|Consorzio del Brunello di Montalcino (1998)
The Calice Brunello is characterized by its voluminous bowl. The mouth is relatively
narrow in comparison to the bowl in order to enhance the wine?s bouquet and ensure
the correct flow into the mouth. The widest part of the bowl is somewhat high, allowing
a large surface area of the wine to be exposed after swirling to obtain maximum
expression of even the hardest to release aromatic components.
The Calice Rosso guarantees enhancement of the fruity, fresh characteristics of
Brunello. The oval shaped bowl ensures an optimal balance between the wine?s fruity
and more mature aromas. The rounded mouth allows comfortable sipping and proper
entry of the wine into the mouth.
The Calice Bianco was created with rather large bowl in terms of white wine tasting.
It is characterized by a wide, low bowl that allows the color qualities of the wine to
be noted. The fragrances released by the wine are collected in the upper part of the
glass, providing the nose with a maximum expression of the fruit|