For French people, wine and food go hand in hand. That’s why you rarely see them eating wine (especially red wine) without other dishes. Aside from that, you may want to Check my last article if you’re looking for the best wine brewing equipment.
In addition, lifting glasses is important in France. However, there is a correct way to do it. If not, it can bring bad luck.
The trick is to wait for all guests to come, then toast with the guest next to you. Then, don’t forget to look into his eyes and say “chin chin”. Do it to all guests afterward.
Then, if you are a guest at someone’s house and find a wine glass empty, don’t try to pour it yourself. This is considered rude.
Instead, wait for the host whether you want to drink more and he will pour it.
Finally, if the host poured a glass of wine, they would not fill it to the full. If you ask to fill a glass, it is considered rude and they will think you are a passionate person.
On the other hand, if you stop it when he is still pouring wine, it will be considered rude and does not respect the wine.