Six bottles to help you ring in the new year.

You can always just roll into the liquor store and drop $200 on a bottle of Dom Pérignon and call it a day. But we can tell you it’s the amount of thought that matters far more than the amount of money spent when it comes to curating some perfect bubbles for your guests. To help out, we’ve sourced some of the greatest wine thinkers in the West who source their bubbles from all over the globe to put some sparkle into your big night.

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Click through to see six beautiful bottles of bubbly to ring in the new year, as chosen by our wine experts.

This is a highly celebrated, bone-dry sparkling wine that sits confidently in the €œbuy it by the case€ category. This organic family estate crafts an electrifying style, exuding vibrant green fruit and citrus that zips to a satisfying, toasty finish. €”Jason Yamasaki, Chambar

Imagine the best bottles of Old Vines Riesling from Tantalus and add to them some fine, delicate and persistent bubbles. Try to get your hands on this as soon as possible, as it is selling fast and David, the artist behind the juice, did not make enough. €”Sebastien Le Goff, Cactus Club

One of my favourite Champagnes: light, fresh and elegant. This is a family-owned and -operated winery with a focus on quality and the environment. Elegance really exemplifies this wine. €”Ike Seaman, the Pointe at the Wickaninnish

The real deal€”Jacquesson is one of the great, though unsung, houses of Champagne. This chardonnay-based achievement is a paragon of textural intrigue, offering wave upon wave of luxurious brûléed stone fruits followed by warm spice and salinity. An experience. €”€”Jason Yamasaki, Chambar

Mainly pinot noir with about 40 percent chardonnay grapes. Almost 75 percent of the juice comes from Grand Cru vineyards. Low dosage that brings a racy, high acidity and super-fresh wine. It should only come in magnum so you never run out of bubbles.€‰€”Sebastien Le Goff, Cactus Club

Blue Mountain Gold Label Brut NV, Okanagan Valley ($23.90) A benchmark sparkling wine from B.C. Made in the traditional method, this wine showcases classic notes of toasty brioche with apple and vibrant acidity. It is sure to please. €”Ike Seaman, the Pointe at the Wickaninnish