So you've just popped open a bottle of champagne and had a fabulous time celebrating. But now the party is over, and you're left with an open bottle of bubbly. What do you do next? Don't worry, we've got you covered with some tips on how to store champagne after opening.
First things first, you want to make sure that you have a Champagne Stopper. This will prevent the carbonation from escaping and keep your champagne fresh for a longer period of time.
Next, it's important to store your champagne in the fridge. The colder temperature will slow down the oxidation process and help to preserve the flavor and aroma of your bubbly. Plus, there's nothing better than a cold glass of champagne on a warm day!
But here's a pro-tip: make sure you take your champagne out of the fridge at least 20 minutes before serving. This will allow the champagne to warm up slightly, which will help to release the aroma and bring out the flavors.
Now, if you don't finish the bottle of champagne in one sitting (which let's be real, who does?), you can keep it in the fridge for up to three days. However, keep in mind that the longer you keep the bottle open, the less carbonation and flavor it will have.
Now you can enjoy your champagne to the fullest and make sure that you're storing it properly after opening. Now, who's ready for another glass of bubbly? Snag some of our faves and never let a good bottle of bubbly go to waste!