Large bubbles are considered extremely unsightly and are not the mark of good quality Champagne. The tinier the bubble the better.
Champagne has three times the gas content of beer! It emits 30 bubbles per second!
For the best bubbles in your bubbly, hold the glass at an angle while you fill it.
For every carbon dioxide molecule that turns into a bubble in a glass of champagne, 4 others escape into the air.
A standard champagne bottle contains about 6 times its volume in dissolved carbon dioxide gas, which is responsible for the liquid’s fizz.
If you open a bottle of champagne & there’s a loud pop then you’ve actually lost bubbles.
Each champagne bubble carries tens of aromatic compounds — compounds that appear in heavier concentrations in bubbles than in the liquid champagne itself.
Opening Champagne – if you can remove the wire in 5 & a half twists, you are about to open a top quality bottle.
Moet is the number one selling brand of champagne in the world.
The world’s largest champagne glass, stands nearly 7 ft tall and holds the equivalent of 22 regular bottles. Now that’s a big glass of bubbly!