Pop, Fizz, Clink! 18 Bottles of Bubbly for New Year's Eve

Perfect for any budget.

Another year has come and gone — well, almost — so it's time to pop the bubbly and raise a glass to the promise of the new year to come. And while you really can't go wrong as long as you're filling your flute with something sparkling, there are a few varietals that stand out in any wine store.

So whether you prefer Champagne straight from Champagne, France, prosecco from Italy or a crisp, sparkling wine from California, one of these bottles is sure to pique your interest. Even better, we've rounded up options with prices that fit any budget, from under $25 to totally splurge-worthy.

1: Chandon Limited Edition Holiday Brut

2: Barefoot Bubbly Extra Dry

3: Zonin Prosecco

4: Sofia Mini Blanc de Blancs Cans

5: Tommasi Prosecco

6: Rotari Rose Sparkling Wine

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$19.99; rotari.it

7: Ruffino Prosecco

$14.99; ruffino.com

8: Mumm Napa Brut Prestige

9: Le Grand Courtage Blanc de Blancs Brut

10: Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut

11: Ruinart Blanc de Blancs

$71.99; ruinart.com

12: Luc Belaire Rose

$29.99; lucbelaire.com

13: One Hope Wine Gold Glitter Brut

$59.00; onehopewine.com

14: Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Rose

15: Moet‎ & Chandon Imperial Brut

$44; moet.com

16: Charles Heidsieck Brut Reserve

17: Champagne Armand de Brignac Brut Gold

18: Perrier Jouet Blason Rose

Make-Your-Own Mimosa Bar

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Bring On the Bubbly

Mimosas traditionally call for Champagne, but any good-quality sparkling wine works equally well. Italian Prosecco and Spanish Cava are two affordable and equally delicious bubbly options.

Self-Serve Station

Design mini recipe cards to spark guests' cocktail creativity. At our New Year's Day brunch, the following combinations were featured concoctions: For a Raspberry-Ginger Mimosa: Add a shot of Chambord to a flute. Drop in a raspberry, candied ginger, and top with sparkling wine. For a Grapefruit-Mint Mimosa: Add a shot of grapefruit juice to a flute. Drop in a sprig of mint and top with sparkling wine. For a Strawberry-Peach Bellini: Add a shot of peach purée to a flute. Drop in a fresh strawberry and top with sparkling wine.

Opt for Vintage Glassware

Try mixing and matching a variety of champagne flutes to add interest to the table. Flea markets and thrift stores are great places to find unique glassware options on the cheap. Place them all on the bar and let guests choose their favorite.

Great Garnishes

Set out garnishes like candied ginger, fresh berries, sugar cubes and mint in small, see-through bowls that allow their colors to add visual appeal to the bar. Pitchers holding fruit purées and fresh juices should be kept chilling in the refrigerator until just before guests arrive.

Chill, Then Serve

An hour before party time, place one bottle of sparkling wine in a champagne bucket filled with half water and half ice. For backup bottles, fill another container with ice (a bathtub is perfect for this!) If there's room, chill champagne flutes in the freezer. When it's party time, pop the cork and prepare to toast the new year.

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