Yes, the Bubbl. system can be used to store open bottles of cider. Cider, like champagne and other sparkling wines, contains carbon dioxide (CO2), which gives it its effervescence. When a bottle of cider is opened, this CO2 starts to escape, which can lead to a loss of bubbles and freshness.
The Bubbl. preservation system stands out from other preservation solutions on the market thanks to its unique approach to preserving the effervescence of sparkling wines and champagne.
First, there are traditional methods such as using a spoon or purchasing a special bottle stopper. These methods can only preserve wine for a few days at best, which is far less than the week’s preservation that Bubbl. can offer.
Finally, the Bubbl. stands out for its “Smart Cap”, which ensures a perfect seal when the bottle is opened, maintaining the wine’s effervescence and flavor characteristics for up to a week.
No, sparkling wine is not necessarily champagne.
Champagne is a specific type of sparkling wine produced in the Champagne region of France. Under French law and numerous international agreements, only wines produced in this region can bear the name “Champagne”.
It’s a generic term that encompasses all wines that contain bubbles, whether they’re produced in France (including Champagne, but also Crémant, Blanquette de Limoux, etc.), Italy (Prosecco, Franciacorta, Asti), Spain (Cava), Germany (Sekt), the USA, Australia, and so on.
These wines can be produced using several methods, including the traditional method (or méthode champenoise) used for champagne, but also other methods such as the méthode Charmat or the méthode ancestrale.
So, while all champagne is sparkling wine, not all sparkling wine is champagne.