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4 things to know when serving Champagne on board

4 things to know when serving Champagne on board

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Choose your glasses wisely

All wine connoisseurs know that using the right glasses can make a big difference to the flavour of Champagne so it's important to choose the best glasses for your superyacht. "The traditional flute still has a place to play even though the old favourite is quickly being edged out by tulip-shaped glassware such as the Riedel Veritas Champagne glass," comments Peretti. "The tulip-shape helps Champagne aromas develop and enhances the drinking experience. Saucer-shaped ‘coupes’, popular in the 1920s for their stable base when carried on trays, rapidly dissipate Champagne bubbles and are better left to the flapper girls ‘era or to serving puddings!"

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