Finding a wine glass for a red Dolcetto di Dogliani or Barbera d'Alba is easy. But perhaps with a sweet Passito di Caluso after dinner, you may be at a loss where to pour your wine and end up dumping it unceremoniously in a makeshift champagne glass or a tumbler.
Consult this chart, another gem found on Wine Folly, to get it right every time.
And really, a cabinet full of wine glasses is never too full. Remember the general rule (Choosing the Right Wine Glass) that with all reds and whites, choose a pot-bellied wine glass that broadens in girth as the importance in wine, and thus its complexity and body, increases. Cheers!