Nothing says the holidays quite like sparkling wine. Champagne
lovers, or brut rosé
kind of gals — listen up, we have an effervescent option for you (in a range of price points). Opt for the ease of a can, a limited-edition holiday set, or a personalized bottle of bubbly, and get ready to say "Cheers!" in style.
Domaine Paul Buisse Crémant de Loire ($15):
Made in the traditional method of Loire Valley Champagne, this Crémant de Loire pairs well with cheese and charcuterie and is an ideal pour all season long.
Bollinger Limited Edition Brut Rose in Metal Gift Box ($150):
Try and find a more gorg sparkling rosé than this... we'll wait. Seriously though, this salmon-pink vintage rosé will win you over with flavors of warm spice, chocolate, dried flowers, and mandarin peel.
Underwood Bubbles ($15):
Straight outta Oregon, Union Wine Company's The Bubbles (in a bottle versus the company's usual cans) tastes like ripe citrus, tropical fruit, and white flowers. It's meant for cracking open on fancy holiday occasions or game days when you just can't with beer.
Yes Way Rosé Bubbles ($15):
One of our fave rosé brands, Yes Way Rosé, a female-founded winery in the south of France, just released a bubbly version for the holidays. The best news is that you can find it at Target! What's not to love?
Ferghettina Milledi Brut ($65):
Notice something a bit different? The bottle's unique square base allows the yeast to have more contact with the wine for more flavor and aroma. And obviously a badass effect.
Veuve Clicquot Colorama Collection ($60+):
A true Champagne enthusiast will appreciate Veuve Clicquot's holiday set in the form of its Colorama Collection. Choose from a Yellow Label or Non-Vintage Rosé in a paint tube-enclosed case that will keep cold for two hours.
Champagne Henriot Brut Rosé ($75):
This brut rosé is an expert blend of chardonnay and pinot noir — and the result is 100 percent drinkable and pleasing to the palate. Be prepared to keep more than one of these bubbly babies on ice throughout your night.
Archer Roose Prosecco 4-Pack ($16):
What could be more convenient than sipping sparkling beverages from a mess-free, travel-friendly can? Archer Roose's craft bubbly is comprised of 100 percent Glera grapes from Veneto, Italy. PS In need of an under $20 Secret Santa or Yankee Swap present? Consider your dilemma solved.
Chandon California x BaubleBar Holiday Collection ($24 per bottle; $48 for the necklace):
Chandon California teamed up with accessories brand BaubleBar to create the must-have limited-edition sparkling set of the season. The party-ready Chandon brut and rosé bottles have been reimagined and wrapped in glam designs. BaubleBar has also created a #ChandonSquad necklace, complete with Chandon’s iconic star to wear with flute in hand.
Champagne Nicolas Feuillatte Réserve Exclusive Brut NV ($36):
Aged for a minimum of three years, Feuillatte’s Brut Réserve NV is a delicate fruity Champagne. This year, they're offering an Enchanted Meadow bottle and Wonderland Tin, so you can be that
party guest who brought the pretty contribution.
Moët & Chandon Imperial Brut ($50):
This one's a beloved classic that you can suss up if you happen to be in the New York City area between December 23 and January 1. Stop by the Champagne personalization machine
at Grand Central Terminal, where you can have a text or a handwritten message transcribed on a bottle to give to your fave Champs drinker. #GiftGoals
Champagne Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé ($100):
Always a winner in our book, this Cuvée Rosé has cheerful red fruit aromas, delightful bright berry notes, and that lovable rose-colored hue.
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