An unopened bottle of nonvintage champagne stays good for three to four years. A bottle of unopened vintage champagne stays good for more than 20 years. More »

A bottle of champagne is at its best for 3 to 5 hours after it has been opened. After this period, the champagne loses its carbonation and becomes flat, which affects the taste. An open bottle of champagne can be reseale... More »

A bottle of champagne holds approximately 25 ounces. Champagne is traditionally measured in milliliters, and that is the unit that will be on the bottle's label. More »

An unopened bottle of white wine can last over three years past its printed date. Factors that determine the shelf life of a wine include its vintage, its label, how it was prepared and how it is stored. More »

When stored in a refrigerator, an open bottle of champagne can last between 3 to 5 days if it is re-corked or covered properly. If one does not have the cork or a stopper to close the bottle, then a piece of plastic wrap... More »

To make a Lady Irish, which is a tart, sherry-spiked champagne cocktail, begin by filling a cocktail shaker with ice. Add 2/3 ounce of an Irish whiskey such as Bushmills, 2/3 ounce oloroso sherry, 1/2 ounce grenadine syr... More » Food Beverages

Bottled water comes in sizes as small as 8 ounces per bottle and as large as 2.5 gallons per fridge pack. Purified water may also be bought in 5-gallon jugs for use with commercial coolers in offices and warehouses. More »