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There are several different types (shapes) of bottles that tend to correspond with wine style. The two most common are Bordeaux for red wines – a straight slender bottle with high shoulders and a deep “punt��? – and Burgundy for white wines and red wines – shorter and more squat with a gentle taper to the neck. The “punt��? is the indentation at the bottom of a bottle that makes it easier to turn on the rack in the cellar.
Traditionally, wines intended to cellar-age for a longer period were put into bottles with a deeper punt. A wide variety of popular bottle styles from around the world are used by California wineries, which you will learn more about on your Napa wine country tour or Sonoma winery tour.
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