They Miss the True Pleasure
“Pre-eminently a sociable wine, [champagne] calls for companionship. There are dour, selfish fellows who may be seen in club corners solitarily drinking a pint on their own. But they miss the true pleasure. To crack a bottle with a crony is the way of enjoyment. How many old friendships have been renewed and old feuds forgotten over a bottle of [champagne].” Editorials and Editorial-writing by Robert Wilson Neal. Published by The Home Correspondence School, inc., 1921.