A glass of wine can easily fit into a healthy diet. But not every glass is equal. Many wineglasses are so big that you can
end up pouring well over a standard 5-ounce pour. Here are three healthy hacks that can help you pour—and drink—a little
less, without even realizing it. Cheers!
Take a bird’s eye view
Look at your glass from above as you pour and you’ll sip about 15 fewer calories. Why? It appears more full from above than
when you look at it from the side.
Picking red wine over white can help you dole out 9 percent less, since it’s easier to see how much you’ve poured. Red wine
is a good choice, too, because it contains more antioxidants than white.
People pour 12 percent less wine into taller, thinner white-wine glasses compared to wider red-wine glasses—even though both
hold 10 ounces. The taller glass appears bigger, so you pour less.
Our favorite glass picks—for smaller pours without whining about less wine: Riedel Wine Series Cabernet/Merlot Glass; Schott
Zwiesel White Wine Glass for Pier 1.