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Champagne was a variety of sparkling wine found throughout the Realms. Traditionally, poured into tall delicate crystal champagne flutes in Cormyr[2] and served in crystal tallglasses and silver champagne buckets.[4]



Champagne and all the fanciful accouterments that went with it, as well as a well-dressed server, could be summoned with the cane of the upper class, an enchanted walking cane.[7] Another magic item that could create champagne was crystal alchemy jug that could generate half a gallon per use.[8]


Bottles of champagne were used to anoint new ships by smashing them against the hull in an official ceremony in Ravens Bluff. One such ceremony was performed by Lady Mayor Amber Lynn Thoden during the unveiling RBNS Victorious in the late 14th century DR.[9]


See Also[]



Curse of Strahd • Light of Xaryxis

Novels & Short Stories

Honest and True • The Sorcerer

Video Games

Organized Play & Licensed Adventures

Annie Would I Lie to You • After the Ball is Over • Where Have all the Leaders Gone • Hillsfar Reclaimed
Referenced only
Everything Dies • The Other Side of the Coin • Stolen Crown


  1. 1.0 1.1 Cryptic Studios (June 2013). Neverwinter. Perfect World Entertainment.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Troy Denning (November 2002). The Sorcerer. (Wizards of the Coast), chap. 6. ISBN 978-0-7869-2795-1.
  3. Template:Cite organized play/LC/Everything Dies
  4. 4.0 4.1 Gregory A. Dreher (April 1998). Annie Would I Lie to You. Living City (RPGA), p. 37.
  5. Cindy Moore (2016-02-01). Hillsfar Reclaimed (DDEX3-12) (PDF). D&D Adventurers League: Rage of Demons (Wizards of the Coast), p. 16.
  6. Template:Cite organized play/LC/Where Have all the Leaders Gone
  7. Gregory A. Dreher (April 1998). Annie Would I Lie to You. Living City (RPGA), p. 36.
  8. Matthew Domville (March 2000). The Other Side of the Coin. (RPGA), p. 23.
  9. Daniel S. Donnelly ed. (January/February 1999). The Trumpeter 3, no. 1 (link). (RPGA), p. 1.