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Port wine glasses

Conclusion

That’s barely scratching the surface of Port, but it’s certainly enough to get you started. Enjoy Port like you enjoy any other glass of wine, noting its color, aroma and the balance of its tannins, acidity and flavors. Try different styles, different producers and take notes.

And after you’ve developed your own taste for Port comes the best part: introducing friends, dates, family, business associates and others to the lost arts of the aperitif and digestif.

How to Choose a Wine Glass Style

Pour your favorite reds, whites and ros├ęs into stylish wine glasses from Crate and Barrel. From entertaining guests to simply relaxing at the end of the day, our stemware makes a chic presentation for a great glass of wine. We offer wine glasses for all wine types to bring out the distinct flavors and aromas of cabernets, champagnes and other favorites. For more casual serving, try our modern stemless wine glasses. These contemporary glasses are a relaxed alternative to traditional styles.

You can choose from stemware in sets, or opt for single glasses to create your own collection. Learn more about the glass styles we offer.

Dessert Wine Port Glasses

Port glasses are designed to enhance the aroma and flavor of wines served at the end of a meal as a dessert or digestif. Most port wine glasses are stemmed with a traditional shape, but stemless varieties with modern styles are available. Dessert wine glasses can also be used to serve sherry and other sweet wines.

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