Does it matter how you hold a wine glass when drinking a red wine vs a white? And why?
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Hi Avis. You surprised me with this one. Didn't think it would be you. I was going to make some smart remark about not holding it upside down. I guess if anyone answers this, we will both find out. But seriously, should it really matter?
Hi Dianne. LOL ... that would have been a good answer! A wine connoisseur would be appalled for us not to think it matters. It supposedly does. I know the answer, too. :)
Dianne, on second thought, I may have asked the question wrong. How should the glass be held if the wine is chilled or at room temp. Whites/blushes usually chilled and reds served at room temp. That's why I asked it that way but it was asked poorly.
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Yes, Ms Avis, it certainly does. White wine is chilled and to maintain that cooling elixir savory to the palate, you must hold the stem and keep your hands and fingers away from the bowl. Not so with the warm red that heats your body and puts fire in your eyes as you stare over your cupped glass into the eyes of that handsome hunk sitting across the table from you! OHLALA!
I love it! You GO Sandra! I'm enjoying you so much. What a descriptive, alluring and enticing answer!
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