Now that Christmas has come and gone, everyone is moving on to the next holiday only days away.
The traditional best way to ring in a new year is to toast with a glass of bubbly champagne. Like most alcohol, prices vary from high to low and the price is based on where the grapes were grown.
Chad Lynn, the beverage manager at Winerak said, "region of where it is made for one. For two, the champagne maker itself is who develops the eliteness of the particular champagne. The particular grapes have to be grown in the Champagne region of France to be considered a true champagne, otherwise it is considered a sparkling wine."
While the true champagnes are more expensive Winerak has plenty of options for any New Year's Eve budget.
"Typically the true champagnes run fifty dollars a bottle and up to seventeen hundred dollars for a trilogy set. But there are some lower level, $7.99, $8.99 up to $15-$16.99, that are just as good, they are just not grown in that particular region to make them the elite champagnes." said Lynn.
Winerak's inventory has been stocked for the past few weeks and are prepared to help steady traffic find the perfect Champagne for their price range and taste preference.