The LUCARIS Desire Rich White Stemware Glasses series are ideal for serving most white wines
The LUCARIS was co-designed/co-created in conjunction with the Hong Kong Sommelier Association The Desire Collection features Aerlumer – bottom curl ridges at the bowl for an unprecedented experience. Aerlumer encourages aeration and softens wine. With swirling, the wine gently brushes against the ridged bowl unlocking the aromas and layered nuances. Detergent resistant and dishwasher safe
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SHOP & LEARN
White wines are typically served in smaller styled glasses. Smaller glasses:
- Preserve floral aromas
- Maintain cooler temperature
- Express more acidity in wine
- Delivers more aromas (even at cooler temperatures) due to proximity to nose
These types of glasses work well with full-bodied white wines like Oaked Chardonnay, Viognier and Blended Whites.
Some Suggested Food and Wine Pairings below:
Chardonnay, an ideal choice for fish, salmon and chicken dishes.
Gewurtraminer, this wine can pair well with pork, turkey, spicy Indian dishes, Ham and Chicken Wings.
Pinot Grigio, a versatile wine varietal, try it out with your choice of foods.
Rieslings, the dry versions go well with fish, chicken and pork dishes. And, the crispiness of the wine compliments spicier Japanese dishes.
Sauvignon Blanc, is a versatile food wine for seafood, poultry and salads.
Viognier, is a food friendly wine which pairs well with a wide variety of dishes including roasted or grilled chicken, veal and pork. Ideal for serving with Spicy Asian foods due to the natural sweetness of the wine.
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