Open That Bottle Night
One night in February, a dull and dark month, has been brightened by the creation of an occasion to celebrate wine, champagne, or spirits. Open That Bottle Night is dedicated in making sure those bottles of fine wine, which have been stored for a special occasion, are finally used and enjoyed.
This day is now your chance to celebrate the special occasion you’ve been waiting for. It’s Open That Bottle Night
History of Open That Bottle Night
Open That Bottle Night was founded on the belief that great wine should be shared. This is the ideal time to take out the cork and enjoy life.
Founded in 2000 by Dorothy J. Gaiter (Wall Street Journal columnist) and John Brecher (Wall Street Journal columnist), ‘Open That Bottle Night’ is an annual event that aims to encourage people to share a bottle and make good memories with their families and friends-without any special occasion.
This day is held on the last Saturday of February each year. It encourages sharing memories, both good and bad, over a glass of wine. It is not just about opening a bottle, but also about sharing your heart.
How to Celebrate Open That Bottle Night
It’s a wonderful day to celebrate and enjoy special events or nothing at all! These ideas will help you dive deep into the joy of living on Open That Bottle Night.
People who have been saving for a special occasion to enjoy a bottle of wine will feel relieved to learn that it is possible to have the day they’ve been waiting for. Celebrate just being alive. Grab your corkscrew and grab some glasses. It’s time for you to open that bottle!
Don’t forget to tell stories about bottles with special meanings. Did it come from a special location? For a special person For an important event? Did it come from someone important? The moment is made more powerful by letting the bottle tell its tale as it is sipped.
Are you not able to save any bottles? That’s okay! It doesn’t make it a difficult day to enjoy. You don’t have to buy a special wine if there isn’t one in your cellar. Ask the staff at the wine shop for suggestions on what to open on this special day celebrating life.
Are you ready to feel the spirit of the moment? One great way to channel the vibes of the day is to read the book by the authors. Love By The Glass, a memoir and love story by Dorothy Gaiter (and John Brecher), is also the author of Open That Bottle Night.
This book provides a unique insight into the careers of the journalists, the difficulties they faced, Martha Stewart’s role in their work, and how wine changed their lives. It is a delight to see the lives of these wine lovers, including Dorothy’s experiences as a woman from color.
You have the perfect opportunity to test something you’ve always wanted to but never tried. Wine enthusiasts who want to be wine experts or just enjoy the evening. These ideas might be a good place to start:
Invite close friends to join you for an intimate dinner party. The guests list should include close friends and family members who are open to wine and appreciate the story.
Good music is an important part of having friends over to enjoy a glass of wine. You can get creative with a playlist of songs that are inspired by wine. These are just a few ideas. You can then add your favorites.
Here are some tips to make the most out of your bottle.