Champagne

Only the Chardonnais, le Pinot meunier and the Pinot noir are authorized to produce this wine.
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Champagne

Cham·pagne' noun [ French See Champaign .] A light wine, of several kinds, originally made in the province of Champagne, in France. » Champagne properly includes several kinds not only of sparkling but of still wines; but in America the term is usually restricted to wines which effer...
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Champagne

• (n.) A light wine, of several kinds, originally made in the province of Champagne, in France.
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Champagne

historical and cultural region encompassing the present-day northeastern French département of Marne and parts of Ardennes, Meuse, Haute-Marne, Aube, ... [6 related articles]
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champagne

classic sparkling wine named for the site of its origin and exclusive production, the traditional region of Champagne in northeastern France. The ... [1 related articles]
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champagne

champagne (shămpān') , sparkling white wine made from grapes grown in the old French province of Champagne. The best champagne is from that part of the Marne valley whose apex is Reims, the center of the industry. Champagne was reputedly developed by a monk, Dom Pérignon, in t...
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Champagne

Champagne (shäNpä'nyu) , historic region and former province, NE France, consisting mainly of Aube, Marne, Haute-Marne, and Ardennes depts., which form that modern region of Champagne-Ardenne. The Champagne region is almost, but not fully, coextensive with the former provinces of Champ...
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Champagne

Champagne is a French wine, white or red, which is made chiefly in the department of Marne, in the former province Champagne, and is generally characterized by the property of creaming, frothing, or effervescing when poured from the bottle, though there are also still Champagne wines. The creaming or slightly sparkling Champagne wines are more high...
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champagne

Sparkling white wine invented by Dom Pérignon, a Benedictine monk, in 1668. It is made from a blend of grapes (pinot noir and chardonnay) grown in the Marne River region around Reims and Epernay, in Champagne, northeastern France. After a first fermentation, sugar and yeast are added to the still wine, whi...
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Champagne

An attack of three distinct groups with two in front and one behind. The leading two groups are attempting to bracket with the trailing third group flying up the middle.
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Champagne

A popular bubbling wine from the Champagne region of France. Bubbling wine is called "spumante" in Italy, "Seki" in Germany, and "vin mousseux" in other regions of France. Americans unashamedly call their bubbling wines "champagne."
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Champagne

[historical province] Champagne (ʃɑ̃paɲ) is a historic province in the northeast of France, now best known as the Champagne wine region for the sparkling white wine that bears its name. Formerly ruled by the counts of Champagne, its western edge is about 100 miles (160 km) east of Paris. The cities of Troyes, Reims, and Épernay are the...
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Champagne

[beverage] This category contains flora that are native to, or naturalised on, the Chatham Islands. Taxa that are introduced but not naturalised are excluded. Taxa of the lowest rank are always included. Higher taxa are included only if endemic. The categorisation scheme follows the World Geographical Scheme for Recording Plant Distribution...
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Champagne

[color] The color champagne is a name given for various very pale tints of yellowish-orange that are close to beige. The color`s name is derived from the typical color of the beverage Champagne. ==Champagne== The color champagne is displayed at right. The first recorded use of champagne as a color name in English was in 1915. ==Variations o...
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Champagne

[wine region] The Champagne wine region (archaic Champany) is a historic province within the administrative province of Champagne in the northeast of France. The area is best known for the production of the sparkling white wine that bears the region`s name. EU law and the laws of most countries reserve the term `Champagne` exclusively for w...
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Champagne

<i>(Kanton Waadt)</i> Small wine village with 700 inhabitants in the area north of the Swiss canton Bonvillars Vaud . He was mentioned in 885, was first documented. The vineyards have Grand Cru status, and include 28 hectares of vineyards, which are mostly planted with Chasselas and a little red varieties. The community was mainly due t...
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champagne

A common descriptive term for light brown or pinkish brown coloured diamonds
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Champagne

A denominated region northeast of Paris in which Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier grapes are made into sparkling wine.
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Champagne

A sparkling white wine named after a region just east of Pans, France where it was first produced.
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Champagne

Rich soft beige color found in the Burmese breed.
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Champagne

[coiffeur] Monsieur Champagne was the first celebrity coiffeur for whom the term was first coined in France in 1663, shortly after his death. His aristocratic clients included Princess Marie de Gonzague. He was the title character in the comedy Champagne le coiffeur which was staged at the Théâtre du Marais. ...
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