We put together this handy champagne guide so it'll be easier for you to pick the perfect bottle for New Year's Eve. Whether you're cheers-ing with all your friends - or just you and your dog - you're sure to find something you like on this list. These also work for mimosas the next day (you're welcome).
These bottles of bubbly are made exclusively with white grapes, which gives them both of the blancs in the name. The flavor is crisp and acidic, and it also pairs well with cheese.
Mumm Napa is an internationally renowned winery and their Brut Prestige is popular due to its lightness, high quality, and aromas of melon and citrus.
Yes, we know that a bottle can only be called champagne if it's made in Champagne. So Proseccos aren't technically champagne, but they can be just as delicious. This one has a fruity finish with hints of apple and white peach.
Okay, hear us out: canned champagne can actually be good. This one from Underwood has notes of citrus and apple. Plus the sound of cracking open a can is just as satisfying as a pop. And, it's way easier!
Mionetto is another Italian Prosecco. This one has notes of aromatic notes of golden apple, white peach, and honey.