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You could check whether a wine is carbonated which should be indicated on the label (it's one of the processes to produce wine). If it's not indicated on the label, then it's normally a young wine. The way to get rid of the off flavour is very simple: wait! A glass of evil smelling, lightly carbonated, wine can become a very nice drink if left to breathe. ...
As a beer brewer, I'm pretty concerned with fizz ;) Since the below may be a little tl;dr, the short answer to your question is, "I don't think so." This is actually the first time I've heard of the metal spoon "trick", so I can't directly comment on that, but I'll share a little of what I know about carbonation. Carbonation is carbon dioxide (CO2) that ...
There are a couple of reasons why a wine would be slightly fizzy: Maltreatment: wine which has been stored in a hot place will often be slight fizzy, as well as having a "sour cider" taste. This wine is ruined, throw it out. Varietal: in addition to Champaigne/Prosecco/Cava,several other wine varietals are deliberately slightly fizzy, such as Lambrusco ...
My own experience confirms the answers from the related question from Skeptics. If you hang a spoon inside an open bottle, the fizz goes out. However, I've been able to keep the fizz in the bottle for a couple of days by putting cling film over the top.
No, the sodastream caps are big enough to fit a standard bottle cap inside it entirely. Practically everything about the sodastream is made in a proprietary manner to make sure you use their products as intended and never interchange them with something else (and can only purchase replacement parts from them)
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