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Does placing a metal spoon in an open bottle of sparkling wine (etc.. .) help keep its fizz?
Does placing a metal spoon in an open bottles of bubbles, sparkling wine & Champagne help keep its fizz ? If so why is this ?
Jun 15 '12 at 7:34
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