Yes, there is a place called Champagne. It is a region in northeastern France, approximately 100 miles east of Paris. The region is known for producing the famous sparkling wine called Champagne, made using the traditional method of secondary fermentation in the bottle. The Champagne region is divided into several sub-regions, including Montagne de Reims, Vallée de la Marne, and Côte des Blancs, each with unique terroir and grape varietals. The production of Champagne is tightly regulated, and only wines produced in this region using specific methods can legally be labeled as Champagne.