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Why is champagne called champagne?
Hibiscus is cranberry and champagne - adding vodka or Grand Marnier/triple sec to the cranberry and champagne makes it a Poinsetta.
A split of champagne is a half bottle
That's commonly called a Mimosa, or a Buck's Fizz in the UK. There are many recipes available online (including non-alcoholic) depending on your tastes.
The French word for "dry" in the wine or champagne sense is "brut". I suspect that's the word you're looking for.
Muselet - Invented in 1844 by Frenchman Adolphe Jacqueson
Jereboam Supposedly named after Jeroboam II, who was the King of Israel during the year of Rome's founding (753 BC)
Nebuchadnezzar is 20L, that's big.
Kir Royale **Technically a Kir Royale is made withe Creme de Cassis, not Chambord. I like to call this Chambord/Champagne drink the Cham-Cham (Sham Sham).
A split. The smallest bottle size of champagne is called a Quarter holding 18.75cls.
It is the name of a winery in California. Though they produce, among other things, sparkling wines they are not champagne.