Elegant any time of the day, the champagne cocktail doesn't need a special occasion. From the classic champagne cocktail to fruited versions like raspberry and strawberry, these easy recipes pair champagne with all the sweetest mixers.See Popular Champagne Recipes
The champagne cocktail -- simple, yet elegant. A delightful special occasion drink.
Ginger adds a peppery bite to this sparkling drink. For a nonalcoholic version, skip the vodka and champagne and use the ginger syrup with sparkling water or sparking cider.
Peach nectar makes mimosas even more celebratory! Make them upon request in only 5 minutes.
Find ruby red pomegranate seeds in the refrigerated section of many markets. Use them as edible baubles on Christmas cocktails, including this one with sparkling wine.
Strawberry syrup is mixed with champagne for this light party drink.
For a colorful champagne drink with a fruity flavor, add a splash of mango juice to this Christmas cocktail.
The raspberry syrup can be made up to three days ahead for this chilled champagne drink.
It just takes two ingredients to make a colorful splash at holiday parties.
Serve this refreshing brunch cocktail at the start of a brunch. It's a tropical take on the classic orange juice and champagne beverage.
Take your pick of champagne cocktails with these pineapple or cranberry variations.
Festive holiday gatherings call for a festive signature cocktail. The French 75, made famous at Arnaud's in New Orleans, is the perfect drink to serve for small parties and special occasions. This version features cognac, fresh squeezed lemon juice and sugar topped with bubbly-cold champagne and a lemon twist.
Quick! What do you do when someone gives you a nice, expensive bottle of Champagne? Drink it, silly!
This recipe is an elegant take on the ice cream soda, with a scoop of vanilla ice cream and a handful of raspberries floating in a glass of champagne.
To make this bubbly champagne Christmas drink even more festive, slip fresh cranberries on a skewer and use as garnish.
At the revamped Merchants restaurant in a 118-year-old Nashville building, suspender-clad mixologists serve old-school drinks like this one from the mid-19th century.
The choice of fruit is yours for this fruit compote. Select the fruits that are the best for the season.