Champagne gets its bubbles from carbon dioxide. They are the reason why the wine quickly "goes to your head" when you drink it. When someone says that her Champagne has gone flat, it means that the carbon dioxide has dissipated. You can remove the bubbles from your Champagne if you enjoy the taste but prefer a flat drink.
Things You'll Need
- Bottle of Champagne
- Champagne glass
Open the bottle of Champange with a corkscrew and remove the cork.
Sit the Champagne on the kitchen counter at room temperature and leave it there for three hours.
Pour a small amount of Champagne into a Champagne glass. If it fizzes or bubbles are present, leave it on the counter for another hour since it isn't completely flat yet.
Check the wine in another hour to see if it's flat. Keep checking it every half an hour until the bubbles and fizz are completely gone.
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