champagne flute

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Noun1.champagne flute - a tall narrow wineglasschampagne flute - a tall narrow wineglass    
wineglass - a glass that has a stem and in which wine is served
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To make the cocktail, stir the gin and rosehip cordial with a cube of ice in a champagne flute. Top with the rose and garnish with lemon thyme.
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Strain into a chilled champagne flute and top with Barefoot Bubbly Pink Moscato, Garnish with the mint sprig or lemon twist.
Newcastle Crown Courtheard on one occasion he assaulted her and another time he turned up at her friend's place of work and attacked her by throwing a champagne flute into her face.
Strain into a chilled Champagne flute and add the pomegranate seeds, if using.
A FOOTBALL referee was glassed with a champagne flute for laughing by a woman who saw red during a New Year night out.
A gorgeously fruity little number Chambord (raspberry liqueur) into a champagne flute, drop in a few fresh raspberries, then top up with prosecco.
In addition to the exquisite pieces being featured at the gala, attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in the designer's Champagne Flute Raffle.
Wine glass pounds 8, champagne flute pounds 7, cocktail glass pounds 8.
Then why not follow the latest austerity fad, and serve chilled cider in a champagne flute? "Trampagne", so named for cider's traditional links to gentlemen of the road, is very similar to Champagne: wet, fizzy, and no-one really cares what it tastes like after the first glass.
Pour into a champagne flute and top with a sprig of mint.