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23 Best Champagne Cocktails for Any Occasion

Champagne cocktails are the most elegant and attractive cocktails imaginable. And they work well for just about every occasion – formal or otherwise. 

Looking for drinks for New Year’s Eve or Christmas? How about a 21st birthday party or engagement dinner?

No matter what you’re celebrating, Champagne cocktails are the answer! 

Peach Bellini Mimosas with Champagne in Flute Glasses Garnished with Peach Slices
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Champagne Cocktails & Drink Recipes

Prosecco is great and all. But there’s something so special about popping a bottle of bubbly.

It adds fancy flair your just don’t get with sparkling wine.

That said, some of the Champagne cocktails call for Prosecco. But really, they’re totally interchangeable! So, if you see Prosecco, substitute Champagne instead.

A glass of sparkling champagne garnished with lemon slices.
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1. Classic Champagne Cocktail

Are you looking for a sweet, bubbly drink for New Year’s Eve? This classic Champagne cocktail is the one you want.

It’s quick and easy and requires only Champagne, a sugar cube, Angostura bitters, and a lemon twist.

Best of all, it looks (and tastes) phenomenal. Just take a look at that flute glass – bubbles, bubbles everywhere!

Bubbly, raspberry-infused champagne cocktail with real raspberries on a glass.

2. Kir Royale

Who doesn’t love a crisp, tart cocktail that comes together in mere SECONDS? I know I do!

The Kir Royale is a bubbly, raspberry-infused delight with real raspberries in every Champagne flute!

It’s fruity and refreshing, with a slight bite to keep you on your toes. Despite its lovely appearance, it’s not overly sweet, either.

Pink and purple spritz champagne cocktail on  wine glasses with orange peel garnish.
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3. Empress Gin French 75

This stunning pink and purple spritz looks like a colorful sunset over the sea. I am absolutely in love with it from appearance alone.

Seriously, this cocktail is Instagram-worthy!

Its remarkable appearance should be enough to make you love it. If it isn’t, though, its strong, sweet, citrus taste will be.

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Apple cider mimosa cocktails on gold sprinkles rimmed glasses.
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4. Apple Cider Mimosa

Apple cider mimosas.

Let me say that again for those of you in the back.

Apple. Cider. Mimosas.

I don’t know who invented them, but that person deserves all the awards and medals.

If you’re addicted to fall flavors like I am, this is the only drink you’ll need. You’ll love it, and your party guests will, too!

Red punch with fresh cranberries, orange slices, and rosemary.
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5. Christmas St-Germain Spritz

Also known as the Poinsettia Spritz Punch, this drink is perfect for your holiday party.

It features an intoxicating (pun totally intended) blend of St. Germain, vodka, Champagne, and cranberry juice.

Add some fresh cranberries, orange slices, and rosemary to serve, and it’ll look as good as it tastes.

Two glasses of red orangey champagne cocktail with ice garnished with lemon peel.
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6. Negroni Sbagliato

Are you a fan of the crisp, biting Negroni? If so, you’ll love its lighter, more playful cousin, the Negroni Sbagliato.

It features primarily the same ingredients. However, instead of gin, you’ll add Champagne or Prosecco.

It’s a nice, festive little touch that also makes the drink less potent. Perfect for when you want to feel good without going overboard.

Orange mimosa margarita served in salt-rimmed flute glasses.
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7. Mimosa Margarita

Mimosa Margaritas are tart, tangy, and right on the border of being sour. In short, they’re pretty great.

These hybrid Champagne cocktail recipes are for those who like to turn brunch into more of a party.

To make these bright cocktails, you’ll need a few things. (Triple sec, tequila, lime juice, Champagne, orange juice, and fruit slices.)

Serve them in flute glasses, and get the party started.

Blue cocktails served in sugar-rimmed wine glasses.
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8. Tiffany Mimosa

If you love the insanely, almost ultraviolet blue hue of Blue Curacao, this is the cocktail for you.

Plus, it’s tartly sweet and looks like a million bucks!

It has a lemonade and Champagne base. Then, you’ll add a bit of blue curacao, honey, and sugar sprinkles for the rim.

It’s one drink that’ll wow the whole crowd. It’s the perfect New Year’s Eve cocktail!

