Each year on the 4th Friday of October, champagne-lovers around the globe gather to celebrate Champagne Day. Tasting event, master classes and other events make this day special each year – and a great opportunity for champagne enthusiasts to gather together and enjoy life…and maybe a glass or two of champagne.

You can find more information about the official events taking place on Champagne Day on their website, but don’t let nothing stop you from celebrating on social media wherever you are – just don’t forget to use the hashtag #ChampagneDay!

When is Champagne Day celebrated?

Champagne Day is celebrated on the 4th Friday of October each year.

YearDate
Champagne Day 2023Friday, October 27
Champagne Day 2024Friday, October 25
Champagne Day 2025Friday, October 24
Champagne Day 2026Friday, October 23
Champagne Day 2027Friday, October 28
Global Champagne Day is celebrated on the 4th Friday of October

History of Champagne Day

Champagne Day started in 2009 when the Californian blogger and wine enthusiast Chris Oggenfus introduced the concept of #ChampagneDay. Since then Champagne Day has grown into a legitimately important holiday among champagne enthusiasts, with its own website in six different and tens of events taking place each year in restaurants, wine cellars, wineries and hotels around the globe.

Champagne Day 2023 Social Media Post Ideas

Champagne Day is celebrated on social media by champagne lovers each year. To help you get inspired, here are a few ideas on what to post on Champagne Day!

Post idea 1: Go to a restaurant and order a glass of champagne. A picture of the glass in a beautiful setting, together with a champagne-related text is a winning concept every time! Use hashtags #ChampagneDay and #GlobalChampagneDay to make sure your post is found by other champagne enthusiasts.

Post idea 2: This one’s for hotels and restaurants. If you have champagne on your wine list, why not celebrate this by sharing a picture of your best champagne bottle? Or, even better, why not host an event on Champagne Day if you think it fits your brand!

Champagne Day 2023 Hashtags

If you celebrate Champagne Day, make sure you got the hashtags right.

The following hashtags are especially popular on Champagne Day:

  • #ChampagneDay
  • #ChampagneDay2023
  • #GlobalChampagneDay
  • #GlobalChampagneDay2023

Champagne Day 2023 Quotes

If you want to post about #ChampagneDay on social media, you may need some inspiration. Quotes often offer us exactly that. Here are some of our favorite champagne quotes!

  • “Too much of anything is bad, but too much Champagne is just right.” Mark Twain
  • “I only drink Champagne on two occasions, when I am in love and when I am not.” -Coco Chanel
  • “Why do I drink Champagne for breakfast? Doesn’t everyone?” Noel Coward
  • “Pleasure without champagne is purely artificial.” –Oscar Wilde
  • “Start the day with a smile and finish it with champagne.” -Unknown
  • “Life is too short to not have oysters and champagne sometimes.” -Christie Brinkley
  • “No ‘pagne, no gain!” – Unknown

Champagne Day Jokes

Want to tell a champagne-related joke? How about these ones?

  • Q: How do you launch a champagne factory? A: Throw a boat at it.
  • Q: Why did the bee drink champagne? A: To get a good buzz.
  • Girl: “I love you so much, I could never live without you.” Boy: “Is that you or the champagne talking?” Girl: “It’s me talking to the champagne.”
  • Q: What’s it called when you mix champagne with orange juice at breakfast? A: Alcoholism…

Champagne Day Facts & Trivia

Here are some interesting champagne facts that you probably didn’t know!

  • A popped Champagne cork can reach a speed of 24.8 miles (40 km) per hour!
  • The first glass of champagne will make you feel drunk the fastest. Why? Because it contains the most bubbles.
  • Have you always wondered how many bubbles a bottle of champagne contains? So have we. The answer? 49 million bubbles!
  • Did you know why champagne is always served in flute glasses? It’s to keep it bubbly. After all, what would champagne be without the bubbles?
  • Champagne bottles come in different sizes, starting from 75 cl. The biggest one? 30 liters!

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Last Update: August 24, 2023