So Why is this Wine Glass Shaped this Way?
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Recently, Etty Lewenstain, Wine Expert for Menuism Wine Blog, appeared in a video in the Huffington Post, and her topic was wine glass shapes.

Contrary to the “how the glass shapes the sipper’s lips affecting wine taste,” Lewenstain describes the glass shapes as being more for the wine’s sake. By this, she means, how the wine rests newly outside the bottle best preserves the wine’s taste promise. Read on.

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