Best bubbles for closing out 2021 and bringing in 2022? We’ve got them here, from Champagne to prosecco, crémant to cava, and lots in-between. Cheers! —Catherine Dunwoody
Dom Pérignon Rosé Vintage 2006 Lady Gaga ($330) is like sipping stars, plus every purchase supports the Born This Way Foundation.
Lar de Plata Cava from Spain ($16) has a crisp fresh bite, with notes of white flower and apple.
Wolfberger Crémant d’Alsace Rosé ($31) shows off French Pinot in the best bubbly way.
B.C.’s Road 13 Sparkling Chenin Blanc 2016 ($40) is crisp, citrusy and nice with popcorn on holiday movie night (yes, we will be watching Love Actually again this year).
Vini Tonon Magia Fiore Rosso Spumante Dolce ($23) is fun and festive: an Italian sparkling red perfect with dessert, plus a pretty bottle, too.
Lanson Le Black Label Brut ($66) is a confident French Champagne lovely with shellfish or (a box of) chocolates.
Mionetto Prosecco Rosé ($20 at Legacy), from Italy, is extra dry and nice with risotto, also from Italy.
Limited-edition Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame x Yayoi Kusama 2012 ($256) is a collab with the renowned Japanese artist and a tribute to Madame Clicquot, a.k.a., the Grande Dame of Champagne.
Chandon Brut Rosé ($34) is a California sparkling that never disappoints, especially in this creamy pink.
Luc Belaire France Bleu ($41) is not only a French cuvée with notes of fresh berries and tropical fruits, but truly a blue bubble (boom, there’s your next party trick).