Red Wine Glasses

Using the correct red wine glasses can make or break your favorite varietals. Red wines made with a single variety of grapes are called “Varietal” wines. Varietal wines can typically be paired easily with a specific glass that will present the best possible taste as the Vintner intended. The most common Red Varietals are Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon.

Correct Glass For Pinot Noir

The correct glass for Pinot Noir varietals is commonly referred to as a “burgundy” glass. This is an industry tradition many people find confusing. Burgundy is a region in France that is well known for producing red wines, (mainly Pinot Noir) and white wines (Chardonnay) as well. BestWineGlass.com classifies all our glasses by the type of wine they are most suited to wherever possible. See for yourself in side-by-side comparisons.

Correct Glass For Zinfandel

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Correct Glass For Syrah

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Correct Glass For Cabernet Sauvignon

The correct glass for Cabernet Sauvignon is often called a “Bordeaux” glass. This is an industry tradition many people find confusing. Bordeaux is a region in France that is well known for producing red wines, (mainly Pinot Noir) and white wines (Chardonnay) as well. BestWineGlass.com classifies all our glasses by the type of wine they are most suited to wherever possible.