Champagne cork: A dangerous weapon. You are more likely to be killed by a flying Champagne cork than to be killed by a poisonous spider.
Headache: This occurs when you drink champagne too fast. When drinking champagne, the bubbles cause the alcohol to enter your bloodstream faster. So next time, savor your champagne in small sips to taste the wine, but to also dissipate the bubbles before swallowing.
40mph: The velocity a Champagne cork reaches when popped out of the bottle. It is recommended that when opening a bottle, carefully twist the cork out with a towel covering the bottle, so no wine escapes and you don’t hurt a bystander.
Sparkling wine: The non-French version. “Champagne” is often used for marketing purposes, but authentic champagne only comes from the namesake region of France. Grapes from outside Champagne are not legally allowed to use the title, hence “sparkling wine.”
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