New Year's Sparklers
What better way to end this year than by popping open some Bubbly on New Year’s Eve. Thankfully, now more than ever, there are great options for every budget. So, if you have a little to spend or a lot, you’re in luck! Let’s check out some sparklers for the average Joe and all the way up to the rich and famous.
Alma Brut Sparkling, Brazil, $4.47 – Refreshing flavors of green apple and citrus, light bodied and dry.
Rufino Sparkling Rose, Italy, $11.19 – Fragrant with notes of strawberry and hints of rose petals and flavors of red berries.
Domaine Ste. Michelle, Washington, $11.99 – Delicate flavors of apples and citrus and lively acidity.
Meiomi Sparkling, California $22.99, – Crisp and luscious with aromas of tropical fruits and pear.
Conundrum Sparkling Rose, California , $22.99 – Flavors of nectarine, mango and hints of citrus and flower, finish is long and bright.
Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Blue Champagne, France, $29.99 – Rich and creamy, lemon meringue and honey flavors.
Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Rose Champagne, France, $42.99 – Fruit forward flavors of ripe raspberry and cherry, with fresh ginger and blood orange accents. A lively wine.
Bollanger Brut Special Cuvee Champagne, France, $64.99 – This speaks James Bond. A rich and smoky champagne, with hints of marzipan and honey malt, focused with intense acidity.
Billecart Salmon Brut Rose Champagne, France, $79.99 – Light pink in color, crisp acidity and chalky, with strawberry and rose flavors, yet full bodied with amazing length and beauty.
Krug Grand Cuvee Champagne, France, $199.97 – Complex with honey, notes of hazelnut toasted bread, nougat and hints of apple, exceptional finish in the mouth with fine and elegant bubbles.
Armand de Brignac Blanc de Blanc Champagne, France, $599.97 – A spectacular bubbly with flavors of citrus and toast, pure and clean, produced exclusively from Chardonnay.