Interesting facts about champagne
Champagne bath: - According to her biographer, she even took a bath in it! It reportedly took 350 bottles to fill up the bathtub.
Refill more: -If you fill your glass up to the top, the champagne at the bottom will get warmer, making it a less unified drinking experience.
Cool: -According to Food 52, a champagne bottle should only be kept in the fridge if it's going to be consumed soon after.
Bubbles: - There are approximately 49 million bubbles in a 750 ml bottle of champagne.
Ideal glass: - According to Food & Wine, champagne should be sipped from a sparkling wine glass for maximum enjoyment.
Queen Elizabeth II: - Queen Elizabeth II reportedly drinks a gin before lunch, a glass of wine after lunch, a dry martini at lunch.
Frequent drinker: - Step aside, Monroe! It is reputed that between 1908 and 1965, Winston Churchill drank around 42,000 bottles of champagne.
Favorite drink: - Iconic actress Marilyn Monroe's favorite drink was champagne.
Expensive: -According to the Oxford Dictionary, up until the 19th century, champagne was pink and it didn't have bubbles.
Creator: - It is reported that champagne was invented in France during the 17th century by a monk named Dom Pierre Pérignon.