Which sparkling wine best fits your party personality?

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When it is time to celebrate, sparkling wine is popped. While many people have learned to appreciate that not all sparkling wine is champagne, the reality is that prosecco, cava and others are effervescent options that entice just as much as that French variety. So, if any bottle can be chilled, which sparkling wine seems to fit your party personality?

Vera Wang Party Prosecco

From the bottle’s design to the prosecco inside, Vera Wang Party Prosecco is about standing out in a crowd. Whether it is momentous occasions or just any reason to celebrate, this sparkling wine makes and entrance and captivates at every pour.

The Vera Wang Party Prosecco is quite approachable even though it appears elevated. From the first aromas of apples and stone fruit to the citrus forward finish, the softness makes it a beverage that is delightful from the start of the party to the end of the night.

Put on that little black dress, strappy heals and be the center of attention with a bottle of Vera Wang Party Prosecco.

Moët & Chandon

Considered an iconic champagne, Moët & Chandon never disappoints. While there are various varietals within the brand, the Impérial Brut is a timeless classic that is the sophisticated sip that everyone will appreciate.

For those unfamiliar, the Impérial Brut has intense green apple and citrus notes. While there is some minerality and a subtle white flower, the elevated champagne is one that never disappoints.

Segura Viudas Reserva Heredad Cava

For people looking to bring a little flare to an event, the historic Segura Viudas Reserva Heredad is a premium cava that is as enticing as a French champagne. With over 800 years of history behind the brand, this Cava has unexpected layers of flavor that implore drinkers to contemplate each sip.

The flavors in the Reserva Heredad have a touch of unexpected. With a slight smokey note and a little bready biscuit, the cava evolves to reveal some honey, a little fruitiness and even a touch of floral. It is time to discover this cava.

Della Vite Prosecco Treviso D.O.C

A name that might not be on the tip of everyone’s tongue, this prosecco can be enjoyed on its own as well as incorporated into cocktails. The unexpected touch of olive with citrus blossom allows it to transform in many ways. With notes of jasmine and lavender, there is a hint of exotic, too.

Martini & Rossi Sparkling Rosé

One of the more well-known, yet affordable, sparkling wines is Martini & Rossi Sparkling Rosé. A staple during the holiday season, the rose is different from the traditional semi-sweet wine from this Italian wine maker.

The sparkling rose is quite dry. As a light option, the flavor has a broad appeal. Plus, who doesn’t love to have some pink bubbles at a celebration.

Josh Cellars Prosecco

Sometimes people choose a wine because of the wine maker’s story. Many people resonate with the Josh Cellars brand and will choose its prosecco for a celebration.

The versatility and price point make this prosecco a great choice for a party. While slightly sweet, the pear, citrus and green apple flavors make the sparkling wine crisp and refreshing.

La Marca Prosecco

A staple in many people’s wine fridge, the La Marca Prosecco never disappoints. From the single serving bottles to adding some effervescence to a cocktail, there is always a reason to pop a bottle or two.

The hint of honey in this prosecco brings just the right amount of sweetness. Layering in citrus and even a few floral notes, this prosecco can go from appetizer course to dessert.

Santa Margherita

Another classic wine brand, Santa Margherita prosecco has a touch more tropical fruit notes than other sparkling wines. While the Rennet apples pair perfectly with the Glera grapes, it is the pineapple that sets this prosecco apart.

Although a touch sweet, the prosecco is crisp and dry. Overall, it is an easy drinking option that is sure to appease a crowd.

Usual Brut

Sometimes you want just a glass of sparkling wine. Since Usual is a single serve wine, the Usual Brut makes it an easy choice for those wanting single serve options.

The elderflower and lemon in this sparkling wine will have everyone doing a double take. For a slightly more modern take on sparkling wine, Usual Brut is the bottle to pop open.


Made from 100% Chardonnay grapes, the Ruinart has an “aromatic freshness” that sets it apart from others. Although many people appreciate the tropical notes and citrus flavors, the lingering spice from ginger and cardamon is the flavor that brings people back.

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With so many bottles on the shelf, picking a sparkling wine doesn’t require a sommelier certification. Whether picked based on the bottle, the region or something else, there is always a reason to enjoy those bubbles.