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Royal wedding party drink ideas: The best fizz to celebrate the big day in style

Raise a glass to the happy couple

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Chloe Best
Lifestyle Features Editor
Updated: October 11, 2018
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Mirabeau La Folie

Raise a glass to Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank this weekend with our round-up of the best champagne and fizz to celebrate the royal wedding in style. From the best of British sparkling wines to budget buys that will set you back less than a tenner (but could be mistaken for tipples twice the price), there's something for all tastes and budgets here – as well as a limited edition beer for those who aren't a fan of wine. Click through the gallery for the full round-up…

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Mirabeau en Provence – La Folie:

What better way to celebrate the royal wedding than with a glass of Mirabeau's sparkling wine La Folie? This brings together flavours of red berries and grapefruit with a hint of spice for a refreshing and delicate drink. £12.99, available from Waitrose stores in the UK.

Black label lanson

Lanson Black Label Champagne

What better way to celebrate the big day than with a champagne that has the royal seal of approval? Lanson have been royal warrant holders for over 100 years, and this Black Label champagne is fresh, zesty and full of flavour. An elegant choice for your royal wedding celebrations. Available for £32 at Marks & Spencer.

Campo Viejo Cava

Campo Viejo Cava Brut:

If you prefer Cava to Prosecco, you'll love this offering from Campo Viejo. This traditional Spanish Cava is full of fruity flavour and a delicious alternative to other sparkling wines. RRP: £11.60, pick up a bottle at major retailers.

I Heart Prosecco

I Heart Prosecco:

Hosting a royal wedding party? You can’t go wrong with a bottle of I Heart Prosecco, which is an affordable yet delicious way for everyone to raise a toast to the happy couple. This extra dry Prosecco costs £7.25 a bottle and has acacia flower aromas, delicate apple and peach flavours. Cheers!

Nyetimber Brut Rose

Nyetimber Rose Brut:

Switch up classic champagne for this rose brut from Nyetimber, a fine English sparkling wine with red fruit flavours and a hint of spice. English sparkling wine is a favourite among the royals, so it’s the perfect choice for a royal wedding celebration! Available for £39.99 from Ocado.

Il Gusto

Il Gusto Sparkling Gold Cuvee:

What could be more regal than this stunning sparkling wine, which is enhanced with 22 carat gold? This bottle takes celebratory fizz to a whole new level, and is sure to be a talking point at your royal wedding party. It tastes as good as it looks, too, with a dry, fresh and crisp flavour. £31, available from and Amazon.

Prosecco cal Fondo

Prosecco Col Fondo DOC Organic Biodynamic:

Enjoy a glass of fizz or three without the hangover courtesy of this organic, bio-dynamic and natural prosecco. Made in the Veneto region of Italy, it is free from sulphites and other chemicals, so it doesn't give you the headache you may get from other drinks. £15.99,

Aldi Organic Prosecco

Aldi Organic Prosecco DOC 2017:

You can also find organic prosecco at your local Aldi supermarket. This fizz is said to be sweet and fruity, with notes of pear, green apple and honey notes – a refreshing choice for your royal wedding party. £7.99, available in Aldi stores nationwide and online.

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Lidl's Cremant de Bordeaux Brut:

If you're on a budget, you'll be hard-pushed to beat Lidl's Cremant de Bordeaux Brut, an award-winning sparkling wine that has been named one of the best in the world. The drink is said to be increasingly popular in the UK due to its "champagne-like dry, biscuity yet zesty finish to the sparkling wine – often more effervescent than Prosecco." And at £7.99 a bottle, it's a real bargain too. Available at Lidl stores nationwide from 24 May.

Commte de Senneval champagne lidl

Lidl Comte de Senneval Champagne Brut, France:

Alternatively, for a little more you could try the supermaket's Comte de Senneval champagne, which has a mix of citrus and biscuit flavours, with a clean, dry finish. A steal at £10.99 and available at Lidl stores nationwide.

Mionetti Prestige Prosecco

Mionetto Prosecco:

Mionetto is the world's best-selling prosecco, and is made in the heart of the Prosecco region in Northern Italy. With notes of apple, honey, black liquorice and acacia blossom it's a fruity and easy-to-drink tipple that's ideal for your royal wedding celebrations. RRP: £9, available at NISA, Budgens, Bargain Booze, CostCutter and Londis.

Freixenet Italian Rosé

Freixenet Sparkling Rosé:

The bottle alone makes Freixenet's Sparkling Rosé stand out, but you won't be disappointed by the light and fruity flavour of this fizz, which is made with a blend of Italy's finest Glera and Pinot Noir grapes. A fabulous way to toast the newlyweds. RRP: £12, available at Tesco.

Aldi Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut

Veuve Monsigny Champagne Brut NV:

This champagne is a bestseller and award-winner, and we can see why! The fizz features a blend of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pino Meunier grapes, and has been carefully aged to create a unique taste that is sure to make you feel in a celebratory mood. £10.99, available at Aldi.

Prosecco drops

Prosecco drops:

Get in the patriotic mood and change your champagne or prosecco red or blue in honour of Princess Eugenie and Jack Brooksbank's big day. Simply add a few squeezes from the pipette into your glass and top up with the fizz of your choice. They'll add a fruity flavour to your drink too – the red drops are strawberry flavoured, the gold drops taste like pineapple and the blue drops will add a sweet blueberry flavour to your drink. £3.99, available from