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pink champagne

noun

  1. a sparkling white wine, especially of the Champagne district of France, colored slightly by the grape skins during fermentation or the addition of a small amount of red wine just before the second fermentation.


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Word History and Origins

Origin of pink champagne1

First recorded in 1830–40

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Example Sentences

The water seemed to turn into something like pink champagne as the powder dissolved.

Kenyon not only wrote about pink champagne, but dispensed it with many other good things.

Then he let a drop of something fall on the ruby—and it fizzled up for all the world like pink champagne.

"Pink champagne, and red-coats to drink it," chimed in the ensign.

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