The 'Cold Duck' champagne drink started in Detroit

Charlie Langton has the history of the bubbly specialty drink just in time for New Year's Eve.

Champagne is guaranteed to flow tonight as metro Detroiters ring in the new year.

If "Cold Duck" is on your list of drinks, here's something you may not know  - the cocktail was actually born in Detroit.

A Cold Duck, champagne with Burgundy, was created in 1937 or 38 by Harold Borgman at the Pontchartrain Wine Cellars on Woodward Avenue.

Charlie Langton has the story.

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