Cosmopolitan spritz on cocktail glass garnished with lime wheel.
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9. Cosmopolitan Spritz

The Cosmo is the ultimate girl’s night out drink. Want to know how to make it even better? Add Champagne to give it some sparkle!

It features the same great taste as the original Cosmo but is much more attractive and eye-catching.

You won’t find many people who won’t appreciate this one.

Two glasses of peach Bellini cocktails and a peach on a table.

10. Peach Bellini

There’s nothing quite like the frothy, tongue-tingling top of a Peach Bellini. It’s a thick, fruity cocktail with plenty of peach and raspberry flavor.

The recipe calls for Prosecco. As I’ve already mentioned, you can easily substitute your favorite bottle of Champagne instead.

Iced ginger cocktail on a glass garnished with lime slices.
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11. Pear Ginger Champagne Cocktail

Looking for a cocktail that’ll liven up your table? You can’t beat the pear ginger Champagne cocktail.

You won’t believe how much flavor you can pack into four simple ingredients. You’ll need Champagne, pears and pear nectar, ginger beer, and ginger brandy.

Together, they make a sweetly spiced, impossible-to-resist winter cocktail.

Pomegranate cocktail filled with ice, garnished with fresh pomegranate arils and slices.
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12. Citrus Pomegranate Champagne Smash

When it comes to New Year’s Eve cocktails, you can’t really beat this one. Everything about it practically screams “FESTIVE!”

Its color, its bubbles, and even its garnishes are party-perfect. And the flavor is on point.

You may not think pomegranate, mint, orange, and ginger would pair well together. But they most certainly do. This one is definitely a keeper.

Cocktail served on wine glasses garnished with apple slices, cranberries, star anise and cinnamon stick.
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13. Holiday Champagne Punch

If you need Christmas drinks all your guests will love, try this holiday Champagne punch. It’s easy to make and full of festive holiday flavors.

It’s also delightfully fruit-heavy.

There are apples, pears, cranberries, and apple juice! Mix those with Champagne, cinnamon sticks, and ginger ale, and voila!

It’s the perfect holiday punch that’ll please even the pickiest crowd.

Strawberry champagne served on a lemon salt rimmed-margarita glasses garnished with fresh strawberry.
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14. Strawberry Champagne Margaritas

Want to know the only thing better than a strawberry Margarita?

A strawberry Champagne Margarita! And better than that? That same drink, only stuffed with fresh mint and chunky pieces of chilled fruit!

This drink is sweet, tangy, salty, and perfect. It hits almost every taste bud on your tongue and leaves you with a delightful buzz after just one.

A glass of Black Velvet beer with foam in it.
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15. Black Velvet

It’s hard to believe Guinness beer and Champagne could make such a rich, tasty combination. But they do.

Give it a try, and you’ll see what I mean.

The Black Velvet gets its name from its luscious, velvety texture and stunning hue.

Boasting a complex taste profile, it’s an easy way to transform a humble glass of beer. It’s both refreshing and luxurious.

Refreshing blackberry margarita adorned with fresh mint leaves and juicy blackberries.
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16. Blackberry Champagne Mule

First and foremost, you’ll love this drink because it’s strikingly beautiful.

However, you’ll also love its taste. Especially if you prefer cocktails with spicier, less sweet flavors.

The Champagne lends some sweetness to the Mule. But the blackberries’ tartness and the lime’s tanginess balance that nicely.

Finally, the mint and ginger beer add another depth of fresh, earthy flavor. It’s an entirely unique but flavorful drink.

Caramel Apple Cider Mimosas in champagne flutes on a white table.
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17. Caramel Apple Mimosa

Caramel apple Mimosas may look like regular Mimosas, but their taste is 100% different.

These are excellent options for any fall get-together.

The caramel sauce, brown sugar, and cinnamon on the rim add a rich, sweet, spiced tingle to every sip. And the caramel apple flavor is exceptionally good.

If fall flavors are your favorite, there’s nothing about this drink you won’t love.

Three glasses of red wine with a sprig of rosemary at holiday parties.
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18. Poinsettia Cocktail

This vibrantly red cocktail is the Christmas (or New Year’s Eve!) cocktail you didn’t know you needed.

You can whip it up in just 3 minutes with only three ingredients. (Orange liqueur, cranberry juice, and Champagne.)

