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How to have a bubbly new year

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The new year isn't far away, which means it's time to start planning what 'fizztive' bubbles you'll be drinking!

Luckily, student booze fave Aldi has got you covered with some new bottles which will have you ringing in the new year in style, all while saving you some pennies.

The soft sparkler: Zero Point Zero White (£2.49, 75cl)

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Let's get the non-alcoholic one out of the way first. This is a great alternative to traditional sparkling wine. With a combination of fermented grape juice, green tea, apple and pear, it's a pleasant drink for those who don't want a sore head on new year's day.

The party prosecco: Collezione Oro Prosecco DOCG (£8.99, 75cl)

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This Italian wine offers light floral notes, along with honeysuckle and pink lady apples. Crisp and dry, this prosecco goes great with a lemon cheesecake or any other citrus based pudding for the perfect balance of sweet and sharp flavours.

The award winner: Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut (£11.49, 75cl)

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A bestseller and the highly acclaimed award-winning wine from the Champagne house Philizot & Fils. Blended with a mix of chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot Meunier grapes. This wine is aged in cellars to create its unique taste.

The vintage vino: Veuve Monsigny Champagne 2004 (£19.99, 75cl)

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A rich and bready champagne, this is the perfect tipple for those looking for a more mature wine. Pair those bready notes with the quintessential English dessert bread and butter pudding, or for something a little fruitier, enjoy with an apple strudel for an indulgent treat.

The showstopper: Giotti Prosecco DOCG Jeroboam (£39.99, 3l)

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The most expensive bottle on this list, so you would probably be everyone's favourite guest if you turned up with this. Not to mention, it's a three-litre bottle! With hints of fresh citrus fruits and wisteria flower, the wine is delicate yet serious, with a refreshing acidity and soft sherbet taste.

Want more festive drinks in your life? Catch up with our Christmas cocktail round-up here

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