The different types of bottles for wine.
The thing that you can immediately see going into a wine shop, a wine bar or any other place where you can buy or drink wine, is that the bottles take on different shapes and sizes depending on the type of wine. Slender, tapered, short or long neck, shoulders accentuated or not .......... these features are of particular importance in the early stages of the payment and settle. The wine that the shape according to its own characteristics. These forms are also dictated to taste the wine better without the well-known wine can dedurpare sediment characteristics. The modeling of the bottle is given in such a way as to give those physical characteristics suitable for both the service that the pouring of the wine. In fact, if we take for example the bottles suitable for red wines, especially those suitable for aging, we realize that they have in their shape very accentuated shoulders for retaining these sediments, which is rather negligible in white wines but those are not suitable for aging. The main parts of the bottle are: the base, the shoulders and neck. The base. In addition to acting as a support for keeping in vertical, we find in some cases, in a concave recess with a certain date perhaps by production reasons. Still today we encounter in wines aged sediments that have produced so as to be able to somehow prevent such sediments can return in suspension and alter the appearance. Shoulders. Perform the function for the success of decantation and the pouring of the wine. In some cases, as we have said before about the aged red wines, the accentuated shoulders act as a barrier to the known sediment data aging. The types of bottle. Bordeaux. Suitable for aging wines, characterized by a pronounced shoulder and short neck. The most widely used of all. Burgundy. Suitable for both red and white wines, the sides slope down to circa2 / 3 of the height. Champagne. The symbol bottle of champagne and sparkling wine, characterized by a projection that allows to fix the metallic cage of the cap. Rhine. For white wines, with features pale green to clear. Albeisa. Suitable for red wines such as Barolo, Barbera. Brown in color.