If your biggest champagne problem is that you literally cannot afford champagne (you know, the bubbly grape juice that comes from Champagne, France), you’ve found your people.

But because everyone deserves to feel their fanciest without spending literally a week’s worth of mac ‘n cheese on ONE single bottle, affordable sparkling wines exists. Here, actually good brands that cost less than $30 a bottle. These are all best served chilled, unlike you when the beat drops. Bottoms up, baby!

Non-Vintage Sparkling Wine From NM

GRUET $14.99

This crisp, full-bodied Brut from New Mexico—who knew?—is a favorite affordable sparkler of those in the know: Wine Spectator and Tasting Panel both grade it in the low 90s (out of 100), an impressive rating for the price.

Sparkling Wine from AustriaSZIGETI

SZIGETI $21.99

For a bottle that stands out (in a good way) from other sparkling wines, reach for this unique Grüner Veltliner from Austria. Its bubbles are fine and its flavor is mellow—but intriguing—thanks to delightful peppery notes.

Non-Vintage Sparkling Wine from CA

DOMAINE CHANDON$17.99

This reliable pick from Northern California is a crisp blend of Chardonnay and Pinot Noir, with notes of tart of apple and citrus.

Sparkling wine from Australia

JANSZ $26.99

With its cool climate, the Australian island of Tasmania is known for its elegant, affordable sparkling wines, including this one, which has a texture and mouthfeel similar to traditional Champagne.

Vintage Sparkling Wine from CA

FRANCIS FORD COPPOLA $16.98

Sorry, you’re not related to the Coppolas, but you can sip this slightly sweet sparkler named after Sofia. The label is as chic as she is.

Non-Vintage Sparkling Wine from Spain

JUVE Y CAMPS $17.99

Juve Y Camps wines are regularly served at banquets for Spain’s royal family. And this smooth, slightly herbaceous cava helps explain why.

Prosecco from Italy

ZARDETTO $16.99

This sparkler, from the Conegliano hills outside of Venice, is wallet-friendly and easy to drink with a medium body and soft bubbles.

Canned Rosé from the U.S.

HOUSE WINE $4.99

Stick a straw in this cute matte pink can, and you’re good to go anywhere (or just stay at home). The sparkling rosé is refreshing and slightly fruity.

Sparkling Wine from NorCal

MEIOMI $26.99

Made with Pinot Noir and Chardonnay from California’s North coast, this sparkling wine is delightfully subtle and crisp. It’ll be the perfect match for that charcuterie board at your party.

Sparkling Wine from South Africa

SIMONSIG $24.99

This dry rosé hails from Stellenbosch, South Africa and blends the country’s unique Pinotage grape with Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier.

Sparkling wine from Cali

ROEDERER ESTATE $24.99

In 1981, the prestigious Louis Roederer Champagne house started making wine in California’s Anderson Valley. With a slight buzz, you can imagine that this crisp, elegantly packaged Brut is actually Cristal, the French champagne Roederer is famous for.

Sparkling Wine from Northern Italy

ROTARI $18.98

Everyone thinks of Prosecco when it comes to Italian sparkling wines, but this Northern Italy rosé is actually made using the Champagne method, which utilizes Pinot Noir and Chardonnay grapes and follows a special fermentation practice. The product is a complex Brut that pairs well with food.

Non-Vintage Sparking Wine from Spain

CODORNIU $13.99

This affordable cava from Catalonia is drinkable with just about any kind of food, making it the ideal wine pairing for a long, boozy dinner with friends.

Sparkling Wine from Italy

STELLA ROSA $18.99

Sweet wines aren’t for everyone, but if you don’t find them too cloying, give this intriguing Italian sparkling red a try.

Non-Vintage Sparkling Wine from Prosecco, Italy

LAMARCA $14.99

If you’re trying to have a bottle to yourself (we support you), this is the one that’ll have you feeling real good with its clean flavor and hints of honey and white flowers. 

Non-Vintage Sparkling Wine from South Africa

GRAHAM BECK $17.99

A wallet-friendly champ from South Africa will give you just the right amount of bubbles without being too aggressively sparkly on your palette. 

Non-Vintage Sparkling Wine from France

FRANCOIS MONTAND $12.99

So, yeah, it’s literally gold-colored, my friends! After all your hard work this year, you deserve to treat yourself to a bottle fit for a queen and aromas of FRESH BAKED bread (?!) and apples. 

Non-Vintage Sparkling Wine from California

KORBEL $14.99

You probably popped this bad boy at your 21st birthday, TBH, which is exactly why you should ring in the new year with it too! Its notes of white peaches and pears will be the freshest way to start 2020.

Sparkling Wine from Italy

SANTA MARGHERITA $29.99

This bottle may be the prettiest thing you’ll ever purchase with a price tag your bank account won’t mind. With its grandeur exterior, this Italian sparkler will also give your taste buds a refined flavor of mixed berries.

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