Have you been drinking champagne wrong your whole life?



Champagne, the ubiquitous party drink of choice, rarely goes down badly. From socialite soirees to liquid lunches, the crisp, dry sparkling wine can bring both an air of class and a tart, refreshing flavour to an event. 
In the eyes of most people, champagne should be drunk from a classic narrow flute, with a long stem and thin body. However, one man - Austrian glassmaker Maximilian Riedel - is on a mission to show that there is in a fact a superior glass for champagne.
Form over function In a small private bar at The Berkeley hotel in Knightsbridge, Riedel has set up a tasting where the... read more

 
13 February 2018 in Politics, Views: 55
Source: The Week
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