It might come a bit late for those of us who enjoyed a glass of champagne during the royal wedding, but one retailer has started selling flutes that can keep it fizzy for longer.
Marks & Spencer has created a set of four glasses for £15 that have special technology to keep the bubbles in, the Daily Mail reports.
Each one has five or six little dots etched into the bottom with a laser that allow more bubbles to form by increasing the surface area.
"The stay-sparkling flutes help to give that satisfying fizz even when a bottle has been open a little while or kept in a fridge with a pressurised stopper," commented M&S's Pam McDermott.
Nicky Turk of Amuse Bouche Champgane Bars said he thinks it is great that this technology has been put into budget flutes, as it allows people to sip their champagne slowly at home.
Champagne is produced exclusively in the Champagne region of France, hence the name. It comes from the Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier grapes.
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