A white sparkling wine from Champagne
A former province of NE France, which now corresponds to the Champagne-Ardenne administrative region. The region is noted for the white sparkling wine first produced there in about 1700
Champagne to which a small quantity of red wine has been added, or which has been allowed to remain in contact with the black grape skins for a short time during fermentation; rosé champagne.
Brandy from the Champagne district of the Cognac region of which half or more of the content comes from the central Grande Champagne
A region of NE France, comprising part of the Ardennes forest and the vine-growing area of Champagne
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A person who espouses socialist ideals while enjoying a wealthy and luxurious lifestyle
More fully oeil-de-perdrix champagne, oeil-de-perdrix wine. A pale red or rosé wine or champagne; the pink or pale red colour of such a wine.