From baked clay goblets to titanium reinforced crystal glass, the modern wine glass has come a long way. According to a study published in the 2017 British Medical Journal, wine glasses between 1700 and 2017 have gotten 7 times bigger. That contributes to the vast variety of glasses we have today.
Some things are just iconic. Often that's because they're the first.
Table side beverage service can be enhanced in two easy ways -- keeping liquids at the right temperatures and in eye-catching dispensing designs. With the Flow Slim Cooling Carafe from EMSA, guests can experience both.
Orange wine, also referred to as skin-contact wine or amber wine, might be the latest beverage trend you've never heard of, but it is quickly gaining in popularity.
There's a function and fashion to wine glasses, both an anatomy and a physiology. When we use stemware, it adds an element of elegance to the table, and it brings out the best in one of the most enjoyable parts of any meal -- the wine.
What is T-Glass? It's a collection from Luigi Bormioli that delivers versatility, functionality, durability, and a beautiful aesthetic all at the same time. And though it's designed for wine, there are many reasons you should consider T-Glass as your glassware of choice regardless of your operation type.
Glassware can differentiate a bar and beverage program in a variety of ways. From the right glass for enhancing the bouquet and flavors of a classic wine to giving that negroni a more sophisticated look, diners remember the glassware.
With locations in Raleigh and New York City, Bauscher Hepp offers showroom guests the chance to touch the plates, hold the forks and knives, and even drink wine from glassware. While these visceral experiences are certainly worthwhile, a visit to one of our Bauscher Hepp showrooms can provide an even deeper look at our company and our brands as a whole.
This dutch apple tart was created by the pastry instructor of The Art Institute of Indianapolis, Jeffrey Spurlin.