Let's raise a glass and toast the wine of kings and the king of wines on Champagne Day! Champagne Day is an opportunity to join a global community of champagne lovers and treat oneself to the sparkling wine that only comes from Champagne, France.

#ChampagneDay was born in 2009 at the initiative of a Californian blogger and wine tutor, Chris Oggenfus. Over the years, more and more wine lovers around the world have participated in Champagne Day, which has become the universal event for Champagne lovers.

When is Champagne Day ?

Champagne Day takes place on the 4th Friday of October each year.

Join Champagne Day

You too can be part of it. Take a moment to celebrate small moments in life this Champagne Day. Enjoy a Champagne food & wine pairing with close friends, families or colleagues, or simply share a glass of Champagne with the one you love.

Champagne is a sparkling wine, It originates from France and in the EU, it is illegal to call any sparkling wine, Champagne if it doesn't come from the Champagne region of France.

The pressure in the bottle led it to be called the “Devil’s Wine”. Early champagne manufacturers came down to their cellars to find some corks had blown out of their bottles prematurely. They attributed this to spiritual beings. This caused many champagne-makers to wear iron helmets to prevent injury.


Well, drink champagne!

There’s really every reason to pop open a bottle of bubbly and celebrate in style. Champagne is a celebratory party drink, usually associated with luxury, so if you have been saving a bottle, consider sipping and savoring the taste.

Have a champagne breakfast

There’s a reason champagne breakfasts are a thing! Mimosas first thing in the morning go well with everything, from bacon and eggs to croissants, hash browns, and, of course, strawberries.

Put on a champagne playlist

If you’re a rap and hip hop soul at heart, you’ll enjoy this. Some mainstream rappers love to mention champagne in their songs, as well as artists such as Oasis, Willie Nelson, and Jimmy Buffett, to name a few. Here are a few songs you can add to your playlist: “Champagne Problems” by Meghan Trainor, “Drunk in Love” by Beyoncé, “My House” by Flo Rida, “Champagne” by Sugarcult — the list goes on!

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