Cuisinox 12 oz Wine Goblet

This simply classic stemware welcomes your choice of refreshment. From red or white wines to sparkling water, this wine goblet flute is perfect to accompany modern or traditional table settings. The stainless steel composition keeps your choice of beverage cool. It is unbreakable, so it will last forever.Features:18/10 Stainless Steel7 inches high12 oz18/10 Stainless steelSatin finishDishwasher safeDimensions: 7″H x 4″W x 4″D
List Price: $ 38.49
Price: $ 34.97

Merchant: Modern Furniture Warehouse
Brand: Cuisinox

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Question by TeenieWoo: Red Wine and White Wine Glasses…What’s the difference?
I’ve been looking at Wine glasses and I always see certain glasses used for certain wines. White Wine, Red White, Specific types of Wines…I mainly just want to know why there’s a different Wine glass used for White and Red Wines. And if you’re a Wine drinker, what kind of Wine do you prefer? I’m just starting to try different wines, but I very much enjoy Moscato.
Thanks in advance!

Best answer:

Answer by Beth
Red wine glasses are made wider so the wine can open up, it allows air to get at it. White wine glasses are usually thinner, buy which ever you feel works for you. They mostly only differ for restaurants and the majority use the same glasses for both anyway.

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Question by ignominious82: What kind of wine goes well with Havarti cheese?
Just curious, for like, a wine and cheese party.

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Answer by Wendie C
Recommended Wine Types: Rhine Riesling, Pinot Noir, Rioja or full-bodied white wines like Chardonnay or Chenin Blanc.

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Question by Barrycudda: Wine that tastes like beer?
I think I am allergic to hops so I am going to switch to wine, which I know nothing about.
I know it sounds dumb, but is there an inexpensive wine that is not sweet or tart, about 5 proof or less, that would be kind of beer like?

Best answer:

Answer by Emi Mac
Arbor Mist, it’s kind of carbonated, but doesn’t taste like beer. It’s not too sweet or too bitter, I love it and it’s under $ 5. It’s about 5% alcohol.
Boones Farm is cheap., it tastes like fruit juice more than anything. It’ll get you drunk if you have enough of it, and it’s cheap. 5% alcohol
Any wine cooler will be around 5% alcohol.
Wine is usually 10%-15% alcohol.

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