Nifty Champagne Trick

Thursday, February 12, 2015

Do you like champagne or sparkling wine? Balazs and I often pass on drinking sparkling wine because of its super short shelf life. Somehow a few hours after you pop open a bottle, it gets totally flat. So, when I spotted The Kitchn’s nifty raisin idea, I got intrigued.

Kelli tested if a single raisin could have the power to revive a near-flat bottle of champagne, and guess what, it worked! The second the raisin fell into the bottle, the bubbles immediately clung to it and the champagne was just as bubbly and effervescent as when she first opened the bottle!

Champagne-free days are over for us, ladies! I'm so trying this tonight. Cheers!

P.S: Two great tips on chilling wine in no time and one tip on saving leftover wine.
P.P.S: How to grow sunflower greens.

(Photos by Kelli Dunn and Kimberley Hasselbrink)


Anonymous said...

This will come in handy over the weekend. We're cooking and staying in for Vday. Jill

DT @ Here I scribble said...

This is gonna be useful this weekend. Thanks!

Jana | One Drawing A Day said...

Does it work with sparkling water?

Diana Mieczan said...

Sounds lovely, Jill:)

Diana Mieczan said...

My pleasure, DT!

Diana Mieczan said...

Jana, I think it should! :)

Art Farm said...

AWESOME!! Such a great tip! And we'll have to try this with sparkling water. Toby is addicted. xo, Katie said...

What a great tip! I want to know why it works! :-)

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