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10 Sparkling Wines Under $40 for New Year’s Eve


The United States, Spain, Italy, France, Australia, New Zealand, and many other countries produce quality sparkling wines within a broad range of styles, prices, and production methods. Whether you’re hosting, going out, or attending a party, this list will help you ring in the new year with a sparkling wine that won’t break the bank.

Affordable Sparkling Wines

Here are 10 reasonably priced sparkling wine options that are widely available for your New Year’s Eve celebrations.

  • La Marca Di Conegliano Valdobbiadene Prosecco (Trevisio, Italy) – Light and crisp with a pleasant dry finish that’s citrusy and fresh ($12).
  • Barcino Belle Epoque Cava NV (Penedes, Spain) – Light-bodied, zesty and bright bubbly with citrus and pear flavors ($13).
  • Gruet Blanc de Blancs NV (New Mexico) – Tiny, lively bubbles with baked-bread aromas and green apple/citrus flavors ($19).
  • Mumm Napa Brut Reserve NV (Napa Valley, CA) – Toasted-bread and nutty aromas with a rich and creamy mouthfeel and ripe apple/pear flavors, as well as some vanilla notes ($20).
  • Schramsberg Mirabelle Brut Rosé (Napa Valley, CA) – Nice yeasty aromas and juicy fruit flavors ($21).
  • Pierre Sparr Crémant D’Alsace Brut Rosé (Alsace, France) – Festive pink with strawberry flavors and a hint of citrus flavors ($22).
  • Nicolas Feuillatte Brut Reserve (Reims, France) – Creamy mousse texture with lovely Asian pear flavors ($35).
  • Laurent-Perrier Brut NV (Champagne, France) – Elegant wine with dry, velvety texture, baked bread aromas and citrusy flavors. Great as an aperitif ($37).
  • Louis Roederer’s NV Brut Premier (Reims, France) – Toasted bread flavors on this elegant, well-balanced Champagne ($39).
  • Champagne Gatinois Brut Rosé Grand Cru NV (Champagne, France) – Deep salmon colored in the glass, this Champagne offers strawberry and dried cherry flavors and is very food friendly ($39).

Suggested Wine Shops

Here are some of our favorite New Jersey wine shops.

Amanti Vino – Montclair

Bottle King – Multiple locations statewide

Gary’s Wine & Marketplace – Bernardsville, Madison, and Wayne

Joe Canal’s – Multiple locations in South Jersey

Princeton Corkscrew – Princeton

Sterling Fine Wines – Sterling

Tewksbury Fine Wine & Spirits – Oldwick

Wine Library – Springfield

Happy New Year!

Veronique

Editor’s note: Prices may vary.