Recent Examples of champagne from the Web
Bryan’s mother and stepdad brought champagne and my dad bought a keg.
When Kessel had his first shot with the Stanley Cup for a day, his grandmother chugged champagne from it.
There was a sequined aisle runner, ivory draping to soften the concrete walls, candles for ambiance, a wall of flowers as a backdrop, and decor to represent their wedding colors of champagne, dusty rose, and ivory.
Menashe lights up beef heart tartare with champagne vinegar and boosts grilled orata with an anchovy-and-lemon paste.
Add simple syrup; whir briefly to combine. Pour peach puree mixture into a champagne or Collins glass.
VIPS guests were picked up outside Chaumet's Place Vendome headquarters by a vintage 1936 bus and jerkily driven to a secret location, slurping champagne.
The launching ceremony was much like those held in the United States and involved raising the Chinese flag, a ribbon cutting, and the smashing of a champagne bottle against the ship's bow.
Once there, he was zipped through a VIP security line and immediately taken to a private lounge to wait for his flight with a glass of champagne in hand.
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Origin and Etymology of champagne
First Known Use: 1664See Words from the same year
Definition of Champagne
CHAMPAGNE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of champagne for English Language Learners
: a French white wine that has many bubbles and that people often drink on special occasions
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