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peachacid Jun 29, 2011 06:59 AM

My friend and I were considering having my birthday party this summer at her private pool, which allows food and drink but no glass. I live very close -- a few blocks away -- and have no problem switching some wine into some plastic bottles to carry it over. Would the same work for champagne?

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  1. ChefJune RE: peachacid Jun 29, 2011 07:57 AM

    I wouldn't try it. You might try buying some of the cans of Sofia, the Coppola sparkling wines that comes in cans like soda pop.

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      invinotheresverde RE: ChefJune Jun 29, 2011 12:53 PM

      It's not the best, but that was going to be my suggestion, too. It's fine for a pool party, assuming it's not particularly formal (which I doubt, as the OP mentioned plastic).

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        ChefJune RE: invinotheresverde Jun 29, 2011 01:34 PM

        I think it's as good as OP is going to find that's not in glass.

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          invinotheresverde RE: ChefJune Jun 29, 2011 04:37 PM

          Agreed.

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      sleepercar RE: peachacid Jul 4, 2011 10:06 AM

      I haven't tried this with a sparkling wine, but when i want to take wine to a glass-free beach or park, I use a Klean Kanteen from Bottlewise.com. It's stainless steel and doesn't impart any flavors to the wine. I've been pleased with it.

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