Best Bordeaux Wine Glasses

Updated December 2019
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A Bordeaux wine will actually taste better if it is served in a glass shaped to let the wine breathe properly. A wide, tall bowl lets the flavors in these full-bodied red wines concentrate. The thin rim on these glasses allows the wine to slide smoothly onto the tongue. Both of these features along with elegant, thin stems tend to make Bordeaux wine glasses quite breakable. When considering the quality of the crystal, you will want to pay attention to the type of material, which may be a traditional lead crystal or a more modern formula designed without lead. Both materials can provide a good weight for these wine glasses, which contributes to the aesthetic of using them. Another thing to think about is storage. These glasses are usually very tall and may not fit in your cabinet or on your wine rack as easily as others. 

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