How to save sparkling wine and champagne

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Once a bottle of champagne is open, you’ll need a special stopper to re-cork the opened bottle. A regular stopper could easily fly off in the refrigerator causing heart-wrenching loss of good bubbly, not to mention a big mess.

If you do not use a real stopper made specifically for sparkling wine, you could risk the chance of injury to you or one of your guests due to a projectile launch. This can guaranty an unpleasant evening.