It’s a longstanding tradition to drink champagne on New Year’s Eve or to toast with bubbly during any celebration. The welcoming of 2017 will be no exception, especially after all the hardships and obstacles faced during 2016, and the sparkling adult drink will most likely be free flowing throughout the night at many venues hosting New Year’s Eve parties. But folks spending the holiday at home don’t have to miss out on all the fizzy fun because there are several tasty brands that are just perfect for ringing in the new year.

Check out a list of the best champagnes to serve on New Year’s Eve, no matter the budget, below:

Segura Viudas Brut Cava NV: Produced in the Penedès region of Spain, this cava isn’t nearly at nutty as most French champagnes, but it’s just as good, offering dry and citrusy notes. Not to mention, it’s an unbeatable price at $9 a pop.

Mionetto Prosecco Brut: For celebrants on a budget, Mionetto offers a well-balanced acidity with a finish so crisp and clean, no one would ever guess it only cost about $12 a bottle. The light straw color features bright yellow highlights that are sure to keep the flutes shimmering well past midnight.

Oudinot Cuvée Brut: Even the biggest champagne critics can enjoy this light and refined champagne, which features fruity, floral and creamy notes reminiscent of its subtle and fresh texture. Bottles usually run around $32.

G.H. Mumm & Cie Carte Classique Extra Dry: For party-goers looking to bring in 2017 in a bold way, this $58 champagne will provide drinkers with a classic, bold and rich experience. Tasting notes include hints of exotic fruits and floral attributes, leaving drinkers with a fresh and subtle sweetness in the finish.

Veuve Clicquot Yellow Label Brut: Kick off the new year with this fantastic champagne, which blends nearly 60 grape varietals to produce a delicate taste and fruity aromas of peach, Mirabelle plum, pear and vanilla for $55 a bottle.

Sparkling Pointe 2007 Brut Seduction: A taste of fancy that anyone can enjoy no matter one's palate, the luxurious cuvée, hailing from Long Island, New York, is deep gold in color with effervescent, tiny bubbles exuding traits of wild berry and floral aromas. Bottles are $72.

Perrier-Jouet Belle Epoque 2007: If the floral painting on the body isn’t enough to get the party started, then the floral aromas and exquisite bubbles that guests will surely guzzle down is more than enough reason for this easy-to-drink, soft-pressed Chardonnay cuvée to get a spot at the house party bar. While the champagne, hailing from Cramant grand cru vineyards is on the pricier side – bottles start about $120 – its expensive taste is worth every penny.