Why is champagne called champagne?
Champagne is a sparkling wine made in the Champagne region of France. When spelled with a lower case "c," it is the generic term for any sparkling wine.
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.
black velvet/ but we called it irish mail
A party! . It is called a magnum, which is 1500ml of any wine - not necessarily champagne.
A Magnum is 1.5L, a Jeroboam is 3L, a Rehoboam is 4.5L a Methuselah is 6L. They do have bigger sizes but this should work if you are trying to order a large format for a speci…al event.
16 bottles of champagne = 1 Balthazar
Jereboam Supposedly named after Jeroboam II, who was the King of Israel during the year of Rome's founding (753 BC)
It's called a Balthazar and it's equivalent to 16 regular sized bottles.
a large bottle of champagne
The French word for "dry" in the wine or champagne sense is "brut". I suspect that's the word you're looking for.