The presentation of wine is critical. If the presentation isn't appealing, before they really smell the bouquet, people start drawing conclusions. But there are several and varied bottle choices, and worse, the selection of bottles requires specific lingo. Do you know what a high punt, cork end, Dead Leaf Green Bugundy Bottle is? How's that with a Flint Flat Bottom Claret? You are about to completely comprehend it.
There are several choices and characteristics that separate one bottle from the next. For the most popular choices, the following are: Form of Bottle Claret, Burgundy, Hock, Bellisima, Champagne Color of bottle Flint, Champagne Green, Antique Green, Dead Leaf Green Size of Bottle 250 ml, 375 ml, 500 ml, 750 ml, 1.5 liters of Bottles.
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