Need bubbles for New Year's Eve but can't quite swing a bottle of French Champagne? Read on for some more affordable sparkling options.
Authentic Champagne is from a very specific region in France and can come with a hefty price tag. If you want to try the real thing, the Perrier-Jouet "flower bottle" is a classic choice for about $170.
Not only is #PerrierJouëtBelleEpoque the icon of the House, it was the first cuvée to be adorned with the iconic spray of anemones illustrated in 1902 by Emile Gallé, a master of #ArtNouveau pic.twitter.com/IMDf4FGThQ— Perrier-Jouët (@perrierjouet) September 5, 2019
Don't worry if you can't afford a bottle of Champagne; there are plenty of great options for other types of bubbly that will fit the bill. These prices in this article are from the Total Wine website. Click here to find the location nearest to you.
Also, make sure you've got Champagne Flutes to enjoy said bubbly! Check out the great selection available on Amazon.
It's always a good time when you've got a bottle of Prosecco to pop! This Italian sparkling wine can just as crisp and dry or fruity and sweet. A bottle of Tesoro della Regina goes for $15, and it has earned rave reviews for its fresh finish and effervescence.
Spain's sparkling wine is both excellent and on the less expensive side of the spectrum. Marques de Monistrol Brut Cava is just $10.99 a bottle, and it has great reviews. You can even find a good bottle to mix with for under $10!
This sweet, sparkling Italian wine is good for lightweights who prefer things on the fruitier side. Made from the Moscato grape, it will go down a little too easily if you're not careful. One option with excellent reviews is the Armani Moscato Spumante at $18.99 a bottle.
So many of us grew up with Martini & Rossi Asti Spumante, this is something that feels like going home for the holidays.
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What could be more festive than a pink glass of bubbly? One of the most popular bottles at Total Wine is the Ruffino Sparkling Rose which sells for $11.99.
Jason is holding our new Ruffino Sparkling Rosé. It's from Italy, has aromas of strawberries and rose petals and a bubbly, acidic flavor of berries, apple and pear. #durangoco #winegeek #wine #durango pic.twitter.com/YCZz5kCDjS— El Moro Tavern (@elmorotavern) January 26, 2018
So, how about it? Are you ready to try one of these delicious sparkling wines? Do you already have a favorite? Let us know in the comments!