Sparkling Drinks to Celebrate the New Year

Fizzy cocktails to ring in the New Year! Champagne, prosecco, and sparkling apple ciders are the basis of these special drinks.
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Pop! The sound of a bottle of bubbly getting uncorked is a sure sign it's time to celebrate. Think beyond basic bubbly and craft one of these cocktails for your New Year's Eve party or New Year's Day brunch.

French 75: Gin, lemon and sparkling wine are the notes in this classic cocktail.

Cranberry Kir Royale: This beautiful pink drink (pictured up top) looks as special as it tastes.

Pink SHAMpagne: Who says bubbly needs alcohol? This flavorful, festive drink gets fizz from sparkling apple cider and raspberry seltzer.

Blood Orange Campari Prosecco Cocktail: Fresh blood orange juice and campari give this drink a brilliant orange hue.

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Bellini Bar: If you have a New Year's brunch, a bellini bar is the perfect way to offer your guests a DIY cocktail.

Cranberry, Orange and Prosecco: Pretty, easy and festive, these cocktails are a must-try.

Spiced Orange Mimosas: A wintery twist on the classic mimosa.

Amaretto Sour with Prosecco: Giada's sparkling amaretto sour is the perfect combo of sweet and tart.

Prosecco Gold Rush: Strong and golden, these cocktails will bring the party.

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