Generally speaking, champagne is often drunk in a cold state, but one study found that champagne is more delicious when drunk at room temperature. The British media Daily Mail reports .

Slimy champagne?
Slimy champagne?

According to the media, the “optimal temperature” for champagne was discovered by a research team at the University of Reims Champagne-Ardenne in France. They found that when the temperature of champagne reached around 18 degrees Celsius, the carbonic acid “shuffle” was maintained for a longer period of time.

In other words, if you want to enjoy a crispy and refreshing texture, about 18 degrees is the optimum temperature . Also, if you tilt the glass diagonally and pour champagne, it will prevent air bubbles from popping and escaping to the outside of the glass.

Champagne is deep
Champagne is deep

So, if you want to enjoy the champagne swashwa to the fullest, store it at around 18 degrees higher than usual, tilt the glass diagonally and pour it before drinking-even a little lukewarm. If you don't mind.