For instance, the highly acclaimed Sumarocca Reserva Cava from The Wine Society goes down a treat at £7.50 per bottle, Aldi do a medal-winning Cremant du Jura for £6.99 and Waitrose currently sell their tasty Prosecco San Leo for a third off at £6.66 – go get ’em, guys.
If you fancy being particularly decadent (or just want to show off a bit like we did) you can pick up some hibiscus flowers in syrup to add to your Champers (or cheaper equivalent).
If you pop a flower into the glass and spoon some syrup over it, then pour over the bubbly, the little bloom will gently blossom into a very pretty flower indeed. The syrup will turn your drink delicately pink, and you can even eat the flower too – apparently, it tastes like raspberry and rhubarb. We like the sound of that very much indeed.