As a general rule, you drink red wine when you're eating anything that once breathed oxygen (beef, pork, poultry) or has a lot of artificial sugar (cake, chocolate). You drink white wine when you're eating anything that once breathed water (fish) or carbon dioxide (fruits, vegetables).
But how much should you drink? Another general rule is that you should probably stop drinking after you knock your wine glass over or break it. So if you want to enjoy that third glass of red wine, it makes sense to drink it from a glass that's difficult to break or knock over. And the easiest way to make a wine glass more stable is to remove that stem.
The Vina Stemless Red Wine from Quality Logo Products features:
- a simple, elegant, and stable design
- a 16.75-ounce capacity*
- your business logo, advertising slogan, or custom artwork prominently displayed with non-metallic ink**
The Vina Stemless Red Wine makes a great accessory for any bar, tavern, pub, or other establishment that wants to add a bit of class to its wine service, without the worry of constantly having to replace broken glasses. Order yours today.
* If you prefer sipping white wine, a Vina Stemless White Wine glass is also available. The difference between them? The white wine glass has a 17-ounce capacity, as opposed to the red wine glass's smaller 16.75-ounce capacity. You know what? Just drink white wine out of the red wine glass. No one will know the difference.
** A non-metallic imprint means that this glass is safe to place in a dishwasher or microwave oven. So have fun microwaving your red wine.