All wine glasses may look the same, but when it comes down to it, they’re not. Depending on your level of wine enthusiasm, choose wine glasses to enhance the experience of serving red and white wine, along with flutes for champagne. If you are a true connoisseur, look to glasses specific to merlot, burgundy, chardonnay or your favorite blend.
A winning cocktail takes presentation and an appropriate glass. Stock the bar with double old-fashioned, highball, martini, margarita, champagne and wine glasses for both red and white wine. Include a good pilsner for his favorite brews. Six to eight of each specialty glass will cover a fun party.
For the table, you’ll need as many white wine, red wine, water goblet and flute glasses as you have dinnerware placesettings.