So wine does not have to be all serious and business-like. Sometimes, a lot of times, we like to have fun with it.
Here is my most recent exploits with magnum of Taittinger Champagne, posted here because, well, I can, and it was fun. Champagne was great and we enjoyed it to the last drop.
The technique is called SABRAGE, for anyone needing to know the official term. Just be careful if you are trying this as bottles can and do break, and the glass can be very sharp. You should get instructions from a seasoned professional before attempting on your own.
And that sword, ugly handle, but it is legit big in size, and is actually very sharp. Although there is a small ding in it now - not really sure where that came from...
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Brian Mitchell runs The New England Wine Academy, and is responsible for the content of this blog. With over 25 years of drinks industry experience, Brian has learned a few things, but everyday he is learning more. This blog helps to bring that knowledge to you.