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.
Cranberry Kir Royales

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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.

Bellini bar

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Matt Armendariz, Â 2013, Television Food Network, G.P. All Rights Reserved

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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