Champagne is the ultimate celebration tool for modern adults all over the world. Whether you're celebrating a birthday, an anniversary, a wedding, an engagement, or graduation, there's sure to be some kind of champagne involved. Did you know that Champagne means that it can only come from France? It cannot be called "champagne" if it's from elsewhere--just a little trivia for all our champagne imbibers out there. Otherwise, it's called "sparkling wine" or something like that. Here's a little Roman history for you too: "La Champagne is a region of timeless natural beauty. The name derives from the Latin ‘campus', ‘Campania' or field. In Old French this became ‘Champaign' today, Champagne. Pliny documented viticulture in the Marne as early as 79 A. D. , but fossil evidence exists showing that wild vines flourished naturally in the area round Epernay over a million years ago. As well as developing the vineyards and the art of winemaking, the Romans also quarried the chalky hillsides up to three hundred feet deep, in search of chalk blocks for building. These chalk pits are called crayeres and have since become cellars for millions of bottles of Champagne. For two centuries the vineyards were cultivated secretly, until the Emperor Probus rescinded the decree and ordered the vineyards to be replanted. From the very outset, the wines of Champagne were prized above all the vineyards of Europe. So if you're a Champagne connoisseur, have fun browsing our fun, novelty Champagne Cufflinks and be sure to wear them to your next celebration.