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Edge Champagne Glass
SKU: 378747
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Cylindrical bowls with flat bases have a dramatic, contemporary look that lends an elegant edge to the enjoyment of wine.

Edge Champagne Glass. 9.75"H

  • Glass
  • 5 oz.
  • Handmade
  • Dishwasher-safe
  • Made in Slovakia

Height: 9.75"

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Variety of red and white wine glasses

Ideas and Inspiration: What are Wine Glasses Called?

    Glassware types specifically used to serve wine are called wine glasses. This stemware has a variety of names depending on the type of wine it is designed to serve:

  1. Red Wine Glasses: Traditional red wine glasses feature a large bowl that helps aerate the wine. A Bordeaux glass, for example, features a large, tall bowl designed for heavier reds. A Burgundy glass has a short, wide bowl to enhance the flavors in lighter reds.
  2. White Wine Glasses: White wine glasses have smaller bowls than a red wine glasses and feature a less rounded upright u-shape. A Sauvignon Blanc glass is designed for light whites, while a Chardonnay glass is designed for full-bodied whites. Rose wine can always be served in a white wine glass.
  1. Flutes: Champagne flutes, have a taller, narrower shape than standard red and white glasses to maintain the carbonation of champagne and sparkling wines.
  2. Coupe Glasses: Coupe glasses feature distinctive short, wide bowls and have a vintage appearance. Use to serve sparkling wine and cocktails.
  3. Stemless Wine Glasses or Tumblers: Stemless wine glasses are comprised only of the bowl and do not include the stem and foot of traditional glasses, offering a more casual look for wine tastings and parties.
  4. Dessert Wine Glasses: The smallest of all stemware, dessert vessels include sherry, cordial and port glasses. The bowl shapes vary depending on the type of wine it's used to serve.

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  • A valid proof of purchase is provided (see below).
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If you discover an item has a manufacturer’s defect or was damaged during transit, we will accept the item for return or exchange with proof of purchase. Without proof of purchase, the item can be exchanged only for the same item. A valid photo ID is required.

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