World Champagne Day: Here Are 10 Fun Facts About The Bubbly Drink


Welcome to World Champagne Day! Let's celebrate with 10 fun facts about this bubbly drink. #ChampagneDay #Cheers


Did you know that Champagne can only be called Champagne if it's made in the Champagne region of France? #FunFact #ChampagneRegion


The pressure inside a bottle of Champagne is about 90 pounds per square inch, which is three times the pressure in car tires! #Bubbly #Pressure


Champagne is made from three types of grapes: Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier. #Grapes #ChampagneBlend


The longest recorded flight of a Champagne cork was 177 feet! #CorkFlight #RecordBreaking


The traditional way to open a bottle of Champagne is by twisting the bottle, not the cork. #ChampagneEtiquette #TwistNotPop


The bubbles in Champagne are created during the second fermentation process, where yeast and sugar are added to the wine. #Fermentation #Bubbles


The largest bottle of Champagne ever made was a 30-liter bottle, also known as a Melchizedek. #GiantBottle #Melchizedek


Champagne is not just for celebrations, it can also be paired with a variety of foods like seafood, cheese, and even fried chicken! #FoodPairings #VersatileDrink


Cheers to World Champagne Day! Now you know 10 fun facts about this beloved bubbly drink. Enjoy responsibly and always celebrate in style. #Celebrate #ChampagneDay