Your Guide to Sparkling Wines for the New Year

Last year when I wrote this, the premise was all about celebrating the upcoming year of 2020. If only I’d known! So this year I’ve decided to focus on which sparkling wines are best for celebrating getting the heck out of 2020 and not looking back…

The “Does it taste good? Does it have alcohol in it? I’m in.” Sparkling Wines
Hey, sometimes you just need something easy and inexpensive that will get the job done.

Cielo D’or Brut (or Semi Seco for a touch of sweetness) – $10.99
Martini & Rossi Asti Spumante – $11.99
La Marca Prosecco – $12.99
Gemma di Luna Prosecco – $12.99
Andre (Brut, Cold Duck, Moscato, Spumante) – $5.99

The “Non-traditional instruction is finished and it’s time for Winter Break!” Sparkling Wines
When you know you’ve earned something nicer, but you ALSO know one bottle won’t do.

Collalto Prosecco – $16.99
Chandon Brut Rosé – $19.99
La Petite Marquis Cremant Brut (also in a Rose) – 15.99 

The “Well, we can’t have people over so we might as well drink better” Sparkling Wines
Family and friends are staying home. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t spend the same money you would have, right?”

Jean Richecourt Demi Sec – $34.99
Luc Belaire Luxe Cuvee (or Luxe Rosé) – $29.99
Laurent Perrier Brut Cuvee – $49.99

The “Treat Yo’self!” Sparkling Wines
Don’t we all deserve it after this year?

Laurent Perrier Brut Rosé – $84.99
Lacourte Godbillon Millesime 2012 – $59.99

The “YOLO” Sparkling Wines
Because you can’t take it with you…

Dom Perignon – 189.99
Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame Rosé – $349.99

And there you have it—everything you need to forget what in the world the last 365 days were. On to 2021!

Cheers,
Brian Price
Liquor Barn Wine Buyer

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