Champagne: an alcoholic beverage commonly served for special occasions including New Years Eve celebrations. It can also be quite expensive, so special care is necessary to get the most enjoyment from your investment.
Wineweekly.com recommends that champagne be served at 48 to 50 degrees, and gradually brought to that temperature in a bucket of ice. To best enjoy thebubbles and the aroma of champagne it should be served in a fluted glass. None of this can happen until you get the cork out. Wine weekly recommends you grab the cork and twist the bottle. The cork will then gently ease itself out. Experts say the cork should never be "popped" only released with a "whisper".