Does "bubbles" here refer to "champagne"? Is it common to refer a "champagne" as "bubbles"?
Yes, that's correct! "Bubbles" or "bubbly" are informal ways to refer to champagne, as champagne is notable for its bubbles. It is most common to use in combination with "bottle of" in front of it. Ex: Our New Year party was amazing. We had ten bottles of bubbles. Ex: Can we get some bubbly for our table?
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