Raise a glass and cheers!

Serve drinks in style with the right glass­ware

Better Homes and Gardens (Australia) - - Contents -

This tra­di­tional shape of cham­pagne flute is a must-have in your glass­ware range. It’s per­fect for a glass of cham­pagne, sparkling, moscato or pros­ecco, but can also be used for cock­tails or a glass of icy-cold straw­berry frosé. Krosno Har­mony cham­pagne flutes 180ml, set of 6, $59.95.

Hi-ball tum­blers are in­cred­i­bly ver­sa­tile. Great for cock­tails, such as a clas­sic mo­jito, mixed drinks or glass of sparkling min­eral wa­ter with a round of lime. Krosno Splen­dour hi-ball tum­blers 480ml, set of 6, $39.95,

Red wine loves a 570ml stemmed glass. The large bowl al­lows for max­i­mum aer­a­tion and the in­creased sur­face area means more ex­po­sure to air, help­ing the flavours de­velop. You can also get your nose into the wider open­ing to smell those glo­ri­ous aro­mas be­fore sip­ping. Krosno Har­mony wine glasses 570ml, set of 6, $59.95.

You’ll feel like you’re back in the ele­gant 1920s or the luxe 1960s when sip­ping from these vin­tage-style saucer glasses. Great for Cham­pagne and cock­tails such as an Aperol Spritz, or you can use them to serve desserts. Krosno Har­mony cham­pagne saucers 240ml, set of 6, $59.95.

A shorter, wider glass is a great op­tion for a scotch on the rocks with a squeeze of lemon, a tra­di­tional cock­tail, a la­dle of sum­mery punch, or sim­ply for serv­ing still wa­ter. Krosno Splen­dour dou­ble old-fash­ioned tum­bler 400ml, set of 6, $39.95.

For all white wine va­ri­etals a small 200ml glass is per­fect. Look for con­tem­po­rary an­gled lines for max­i­mum aer­a­tion. A stemmed glass is best, as it will stop the body heat from your hands heat­ing up your vino. Krosno Splen­dour wine glasses 200ml, set of 6, $59.95.

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