champagne glasses

44 items total
Champagne glasses NOBLESSE, set of 4, 150 ml, clear, Nachtmann NM104248
Champagne glass KOYOI 100 ml, clear, glass, Blomus
25,45 €
Prosecco glass KOYOI 200 ml, clear, glass, Blomus
25,45 €
Champagne glass 200 ml Eva Solo
33,90 €
Champagne glass 200 ml, Eva Solo
33,90 €
Champagne glass 220 ml, set of 2 pcs, Bitz
17 €
Champagne glass AUTHENTIS, set of 4 pcs, 270 ml, Spiegelau SP4400185
Champagne glass BELO, set of 2 pcs, 200 ml, brown, Blomus BM64293
Champagne glass BELO, set of 2 pcs, 200 ml, brown, Blomus BM64292
Champagne glass BELO, set of 2 pcs, 200 ml, grey, Blomus BM64277
Champagne glass BOUQUET, set of 6 pcs, 290 ml, clear, Holmegaard HMG4803115
Champagne glass CABERNET, set of 6 pcs, 290 ml, Holmegaard HMG4303391
Champagne glass CHARLOTTE AMALIE, 270 ml, Holmegaard
32,95 €
Champagne glass JUVEL, set of 4 pcs, 340 ml, Lyngby Glas LYG916180
Champagne glass LEGIO NOVA, set of 6 pcs, 260 ml, Eva Solo ES541204
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Champagne glasses – an elegant glass for an elegant celebration

What are the different types of champagne glasses?

There are numerous Champagne glasses available, each of which is intended to enhance the sparkling wine-drinking experience. The most common Champagne glasses include the following:

  • The Flute: The flute is the most popular Champagne glass because of its tall, narrow bowl, which preserves the wine's carbonation and concentrates its flavours.
  • Tulip: The tulip glass's wider bowl and tapering rim assist to bring out the flavours and aromas of the wine while preserving the bubbles.
  • Coupe: The coupe glass is a wide, shallow glass with a broad rim that was popular in the early 20th century. Even though it is less common these days, Champagne drinks still often use it.
  • Trumpet: A trumpet glass is similar to a flute glass, except it has a larger bowl and a shorter stem. Its purpose is to maintain the wine's carbonation while bringing out its flavours and aromas.

Each Champagne glass is unique in its form and design, which can have an effect on the flavour, aroma, and overall enjoyment of the wine.

In Kulina stores, you can shop many champagne glasses from renowned producers like Blomus, offering you a variety of styles and designs to choose from. Make sure you serve champagne cool and in order to do this pick a stylish champagne cooler and fill it with ice cubes!

How do French people drink Champagne?

Champagne is a sparkling wine that is often consumed in France on special occasions and is linked with riches and celebration. Champagne is often enjoyed as an aperitif, with foods like shellfish, poultry, or cheese, as well as with dessert. During toasts at major events like weddings and New Year's Eve celebrations, champagne is also commonly used.

The French like blending Champagne with other ingredients to create cocktails like the Mimosa or the Kir Royale in addition to drinking it on its own.

Can I drink prosecco from a champagne glass?

Absolutely, you can serve Prosecco in a champagne glass. While champagne and Prosecco glasses differ somewhat in size and shape, they are similar enough that you can also just swap one out for the other.

However, in order to get the most flavour and effervescence out of your Prosecco, it is normally suggested that you serve it in a Prosecco glass, which is designed specifically to do just that.

Make sure you check our other drinking glasses including wine glasses, cocktail glasses, and long drinking glasses that are made particularly for special drinks.