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  It's the time of year for celebration, and nothing gets a Christmas celebratory party off to a flying start like a bottle of ice-cold bubbly Champagne or two.

Bubbly is best served very cold and in long flutes to show off the delicious bubbles, and can be enjoyed with a wide variety of food to complement meals. Bubbly is delicious when it is drank with seafood, and in particular salmon, both smoked and fresh, lobster, clams and oysters and sushi, as well as typically salty cuisine such as traditional Asian food including Thai, Chinese, Korean and Japanese food.

Creamy food, like risotto, also goes very well with bubbly, with cream being an undertone of Champagne.
It's fine to serve bubbly with desert, too, but make sure it's a sweeter bottle to really compliment it.

You don't really need to abide by any rules when it comes to pairing food and wine, these are general guidelines only and it's down to personal taste how you have your Champagne. Take Marilyn Monroe for example. The screen siren is reported to have had a bath in a tub filled with bubbly, and her biographer says that it took a whole 350 bottles of it to fill the bath up. This is one to try at home perhaps, if you're feeling particularly flush.

Other interesting facts about bubbly you may not know include those about the grapes used to make it. There are three main grapes cultivated for usage, but two of them are black: Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier. Most people are surprised to learn this because the drink itself is white. The remaining grap used is white, Chardonnay, and the other two black grapes are in fact pressed very gently, which means that the juice produced is light and does not involve any of the darker colour escaping from the dark skins.

Champagne is actually one of the prized inventions in life which was actually discovered by accident. When wine was first produced in the Champagne region of France, fermentation meant that the carbon dioxide produced caused the bottles to explode all over cellars, creating hazards for workers and leading producers to seek ways to eradicate the bubbles altogether.

It wasn't until the British heard about the wine, and began shipping it over in barrels and storing it in stronger glass bottles that the drink really took off and became commercially viable.

Nowadays, the wine has achieved world-wide fame, and after reading this, you can amaze your friends as you top up their glasses with some of the amazing facts you now know about bubbly!




  Some people say that champagne hangovers are no different from regular hangovers, except that you feel a lot classier. Whereas others swear by their favorite bottle of Bollinger that they never ever get hangovers from champers. Some in the I never get hangovers from champagne camp say it is down to the Disgorgement stage of The Champagne Method of making high quality champagne. This is the penultimate step in creating the perfect bottle of bubbly and involves the bottles being stored with the cork pointing down and being regularly and gently shaken to encourage the yeast to settle around the cork. By going through this process the yeast and other impurities can then be removed in the final topping up and corking out stage.

Another possible explanation for the lack of hangover after drinking Champagne is down to the levels of Sulphur in it. All wines contain Sulphur Dioxide, but some contain higher levels than others. High levels of Sulphur Dioxide are believed to cause allergic reactions and are closely related to hangovers. So the less SO2 the less hangover effects. Champagne has one of the lowest levels of sulphites and this is often cited as the scientific reason for Champagne not causing hangovers.

Another very practical reason for Champagne not giving people a hangover is the cost of it. Champagne is a beautiful drink that takes many years to create and in turn, costs a fair bit of money. Your average Joe simply cannot afford to drink enough Champagne to give them a hangover!

Whatever the outcome, Champagne still contains alcohol and it will still make you dehydrated. Make sure you drink plenty of water before and after your sophisticated Champagne soiree, and if you can, while you're drinking it. After all, there's nothing classy about spending the next day after a sophisticated party in your pajamas watching Eastenders with a stinking hangover!

However whether or not Champagne gives you a hangover it is still the drink that is favored by the rich and famous for of its elegant taste and fine bubbles. Not all of us can afford to drink endless bottles of champagnes on a night out, but you can treat a loved one or impress a business client by choosing one of the many champagne gifts available. Our favorites gift idea is a bottle of personalised champagne that makes the recipient feel extra special and means they don't have to share their bottle of champagne with anyone else!