Champipple was first used as a phrase in one of the early Sanford and Son episodes. It was defined as a drink which was a mixture of ginger ale (_not_ champagne - which is too expensive in the hood) and ripple.
by madman_c November 27, 2007
A mixture of champagne or ginger ale and ripple. It was first mentioned on the episode of Sanford and Son entitled "Fred & Carol and Fred & Donna" in which he says he has a mixture of ginger ale and ripple. It was mentioned later in the episode "Superflyer" in which they decide to get champagne (not ginger ale) because they are on a plane flying first class and Redd Foxx also wants some ripple to mix it with, saying they could call it "champipple."
by PooDooHooDoo December 08, 2010
by TTGalure February 21, 2003
Sexual act of drinking champagne and sucking on the nipple. Works best and is more arousing when the champagne is properly chilled.
by freyosol April 10, 2011