Champagne Stopper: These Things Work!
Just a quick post tonight. Get a Champagne stopper, they actually work. Note: this post should not be confused with another post I need to write: “Aerators: a Waste of Money!”
We don’t usually need a stopper, as we rarely fail to finish a bottle of sparkling wine. Somehow, they just seem to disappear. Occasionally, though, we don’t finish the bottle on night #1.
On Valentine’s day, we enjoyed Chartogne-Taillet Brut Rose with dinner at home, but we didn’t finish the whole bottle.
On day 2, the Champagne was still very nice. The aroma was the same as the day before. The bubbles were a bit less than day 1, but the Champagne was still very enjoyable. At about $6, a Champagne stopper is a good investment, worth having in your kitchen drawer!