Lucaris Tokyo Temptation Champagne Stemware Glasses are ideal for Sparkling and Champagne wines.
The Champagne flute from the Tokyo Temptation series is a new lead-free crystal glass composition, with physical aesthetics comparable to conventional lead crystal. Exceptional clarity and brilliance, with extra strength and durability. Detergent resistant and dishwasher safe.
Available in this stunning 4 Pack Gift Box Set.
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Some Suggested Serving Temperatures
Sparkling Wines are traditionally chilled to 45°F (7°C) or lower to slow the release of bubbles and encourage the fruit aromas to linger. Rosés, with their lower alcohol levels, taste better chilled.
The Pleasure and Art of Tasting Wine
Wine Tasting is a sensory experience. That’s why we use the four S’s as a guide, they are quite simple; See, Swirl, Sniff and Sip the wine.
- See the color and clarity of the wine as you see it in the glass.
- Swirl the wine in the glass to release the distinctive aromas of the grape variety.
- Sniff the wine by bringing the glass to your nose. The can nose literally make thousands of discriminations. Try describing the aromas to your friends and colleagues.
- Sip the wine and hold it in your mouth. Gently draw air through your teeth to direct aromas to the nasal passages. Note any acidity, aromas or sweetness. Four sensations - sweet, sour, bitterness and salt - are all perceived through taste. Temperature, tannins (astringency) and the effervescence (bubbles) of sparkling wines are also experienced through the sense of touch in the mouth.
Serving of Wines
There are only two hard-and-fast rules when serving wine: don’t spill it and don’t quaff it! Wine is made to be enjoyed in moderation and if possible with company.
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