For the aromas in the champagne to develop properly, it mustn't be too chilled. Ideally, the temperature should lie between 6 and 8 degrees.

An exception are those full-bodied vintage champagnes, which should be enjoyed slightly warmer, between about 9 to 11 degrees.

Champagne warms up quite quickly in the glass at normal ambient temperatures. Therefore, it is advisable not to fill the glasses too much and to store the bottle on (!) the ice in a champagne cooler.

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