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 »

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 »

Dom Perignon Champagne with a 1992 vintage can easily last until 2017 and even longer. Champagnes that have been appropriately aged have more complex flavors and longer finishes, and most premiere Champagnes, such as Dom... 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 »

In general, red wines start to lose their aromas and flavors and begin to taste acidic 2 or 3 days after opening. However, the more bodied a wine is, the more likely it is to have a higher tannin-content. Tannins reduce ... More »

Boxed wine does go bad but it stays fresh between 30 to 60 days after opening. Boxed wine are basically wine that is contained in a bag with a cardboard box outer covering. To dispense the wine, a hole is cut along a dot... More »

Unlike wine, which comes 12 bottles to a standard case, champagne is sold six bottles to a case. It is possible to buy champagne in quantities of 12 bottles at a time. A 12-bottle case of champagne is referred to by vend... More »