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Drinking receptacles; some are used to measure volume for cooking.
Glass with a long stem, usually green, used to serve Alsatian white wines.
Stemmed glass whose wide mouth ensures maximum oxygenation of the wine; it is used mainly for Burgundies.
Tulip-shaped stemmed glass, mainly used for Bordeaux; tapering slightly at the top, it concentrates the aroma.
white wine glass
Somewhat narrow stemmed glass usually used for white wines.
Very small stemmed glass used for drinking liqueurs with a high alcohol content.
Short-stemmed glass whose pear shape allows the cognac to warm up, and whose narrow lip concentrates the aroma.
Small rounded stemmed glass used to serve port and dessert wines.