By Louis DeNicola, Cheapism.com
Nothing makes a New Year's Eve party pop like a steady supply of Champagne. But good luck finding true French Champagne for less than $20. With prices for the real thing reaching several hundred dollars a bottle, you could easily start 2013 with a nasty financial hangover. Luckily a number of other inexpensive sparkling wines can fill everyone's flutes without emptying your pocketbook. They come from places like Spain, Italy, and California, rather than the French region of Champagne, and many have good reputations for quality, taste, and value. Cheapism has rounded up nine bottles that will have you sipping pretty this holiday season, and for good measure, we flagged one that fails to impress.Celebrate New Year's with cheap champagne!
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- Roederer Estate Brut (starting at $20) is a California sparkling wine made from a classic mix of chardonnay and pinot noir grapes. It has caught the attention of a number of wine experts and consistently scores