Champagne Bottle Opening Trick

Champagne

Opening a bottle of champagne will be easier if you chill it in a bucket filled with ice rather than chilling the whole bottle inside the refrigerator. The reason? Chilling the whole bottle would make the whole thing contract squeezing the cork firmly in place. With the neck clinging to the cork, you might not also get that popping sound.

Dipping in an ice bucket would expose the neck to room temperature instead, preventing the neck from constricting the cork and allowing for an easy pop.

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  1. The vibrations of the refrigerator will also shake the bottle making it harder to control the removal of the cork. Also the refrigerator temp is too cold for the proper serving temp.

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