Bubbly on a Budget: Money-Saving Tips for Buying Champagne

Never fear - you don't have to splurge on Dom Perignon to celebrate in style. Check out our roundup of fabulous, cheap champagne and sparkling wine that won't bust your budget (11 Photos)

Maggie Shi on Dec 27, 2012 at 10:21AM

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Bubbly on a Budget: Money-Saving Tips for Buying Champagne

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Italian Bubbly

There are many sparkling wines, particularly from the U.S., Italy and Spain, that provide plenty of pop, bubbles and flavor without the big price tag. Increasingly common in restaurants and wine stores, prosecco is a great option. Made from a grape of the same name from Northern Italy, these sparklers tend to be dry and fruity and often cost under $20 a bottle. Geniesse recommends his best-selling Nino Franco Rustico, which currently retails for $17 at his shop. "It's a great wine for that [price point] and we sell a ton of it," he says.

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