Often called splits, these small bottles of Champagne and other sparkling wine are just over one 6-ounce (187mL) glass of wine each, making them the perfect addition to your next gathering, gift exchange, or shower. The petite packaging makes these bottles versatile and keeps the wine inside fresh for each and every glass. Their compact size also makes these baby bottles perfect for quick-chilling and drinking on the go. Competitive pricing allows wine drinkers to experiment with different regions and styles of wine without committing to the big-bottle price.
Pick an assortment of these ten tiny tipples for your next party or event, whether it's a shower showcasing a mimosa bar, a holiday party with a big toast, or a gift exchange in need of a sparkling stocking stuffer.
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Moët & Chandon Impérial Brut NV
Average price: $16
This true Champagne from powerhouse producers Moet & Chandon is a delightful expression of rich toast notes and crisp citrus perfect for clinking glasses to the new year. The classic gold and black packaging is festive and glittery making this personal-sized bottle the prime pairing for a special evening.
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La Marca Prosecco
Average price: $7
La Marca's classic Prosecco is an Italian take on affordable bubbly. The delightful blue package makes this wine festive and appropriate for a range of events, including baby and wedding shower mimosa bars. Fresh, bright, and effortlessly citrusy, this wine is a no-brainer for entertaining, especially for newer wine drinkers.
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Banfi Rosa Regale Sparkling Red
Average Price: $6
This deep-red bubbly produced from the Banfi portfolio is made from the Brachetto grape. It's a sweet, juicy take on the sparkling category built for desserts and cocktail-making. Notes of ripe raspberry, rose petal, and hints of cocoa powder make this wine perfect for sweeter pairings and an array of entertaining situations.
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Freixenet Cordon Negro Cava Brut
Average price: $5
This structured Spanish Cava in its iconic matte black bottle is sleek and sophisticated. The etched glass makes the package perfect for embellishing with paint markers or other decoration, and the wine inside is bright with stone fruit flavors and crisp minerality. Dry and tart, this wine pairs well with an array of foods.Continue to 5 of 10 below.
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Domaine Chandon Rosé NV
Average price: $9
This Californian take on a French classic is produced in the same "Methode Traditionnelle" that made Champagne famous. This dry rosé take on domestic bubbly features Pinot Noir and Chardonnay working in harmony to produce a fruity yet dry and toasty sparkling wine. The elegant and traditional package makes this little split a lovely addition to gift baskets and bundles.
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Bosca Verdi Spumante
Average price: $4
This classic sparkler from the Asti region of Italy is semi-sweet and fruity with notes of ripe pear and and juicy peaches alongside hints of fresh flowers. Due to its slightly sweeter profile, it pairs perfectly with desserts and is a prime choice for end-of-event toasts featuring cake.
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Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée Brut NV
Average price: $15
This traditional Champagne house, founded in 1812, packs elegance and sophistication into a petite 187mL format. Driven by Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, and Pinot Meunier, the wine showcases tart citrus, crisp mineral notes, and finishes with a rich biscuity flavor. This bottling of their entry tier "La Cuvée" Brut wine is a miniature version of the same classic but fetching packaging.
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Ruffino Sparkling Rosé
Average price: $8
Fresh and fragrant, this rosé relies on the traditional Glera (Prosecco) grape blended with Pinot Noir. Dry but juicy, this wine has notes of fresh strawberry and melon with a clean, zesty finish. The clear bottle showcases the vibrant pink wine and the blush label makes this package perfect for a bridal or baby shower.Continue to 9 of 10 below.
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Korbel California Champagne Brut
Average price: $4
Korbel is one of the only domestic producers of sparkling wine that has the legal ability to call its sparkling wine Champagne, and understandably so. As one of California's oldest wineries (established in 1882), its high-quality sparkling wines are based on Chardonnay. Medium-dry with rich ripe fruits such as pear and green apple, this wine finishes clean with hints of toast.
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Nicolas Feuillatte "1/4" Brut NV
Average price: $15
This true French Champagne cheekily labeled "1/4" (as it contains one fourth of a "regular" bottle) is a classic. Toasty and rich with a bone-dry finish, this wine is comprised mostly of Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier giving it a richer, red fruit profile with hints of red florals and hazelnut. It's delightful for pairing with food or to enjoy as an aperitif.