Wine like a martini a wine glass should be pinched at the stem so as not to change the temperature of that classy cabernet. In this version of bringing classy back we will show you the proper way to hold your wine glasses and what the right amount of wine is needed for red wine.
Pinch the stem of the wine glass between yo u r thumb index finger and middle finger.
How to hold a wine glass woman. Hold the stem between your thumb and first two fingers. Properly holding a wine glass is simple yet extremely important to the experience. As you position your fingers place them on the lower half of the stem.
Keeping the bulb fingerprint free means you can more easily asses the wine s color and thereby. Hold it towards the base using your thumb index finger and middle finger and allowing your other fingers to rest on the base. Brandy though most glasses go by the motto stem always bowl never the brandy snifter is an exception to the rule.
Don t worry it s totally socially acceptable to swirl your wine. First off holding a glass by the stem prevents smudging and keeps the bulb free of fingerprints. This glass is best cupped under the bowl with the steam passing through your middle and ring fingers.
You ll find that your other fingers will just rest on the base naturally. You don t want the wine to warm because white wine is best served at about 55 degrees fahrenheit and red wine at about 65 degrees fahrenheit or room temperature. Your middle finger should rest on the stem just above the base.
Hold the stem between your thumb and first two fingers. How to hold a wine glass hold all stemmed wine glasses red white etc towards the base of the stem between your thumb forefinger and middle finger. You will inadvertently warm your wine if you put your hands directly on the glass.
Pinch the stem of the wine glass between your thumb index finger and middle finger. As you position your fingers place them on the. You can hold stemless glasses by the base like you would a normal glass but stemmed glasses should be held by the stem.