Cast a glance across the bar at almost any restaurant, cafe, pub or tavern and chances are you’ll find a wealth of glassware. For certain you’ll see wine glasses, in at least still and sparkling wine formats. You may even find individual designs for both red and white wines or even different, larger shapes for brandishing with the more expensive bottles. There will be highball and rocks glasses, plus cocktail glasses for martinis and other drinks served straight up, and maybe another style ...
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