Definition of Champagne flute

1. Noun. A tall narrow wineglass.

Exact synonyms: Flute, Flute Glass
Generic synonyms: Wineglass



Definition of Champagne flute

1. Noun. A piece of stemware with a long stem and a tall, narrow bowl on top, designed to keep champagne desirable during its consumption by preventing heat from the drinker's hand from warming the champagne while retaining its carbonation. ¹

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Literary usage of Champagne flute

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1. Germ Warfareby John Lonergan by John Lonergan (2001)
"Grasping the cork firmly, he twisted the bottle underneath. The cork eased out silently. Alexa held a champagne flute under the bottle as Sasha poured. ..."

2. Larue's Maneuvers by James Isaiah Gabbe (2007)
"asked Garret, sipping from a champagne flute. "This could be interesting," he said to a very tall, confused-looking woman whose bun was so tight it seemed ..."

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