There is a lot to Celebrate this summer!
Queens Jubilee, Olympics, outdoor concerts, sports events and much more. They say sales of champagne are on the increase already and we can be certain of higher sales of cool white wine.
Champagne will be the preferred celebratory drink for the Queens’ jubilee celebrations. It will not be cheap so it is worth looking after it and serving it at the right temperature to get the best out of it.
Why not start by opening your champagne bottle in style. Use a Champagne Sabre to slice off the top of the bottle as was done in the old days.
The technique is called sabrage. Sabrage is a technique for opening a Champagne bottle with a Champagne sabres used for ceremonial occasions. The saber is slid along the body of the bottle toward the neck. The force of the back of the blade hitting the lip breaks the glass to separate the collar from the neck of the bottle. The cork and collar remain together after separating from the neck.
When you do this remember the bottle has to be cold for the champagne sabre to work effectively.
Keeps your champagne cool using a champagne cooler? These are either champagne buckets or champagne coolers that are kept cool using ice so when the champagne bottle or sparkling wine is immersed in it too cools. Some Ice buckets are for one bottle and others can accommodate up to as many as 6 champagne bottles.
For single bottles of champagne or sparkling wine there is always the drier option of a Rapid Ice Champagne Cooler cooling jacket for Champagne. This is a plastic jacket that is cooled in the freezer then taken out and used by the bottle being added to it. Or indeed the CaddyO Wine Cooler where you simply put the plastic cylinder into the freezer for 4 to 6 hours, place the bottle inside the CaddyO Wine Cooler and your wine should stay cool for up to 8 hours.
Serving White Wine and keeping it Cool
Many of the methods form champagne and sparkling wine can be used for white wine as well. Don’t forget to pack your vacu vin stopper system to reseal the bottle if left unfinished and that will preserve the wine and stop it leaking.
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