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A Guide To Wine Glasses (Infographic)

Kelsey Chesterfield

Wine glasses are essential if you are planning on enjoying a good bottle of wine...enjoying being the key word! It is entirely possible to simply drink wine in a normal glass or - gasp!- straight out of the bottle, but what isn't possible with these methods is tasting and experiencing everything the wine has to offer, especially when it comes to our featured wine of the month club wines.

There are many different types of wine glasses out there, and let's be realistic, none of us have the cabinet space it would require. So, we've put together an infographic with the most commonly used glasses, which varietals are best expressed in each glass, and what makes them the best choice for your bottle of wine.

A guide to wine glasses infographic

Already have the glasses and just need the good stuff to pour into them? Here are our recommendations for which wines to enjoy in each type of wine glass:

Pinot & Burgundy

Hilliard Bruce 2011 Pinot Noir
Hilliard Bruce 2011 Pinot Noir

Received: 95, 94, 92 and 92 point ratings!! An incredibly well-received bottling from Hilliard Bruce, and for good reason.
Featured in our Pinot Noir Wine Club

Standard Red

Spelletich Cellars Red Blend
Spelletich Cellars Red Blend

Only 150 Cases Produced! This is a very special bottling as it is comprised of individual barrels put aside and saved for years. The blend of barrels come from multiple vintages including, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, and 2012.
Featured in our Garagiste Wine Club

Standard White

Donelan 2012 Chardonnay
Donelan 2012 Chardonnay

Received: 91 Point rating! This Sonoma County Chardonnay is a blend of high-quality fruit with surprising freshness, ample richness and incredible depth.
Featured in our Platinum Wine Club

Champagne & Sparking

Bernard Remy Brut Champagne
Bernard Remy Brut Champagne

Received: 92 point rating, Gold Medal and a Cellar Selection award. A Gold Medal Wine Club exclusively imported Champagne from the Côte des Blancs in France. The Shimmering and lively bubbles makes this perfect for any celebration.
Special Feature. See our current Champagne Special Feature here.

Sauvignon Blanc & Pinot Grigio

Somerston 2011 Sauvignon Blanc
Somerston 2011 Sauvignon Blanc

Received: 90 point rating! This Napa Valley Sauvignon Blanc is an outstanding release. Bright tropical flavors and aromas highlighted by a light, spicy oak texture.
Featured in our Gold Wine Club

Remember to use the correct glasses to make the most out of your Wine Club shipments and Wine Club Gifts!