Stemware - Champagne

Stemware - Champagne

Graeme V.
Champagne Flute, a stem glass with a tall, narrow bowl, generally holding about 180 to 300 ml of liquid. The bowl is designed to retain champagne's signature carbonation by reducing the surface area at the opening of the bowl.[6] Nucleation in a champagne glass helps form the bubbles seen in champagne. Too much nucleation will cause the carbonation to fizzle out quickly. A smoother surface area will produce fewer bubbles in the glass and thus more bubble texture in the taster's mouth. Flutes, with their deep bowl, allow for greater visual effect of bubbles rising through the liquid to the top.[6] The flute also helps regulate and reduce the oxygen-to-wine ratio, which both enhances the aroma of the wine as well as the taste. #Blanc_De_Blanc #Blanc_De_Noirs #Brut #Champagne #Dosage #Flute #Glass #Glasses #Mousse #Port #Stemware #Wine
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