Effects of the form of glasses on the perception of wine flavors: a study in untrained subjects

@article{Hummel2003EffectsOT,
  title={Effects of the form of glasses on the perception of wine flavors: a study in untrained subjects},
  author={T. Hummel and J. Delwiche and C. Schmidt and K. H{\"u}ttenbrink},
  journal={Appetite},
  year={2003},
  volume={41},
  pages={197-202}
}
Many wine connoisseur claim that the glass shape has a direct impact on wine aroma. This hypothesis was investigated in healthy volunteers (85 m, 96 f; age 19-73 years); 89 subjects received red wine, 92 subjects white wine. Subjects compared three glasses with a white wine and three glasses with a red. Glasses were of different shape but of the same height and of comparable opening diameter. All glasses had elegant stems; two glasses of 'tulip' and 'beaker'-like shapes were used in sessions… Expand
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