Monday, May 18, 2015

Manners Monday: Your Champagne Flute

Okay, so we're not going to be mean if you want to keep it (just say so), but the goal of that particular glass of champagne is for you to toast to the bride and groom, and the goal of your Server is to take things off of the table that you do not need anymore as the night goes on, leaving you (eventually) with cake, coffee, full bellies and happiness. Therefore, when the toast is done, go ahead and drink the champagne that you want out of that flute, allow your Server to clear it away, and if you really like champagne and want more, just ask for it at the bar! They probably have more and will be happy to pour you a glass...or two... 

Want to learn more about champagne toasting flutes? This post focuses on the bride & groom's flutes (which stay on the table through the meal, because they're fancier and a little more special- no offense) as well as the history of champagne for toasting, the magic toasting words in different languages and more! 

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