Re: Deteriorating champagne?


Definjitely yes.
That very much depends on the definition of "undrinkable". While it seriously will be way over the hill (and won't deliver much pleasure), it certainly won't be toxic.
I'd refrain from doing this.
"Alcohol" - at least here in Europe - normally would refer to destillates, which wine is not.
M.
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Michael Pronay
I guess you will not die but drinking ......... Maybe to get drunk by administering this intraveneous, so you do have to taste it ?
Gr.
Th Winer
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TheWiner
In article , snipped-for-privacy@privacy.net says...
Ok -- thanks for this. I'll tell her to buy a new bottle and tip the old one down the sink!
Cheers, Paul A
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Paul A
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Concur. It's too iffy to be given as a gift, but it might just be perfectly fine! Taste it to see!
Dimitri
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D. Gerasimatos
In article , snipped-for-privacy@soda.csua.berkeley.edu says...
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Thanks, both, but neither of us drink!
Cheers (!), Paul A
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snipped-for-privacy@soda.csua.berkeley.edu
drinkable.
be perfectly
Then give it to someone who does--not as a valued gift, but as something to try before being thrown away. I certainly wouldn't be insulted if someone gave me something like that, with a warning that it might not be very good.
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