Wine expert Kevin Zraly's bubbly buying tips
"Just chill 'em down," Zraly stressed. "Submerge your bottle in ice and water or put it in the fridge. Champagne should be served cold, not lukewarm. You want your coffee hot and you want your champagne very cold."
But can temperature change "skunk" champagne the same way it can with beer?
"The same rules don't apply to champagne. You could create problems with dramatic temperature extremes, but if you drink it right away after chilling, you shouldn't have a problem."