Coppa is a Lombard and Emilian regional term referring to a cured meat, prepared with a cut of the pig from a part of its neck. Precisely because of this position, a very similar product in central-southern Italy is called capocollo.
This term also indicates a glass with an enlarged and rounded shape, a long stem and low edges. It is used for sparkling wines, especially sweet ones, as its width allows a better diffusion of the perfume. Today there are cups of all kinds, usually in glass or crystal, used to serve fruit salads, creams and other spoon desserts.