How To Save Champagne After Opening It
It’s New Year’s Eve and the party guests are popping bottles of Veuve like it’s going out of style. The ball in New York City has dropped, and the real party is about to begin. People are drinking Champagne like it’s water, and the sound of corks rocketing into the air punctuates the chatter.
Despite the enthusiasm, you’re going to end up with a few wounded soldiers, i.e., unfinished bottles of Champagne. Time is against you as the bubbles start to vanish and the Champagne becomes flat. Fortunately, there’s a solution for that.
Wine stoppers are pretty common, and now there’s a stopper that’ll keep your bubbly, well, bubbly. These stainless steel Champagne stoppers have a silicon seal and a secure latch that will keep your Champagne fresh enough for morning-after Mimosas. They fit all standard-size Champagne bottles and are restaurant-grade. And they’ll prevent you from having to contemplate opening another bottle, because it’s a special occasion and you have to keep the bubbly flowing.