Red wine glasses
Red wine glasses are allowed to have a broad and round goblet (big volume and diameter) because the scents and agents aren't as elusive as those of white wines and can unfold well with air contact. Also, this makes it easier to swirl the wine. A concavely tapered goblet helps to hold them in and should end in a (compared to white wine glasses) wide opening so the wine is evenly spread over the whole tongue. Depending on the type of wine we recommend smaller Bordeaux- or big Burgundy glasses.