CHAMPAGNE Short $.75 ea Long $1.00
Champagne flutes are a tall yet narrow glass that has a medium to long stem. Many of them have a point at the bottom of the glass as well. This will cause a congregation of the carbonated bubbles. The bubbles will then rise to the top of the glass. This will not only aid in capturing the flavor and aroma, but also provides for a nicer appearance as well.
Short Stem $ .75ea Long Stem $1.00ea
Champagne Coupes (Saucers) $ .75 ea
Champagne coupes or otherwise known as the champagne saucers have a wide rim and a short stem. It is also a fairly shallow glass. These are the oldest type of champagne glasses and were very popular in the early 20th century, but have since been surpassed by the flute glass.
Champagne tulips are very similar to the flute glasses, but features an inward curved rim. This type of glass also includes a wider bowl. Some connoisseurs recommend champagne tulips when consuming many of the finer french champagnes. This is because the wider base will allow the flavors to be captured and therefore, preserves the taste.