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    How to Saber Champagne from Fat Cork on Vimeo. We’re celebrating the start of the new year with a bang—by sabering Champagne! Myth has it that Napoleon popularized the technique of opening Champagne with a sword, sabering bottles on horseback after his victories. Whatever the history may be, sabering a bottle of Champagne takes any celebration to the next level. And for us, sabering a bottle is an auspicious way to welcome the new year. Thank you for your support in 2014. We wish you a new year of health, happiness and lots of celebrations.

    For the original & extended saboring video that shows how far we have come, watch Fat Cork- Open Champagne with a Sword 


    1. Diana Clay
      Posted January 8, 2015 at 4:00 PM | Permalink

      WOW, how fun! Thanks for sharing the how to do it!!! and Happy New Year!!


    2. Posted January 8, 2015 at 5:03 PM | Permalink

      Very cool Bryan!

    3. Linda Lichtner
      Posted January 12, 2015 at 2:41 PM | Permalink

      Learned my lesson – nothing but Fat Cork from now on. My New Year’s champagne (from WTSO) was so close to flat I almost cried. Just finished my Fat Cork Mathieu-Gandon and finally feel as if the new year has begun properly. Saving the Redon from my first order for when life needs a lift. Looking forward to February’s shipment!

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