A very pale brownish-gold colour, similar to that of champagne. (noun)
Of a very pale brownish-gold color, similar to that of champagne. (adjective)
Examples of word Champagne
You have heard the term champagne socialism, well this is it.
People still feel that for really special occasions, the wine must have the word "champagne" on the label.
â€œFrom time to time,â€ says Dr. Brandes, â€œthere came over her what she calls her champagne-mood; she grieves that this is no longer the case with him.â€
Perhaps, when safely married, Susan would ask her to one of the family dinners, with a glassful of foam which she called champagne, and the leg of a crow which she called game from the shooting-lodge ....
"From time to time," says Dr. Brandes, "there came over her what she calls her champagne-mood; she grieves that this is no longer the case with him."