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  • EXTREME WINE ACCESSORIES - Sabrage is a technique for opening a Champagne bottle with a sabre ,used for ceremonial occasions. The saber is slid along the body of the bottle toward the neck. The force of the blade hitting the lip breaks the glass to separate the collar from the neck of the bottle. The cork and collar remain together after separating from the neck.
  • TRUE TO THE ORIGINAL - The especially high-quality Champagne saber by Resafy is designed in France. The blade is made of rust-proof stainless steel. The sturdy yet valuable processing and decoration of the handle is a particularly complex design.By adopting whole shaped technology, the blade has the characteristic of high intensity and durabilit.And the saber is formed by cold pressing, blacksmithing, and modern welding. This Champagne saber is certainly ready for any challenges at celebrations.
  • RESAFY CHAMPAGNE SABER - For the special occasions in life. The impressive and fascinating blade made of stainless steel is deliberately not sharply sharpened, the hand guard including parry element is made of leather and stainless steel, Handmade and trimmed with a cobweb of gold thread.The decorative handle cord with tassel is kept in dark yellow to match the warm golden tone.
  • Even though you don’t know how to cook or you don’t have a car, you can impress someone you admire when performing this kind of art. It makes everyone excited whenever they see the shining champagne sabre you are holding. Thus, this could be your chance of impressing someone you admire the most. This gives you a plus 10 factor especially if the girl is also a champagne enthusiast like you do.
  • If you already fell in love with Resafy Champagne Sword, then there is a chance that you won’t give this to others but rather keep it as one of your collection.
  • Materials: Stainless steel, brass, leather
  • Dimensions: Blade 18 inches long; overall, 23 inches long
  • Traditional decor embosses the handle and bolster with Beautiful gift box
  • Color of the handle: Golden
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Using a Champagne Sabre is one of the most theatrical and amazing ways to serve wine.


  • It makes a great conversation piece at wine tastings or dinner parties, and a real Champagne sword is a great gift for a lover of fine wines!
  • Bring some excitement to your next party or special occasion by opening your bottle of champagne with Resafy Champagne Saber.
  • The tradition of using a blade to open champagne goes back to the days of Napoleon, when victories were celebrated by decapitating bottles of bubbly with a sword.
  • This technique is still carried out today by those experienced in using a champagne saber.
  • Sabrage should not be taken lightly and is not advised for the inexperienced!


1. Ice your bottle. Put it in the freezer or drop its neck into a bucket of ice and water for 30 minutes. This will reduce the pressure (so your cork won’t fly off) and compress your glass, making it more prone to a clean break. Rest the bottle upright for a few minutes before proceeding.

2. Ensure your safety. Wear protective eyewear. In the event the bottle shatters in your hand, a kitchen towel or a sturdy cloth wrapped around the base of the bottle (where you’ll hold it) always helps. And for the love of Napoleon, make sure everyone’s standing behind you.

3. Find the seam. There’s a barely visible line running up the bottle to the lip. That’s the path your saber will take.

4. Prep the bottle. Unwrap the foil at the top, and take the wire cage off the cork. Be delicate. That thing wants to explode. Hold the blade in your dominant hand and the bottle in the other, at an angle of about 30 degrees.

5. Off with its head! In one smooth, firm, quick motion, run the blunt side of your blade up the seam, smacking it into the lip. The vibration and impact will knock the top clear off the bottle. Make sure people have their flutes ready, because bubbly is about to come foaming out. Before you serve, inspect the neck for loose shards of glass. Now bask in the glory of your victorious sabering-the next toast is to you.

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