- (countable, uncountable) A sparkling#Adjective|sparkling white wine made from a blend#Noun|blend of grapes, especially Chardonnay and pinot, produced in Champagne, France, by the méthode champenoise.
- 1822, [Walter Scott], chapter VIII, in Peveril of the Peak. [...] In Four Volumes, volume IV, Edinburgh: Printed for Archibald Constable and Co.; London: Hurst, Robinson, and Co., OCLC 2392685 ↗, page 197 ↗:
- "[…] That stuff on the table may be a vehicle for filberts and walnuts, but not for such communications as yours. —Bring me champaigne," he said to the attendant who answered on his summons. The domestic returned, and brought a flask of champaigne, with two large silver cups.
- (countable, uncountable, informal) Any sparkling wine made by the méthode champenoise.
- (countable, uncountable, informal) Any sparkling white wine.
- (countable) A glass#Noun|glass of champagne.
- (countable) A very pale#Adjective|pale brownish-gold colour#Noun|colour, similar to that of champagne.
- French: champagne
- German: Champagner
- Italian: champagne
- Portuguese: champanhe, champanha, champagne
- Russian: шампа́нское
- Spanish: champaña, champán
- German: Sekt
- Russian: игри́стое вино́
champagne (not comparable)Verb
champagne (champagnes, present participle champagning; past and past participle champagned)
- (transitive) To ply#Verb|ply or treat#Verb|treat with champagne.
- (intransitive) To drink#Verb|drink champagne.
- A region/and/former province in France.
champagne (plural champagnes)
- Alternative form of champagne (French sparkling white wine from Champagne made with the méthode champenoise)
- French: Champagne
- German: Champagne
- Italian: Champagne
- Portuguese: Champanhe, Champanha, Champagne
- Russian: Шампа́нь
- Spanish: Champaña