Bev Mo Champagne Guide

Nothing says celebrate like a glass of Champagne, especially for New Year’s Eve, so we’re sharing all the ins and outs of our favorite type of sparkle. For the record, only bubbly produced in the Champagne region of France can be properly labeled Champagne, but you can get Champagne-style sparkling wines made everywhere from California to Australia. No matter what the occasion is, we’ll help you navigate your choices to find just the right tiny bubbles with our New Year’s Eve Champagne Guide, sponsored by BevMo!.

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Champagne 101: How to Buy the Perfect Bottle

Prepare to raise a glass with our Champagne buying guide!



Lemon Drop Champagne Cocktail

Vodka and lemons add a refreshing twist to a classic champagne cocktail.


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Say Cheers to This Bubbly Bar

All that glitters is gold at this awards viewing party Champagne bar.


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Full Moon Champagne Cocktail

Moonshine with a splash of champagne makes for a folksy cocktail with a touch of elegance.


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Go for the Gold with These DIY Sparkly Bottles

Double the sparkle when you decorate sparkling Champagne or wine bottles with glitter. Check out our super easy DIY.


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Chandon Rum and Honey Champagne Cocktail

This soothing and sweet champagne cocktail goes rogue with the addition of racy absinthe.


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Chambord Sparkling Champagne Cocktail

Gin, champagne, and Chamord? Indeed. This festive champagne cocktail will get your party started.


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New Year’s Eve Printables

To make your New Year’s Eve party prep easy and affordable, we’ve put together a FREE printable drink menu, bar sign,


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Whiskey Champagne Cocktail

Our bourbon champagne cocktail kicks the traditional New Year’s Eve cocktail up a few party notches.


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DIY Marble-Dipped Stemware

Dress up your New Year's Eve stemware with this quick DIY!