Symbolic of victory
Ceremonial drink of celebration; see “wine”
A universal symbol for celebration.
If you are drinking champagne, clinking glasses and laughing and talking with other people, great good fortune lies ahead.
If a champagne glass is spilled, however, or a bottle broken, the celebration is premature and there is still much to be done before you can consider a project completed.
Vision: Seeing a glass/bottle of champagne means good fortune, even if small and short-lived. Drinking a glass of champagne by yourself: you are getting very little understanding from the people around you; you want more affection and tenderness. Breaking a bottle of champagne: an exciting event is imminent. Drinking champagne in the company of others: new experiences.
The dream might also be a sign that you want exciting sexual encounters.
Depth Psychology: This bubbling drink may either be a symbol of overwhelming sexual needs that you can’t control much longer— or a sign of your rebellion against social norms. In most cases, however, champagne expresses your need for happy companionship. See Alcohol.
See Sparkling Wine. Advancement, happiness; be good to yourself, treat yourself. Longing for luxury, as in Oysters. At the same time, it is a warning not to be too extravagant. Taking a bath in champagne is considered a symbol for titillating sexuality and decadent luxury.
Folklore: A sign pointing to unhappiness in love relationships (the partner is unfaithful or wasteful).
To see the opening of a bottle of champagne sometimes represents the dreamer’s romantic or sexual feelings for a certain person. Or, dreams that feature champagne can often signify a celebration or a personal achievement that you are proud of.
This is an unfortunate omen for love affairs.
Dreams of champagne symbolize celebration, bubbly and happy times. You are having a toast to yourself, which is foretells of success.
The popping of the cork can also symbolize the sexual act or need for emotional or physical release. See Ceremony.