First of all, don’t forget that champagne should only be poured in a flute, otherwise the bubbles will dissipate quickly. Another thing to remember is to prime the glass first by pouring about an ounce before pouring the rest, doing so until it reaches about two thirds of the bottle. This prevents any spills from the bubbly’s mousse.
Even after you’ve finished them all up, well-crafted personalized wine bottles could still serve the purpose of hanging around in your living room for all your guests to see – a solid reminder of a special day and a special occasion. That is, of course, unless someone happened to ruin the party by opening the bottle in the wrong way.