If you enjoy a glass of fine wine, then the perfect accompaniment is a top quality glass to drink it from.
When it comes to fine glassware, you can't go wrong with a crystal wine glass. But crystal is prone to staining and even absorbing the smell of the wine.
So how can you ensure your crystal glassware stays in optimum condition over the long haul?
Read on to find out…
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Chances are even as a toddler you were clinking your plastic tea cups. As you've grown up over the years, a wine glass has replaced your plastic tea cup.
But did you know there's actually a correct way to clink wine glasses? And that doing it wrong can have embarrassing consequences?
So are you clinking wine glasses right?
Read on to find out…
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If you enjoy drinking wine, it makes sense to invest in some glasses to enjoy it in.
After all, a good quality wine glass can actually make a difference to the taste and the whole experience.
So what should you look for in a wine glass? Read on to find out…
Here are the six essentials of wine glass buying
Tip #1: Find a glass that suits both white and red wine
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