I think so. Otherwise, why would we traditionally use one kind of a glass for white and another for red, for example.
I believe that champagne tastes better from a flute than from a shallow glass, probably related to our sense of smell.
Yes, I defnitely think so. Red wines need a more open glass for aeration. Champagne or sparkling wines are typically narrow to concentrate the bubbly effervescence. A brandy snifter is broad at the bottom for warming but narrow at the top for aroma. The perfect glass for me is tall, broad at the bottom, and narrow at the top like an elongated tulip. I like to swirl and admire the beautiful color of reds, and It is great for enjoying the nose of all wine, enhancing the flavor and overall nuances.
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