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Whether it is from Christmas, New Year, a Harvest Dinner or from a massive Family Gathering, left over empty champagne bottles are the foundation of the home wine maker’s craft. One of the most important safety issues of winemaking is having a sterile bottle in which to store the efforts of the previous months and a solid champagne bottle will also ensure the contents will not explode in your face and possibly pierce your eyes with glass. I have about three hundred champagne bottles that have been collected over the years.
This is the time of the year when there is no longer the demand being placed on every drop of milk being wrung out of every willing, and sometimes not so willing, udder.