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Fine Champagne

[French feen shahn-pan-yuh] /French fin ʃɑ̃ˈpan yə/
noun
1.
a high-quality cognac distilled from grapes grown in the Grande Champagne or Petite Champagne vineyards of western France.
Origin of Fine Champagne
1865-1870
Borrowed into English from French around 1865-70
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Contemporary Examples
  • Some books are the literary equivalent of Fine Champagne—delicious, much-desired, and appropriate for practically everyone.

Historical Examples
  • He ordered a glass of Fine Champagne and held it up to the light.

    The Silent Barrier Louis Tracy
  • He went downstairs to the library and asked for a glass of Fine Champagne and seltzer water.

    Woman and Artist Max O'Rell
  • The conversation, enlivened by a bottle of Fine Champagne, flowed briskly and cheerfully around the table.

    Ishmael

    Mrs. E. D. E. N. Southworth
  • Pour a pony of Chartreuse over the omelet, then a pony of Fine Champagne, and light it.

  • This was followed by cheese and dessert, and there was a free flow of Fine Champagne.

  • He would also have poured down an eye-opener consisting of half a water glass of Fine Champagne brandy.

    The Eyes Have It Gordon Randall Garrett
  • And when they came, it was for the good dinners, and the Fine Champagne direct from France.

  • Still, one at least had company now; and he was not the man to be insensible to the Fine Champagne of the unexpected.

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