Vera Wang Bande
Wedgwood Vera Wang Bande is a new range of glassware for 2017. Bande crystal stemware and giftware collection exalts the Modernist ethos with a design that celebrates spare simplicity. With a clean, flawlessly modern profile and a single, circular cut at the perfect pouring point, Vera Bande makes a bold statement through understatement. Like all things in life there is a right way to do everything, according to the experts. How far should you fill a wine glass? In our house, it is to the brim but if you consult the current thinking on wine etiquette we would be frowned on for such behaviour. Vera Wang Bande has been created to help you avoid such crass mistakes and allow you to hold your head high while entertaining without any whispers of disapproval from your guests. The single cut that encircles each glass is the perfect guide for getting it right. As a rule, you should fill white wine glasses
one half full, red wine one third full and champagne glasses
three quarters full. Temperature is also important as often people serve red wine too warm and white wine too cold. If you serve red wine above 65 degrees then it does not retain the taste of its acidity and may make the wine feel ‘flabby’ in the mouth. Serve white wine below 45 degrees and the flavours of are hidden by the chill. So, armed with this information you can now be the perfect host and when the guests have left Kings and Queens Etiquette says you kick off your shoes, loosen your belt and finish the bottle with the glass hopefully 100% full. Vera Wang Bande also includes 2 decanters for spirits
and two sizes of vases and bowls.