Tasting wine with a touch of perfection. by Peter Devin
Would you like to need only one glass for tasting red wine and one for tasting white wine?
No more guessing with multiple glasses for your wine tasting or table setting for your dinner guests.
The full bowl of the larger glass is uniquely designed to enhance the flavor in all your chosen wines. Whether it is a full-bodied California Cabernet Sauvignon, a smooth and elegant Burgundy or a robust Chateauneuf-du-Pape, Degustazione allows your wine to shine. And with a smaller Degustazione created especially for all types of white wines, you can appreciate the oak and butter of a fine Chardonnay as well as the crisp, refreshing fruitiness of a Riesling. One for reds, one for whites, these are the only glasses you will ever need!
Not only is it practical, but it is artistically designed and handmade by craftsman in Italy. They sculpted an innovative thumb indent in the bowl of the glass to help you swirl the wine vigorously, releasing every nuance of the wine’s full aroma.
It was created using the finest material and process with mouth-blown 24% lead crystal hand-crafted by the finest Italian artisans. This creates glasses that are impeccably thin and perfectly balanced, with a rim that is barely there, ensuring optimal delivery of wine to the palate. The result is crystal that is beautifully transparent, allowing you to appreciate the wine’s color, clarity and viscosity.
These are elegant, designer glasses that will add luxury to any wine lovers experience. Make a perfect gift for anyone who enjoys superior quality and unique design. Visit www.vinoluxuries.com to see what make these the perfect wine glasses.
Wine tasting always seems to be fascinating. Many years ago, Peter Devin also got fascinated and made his career in wine tasting. At present Peter Devin, is publishing his own wine tasting experiences and how he learned the skill. He also posts various characteristics of wine tasting for amateurs; want to pursue a career in this field.
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