-The Go Festival Glass:
Sometimes you just need a glass that is easy to carry, non-breakable and as fun as the party you are going to. Try out some plastic tumblers that slot perfectly into your hand and allow you to be worry free as you lark about. They make the perfect picnic partner in crime, time to get ready for the beach!
// The Standard Go-To:
Your everyday wine glasses that sit in your cupboard and should be lovingly used throughout the week. These can’t be overlooked as your everyday option to pour out a glass of pinkness and to sit outside during the beautiful summer weather and be thankful that you have both of those things at hand.
No matter the glass, you should take note of how it feels, what it looks like and how it changes the ambiance of the wine experience. The glass should not be underrated in your overall wine adventures.