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Glass Of Wine

Choreographed By
Malene Jakobsen (Denmark). July 2022
Artist
Kilotile
Choreographed to
Cry To Me (Remix) (view all dances to this track)
Level
Absolute Beginner
Count
32
Walls
4
Votes
61 (view)
Main Chart Position
44
Absolute Beginner Chart Position
2
Established Chart Position
16
Taught By
11 (view)





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Reviews of Glass Of Wine.


Sandra Kirkham
Poulton Le Fylde
22nd Feb 2024
Very popular in my beginner class. One of those songs you hear and rush to join in with. My current favourite new dance I’ve taught.
Very popular in my beginner class. One of those songs you hear and rush to join in with. My current favourite new dance I’ve taught.
 

Speno
Lincolnshire
7th Feb 2024
My absolute beginner class has only been going for 5 months and like someone else has mentioned there is a contrast between the easier first of the dance and a harder second half so some struggled a bit to start off with, but I have a feeling they'll love it once they've got used to the pace of it all over the next couple of weeks.
My absolute beginner class has only been going for 5 months and like someone else has mentioned there is a contrast between the easier first of the dance and a harder second half so some struggled a bit to start off with, but I have a feeling they'll love it once they've got used to the pace of it all over the next couple of weeks.
 

Ju
Preston
6th Nov 2023
A great Beginner class . My new dancers all really like it , fills the floor every time
A great Beginner class . My new dancers all really like it , fills the floor every time
 

cav513
Brockton, MA
16th Nov 2022
I took a look at this after Britt B recommended it. My beginner classes love it! The contrast between the first section which seems a bit slower than the second half of the dance adds a bit of challenge and classes have actually broken out in applause after finishing the dance. That doesn't happen all that often.
I took a look at this after Britt B recommended it. My beginner classes love it! The contrast between the first section which seems a bit slower than the second half of the dance adds a bit of challenge and classes have actually broken out in applause after finishing the dance. That doesn't happen all that often.
 

Linda Castledine-davies
6th Nov 2022
Saw this on a review and its a great beginner dance has a real feel good factor about it. Always loved the original track and remember Val Myers doing an AB dance to it as part of his beginner series but this is more up tempo. Will teach it this week. Goodness me more of a split than Brexit some loved it some absolutely hated the music. I like it. Well three weeks down the line and everyone absolutely loves it. No better way to get all that angst and frustration out. Its a great dance.
Saw this on a review and its a great beginner dance has a real feel good factor about it. Always loved the original track and remember Val Myers doing an AB dance to it as part of his beginner series but this is more up tempo. Will teach it this week. Goodness me more of a split than Brexit some loved it some absolutely hated the music. I like it. Well three weeks down the line and everyone absolutely loves it. No better way to get all that angst and frustration out. Its a great dance.
 

Carolyn Jurek
Toronto
6th Nov 2022
A really great little beginner dance - the last 16 counts feel fantastic to capture the growing crescendo of the music in many walls then the release into the stomp & swivels at the beginning of the dance. Love it.
A really great little beginner dance - the last 16 counts feel fantastic to capture the growing crescendo of the music in many walls then the release into the stomp & swivels at the beginning of the dance. Love it.
 

BrittB
Houston,TX
3rd Sep 2022
I love this dance. Would love to know the story of why its called Glass of Wine :)
I love this dance. Would love to know the story of why its called Glass of Wine :)
 

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