Champagne is a fancy sparkling wine made primarily from black Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes. Champagne Glassware refer to flute and coupe glasses which are traditionally used in the tasting or drinking of champagne and other sparkling wines. Flute glasses are stem glasses with tall, narrow bowls that generally hold 180 to 300 ml of drink. The tall, narrow bowl’s design allows its content retain the signature carbonation of champagne. Coupe glasses, on the other hand, possess shallow, broad-bowls which can contain between 120 to 240 ml of drink. Fun Fact – It is said that the breasts of Marie Antoinette were used to model the shape of Coupe Glasses.