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Champagne Glasses vs Flutes infographic by Wine Folly

Champagne Glasses vs Flutes infographic by Wine Folly [WARNING: the "coupe" glass is a snare and a delusion, and fit only for spilling cheap "Champagne" on New Year's Eve!

Mimosa Punch!!!!! Let me say it again.....Mimosa Punch!!!! Yippee:) Orange Juice, Ginger Ale, Grand Marnier and Champagne..perfect for Christmas morning.

Yippee:) Orange Juice, Ginger Ale, Grand Marnier and Champagne.perfect for Christmas morning. Hankinson we should make this or mimosa for christmas morning. just sayin

Easy, all-occasion champagne punch...so delicious!!!

all-occasion punch. All-Occasion Punch (makes one punch-bowl-sized batch) 1 c. fresh lime juice (around limes, usually) 1 c. ginger syrup 1 750 ml bottle of gin 2 liters ginger ale 15 or so dashes of Angostura Bitters Lime slices, for garnish

DIY glitter bottles and Bubbles For My Bitches tags - so cute!

Here we show you exactly how to glitter champagne or wine bottles - the right way. Including what supplies to use and our FREE Bubbles for My Bitches tags!

Believe it or not, not all bubbly is created equal. Two commonly confused sparkling wines are Champagne and Prosecco. Key differences include the region, flavor profiles, and price. Use our helpful infographic to tell these two sparkling wines apart. #infographic

Champagne and prosecco are both effervescent wines that taste dry rather than sweet. Champagne can only be produced in the Champagne region of France, while prosecco must be made in the Veneto region of Italy.

19 Champagne Cocktails to Serve at Your Bridal Shower via Brit + Co

Blackberry Thyme Sparkler: There's still time to round up ingredients for a showstopping New Year's cocktail, so hit the market for some fresh blackberries and thyme sprigs to float in this rosy Champagne flute, complete with gold sugar rim.