Garnish the Champagne flute with fresh cranberries and a sprig of rosemary. Then, sit back and let the compliments roll in.

Two glasses of refreshing Aperol spritz, an Italian cocktail, placed on a rustic wooden cutting board.
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19. Aperol Spritz

If you’ve ever visited Italy, you’ve probably seen the Aperol Spritz a lot. It’s been trending over there for the last few years, and for good reason!

Its brilliant, bright orange color is lovely. And its light, dry flavor is one almost no one can turn down.

If you’re looking for something cool and refreshing, you’ll need to try the Aperol Spritz.

Two glasses of orangey Tequila Sunrise Mimosa with a bottle of champagne.
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20. Tequila Sunrise Mimosa

This five-ingredient, 5-minute Mimosa features a beautiful, multi-color sunrise appearance. And equal parts tequila and Champagne!

Surprisingly, that combo is really good once you add the orange juice and grenadine.

It’s tangy with a light sweetness. The tequila comes through just enough to let you know it’s there.

It’s also a relatively strong drink. If you want to get tipsy quickly, this cocktail can get you there.

Pineapple mimosa topped with whip cream and fresh pineapple slice garnish.
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21. Pineapple Dole Whip Mimosa

The one thing that most Champagne cocktails are not is creamy. This delightful Pineapple Dole Whip Mimosa is the exception to the rule. 

It’s thick, creamy, and full of pineapple yumminess. It’ll have you dreaming of the beach and the waves crashing over your toes. 

A glass of lemonade cocktail  with berries and limoncello-infused lemons.
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22. Limoncello Champagne Cocktail

If you love the light brightness of lemon cocktails, you’ll appreciate this one. It’s wonderfully bubbly and overflowing with tart citrus flavor. 

It’s also deceptively strong once you add the optional gin or vodka. It’s the kind of drink that makes me break out one of my favorite phrases. 

It’s dangerously drinkable. 

A glass of cocktail garnished with a sprig of rosemary in a glass.
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23. Bourbon and Champagne Cocktail

Bourbon and Champagne aren’t two ingredients you often find together. It’s kind of like black and white or up and down.

They’re two distinctly opposing things.

But black and white make gray and up and down meet in the middle. So, too, do these two spirits combine to create something magical.

Just try it. You won’t believe me otherwise.

23 Best Champagne Cocktails

Course: DrinksCuisine: Italian


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Of all the Champagne cocktails out there, the classic Peach Bellini is one of my favorites. It’s gently sweet, bubbly, and delicious.


  • 4 ounces peach puree (see notes)

  • 8 ounces Prosecco

  • peach slices, mint, and raspberries, for garnish


  • Fill each Champagne flute 3/4 full of chilled peach puree. 
  • While slowly tilting the flute, slowly pour in the Prosecco. Gently mix to combine the two ingredients. 
  • Garnish with any desired garnishes, and enjoy! 


  • To prepare the peach puree, cut 8 medium-sized peaches in half. Remove and discard the pits, then dice the peaches into smaller-sized chunks. Blend in a blender until smooth. Chill for 30 minutes or longer.


  • Calories: 127kcal
  • Carbohydrates: 15g
  • Protein: 1g
  • Fat: 0g
  • Saturated Fat: 0g
  • Cholesterol: 0mg
  • Sodium: 0mg
  • Potassium: 285mg
  • Fiber: 2g
  • Sugar: 14g
  • Calcium: 0mg
  • Iron: 0mg
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NaTaya Hastings
NaTaya Hastings is a food and recipe writer for Insanely Good Recipes. She’s an educator, boy mom, dog mom, and whatever-stray-enters-the-yard mom. As a result, she's constantly cooking for both humans and animals.

Luckily, she enjoys it!

Though born, raised, and still living in Alabama, her specialty is NOT down-home Southern cooking. Instead, she loves to experiment with Asian, Mexican, Italian, and other ethnic cuisines. She has two mottos when it comes to cooking. “The more spice, the better!” and “There’s no such thing as too much garlic!”

She’s also pretty good with desserts. Especially the easy, no-bake ones.

Her favorite things are cuddling with her four giant dogs, traveling, reading, writing, and hanging out in nature. She’s also pretty excellent at Dominoes.

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