TOAST the New Year with our round up of champagnes to suit everyone.

One of youngest champagne houses and number one bestselling brand in France, Nicolas Feuillatte Brut NV Champagne (£15 from £31.99, from now until January 6, Tesco) is always a crowd pleaser with its fresh, floral nose, medium fruit intensity and nice, nutty finish. The largest co-operative union in Champagne, it can call on more than 5,000 grape growers to carve this liquid gold into a reasonably-priced and accessible style.

Lidl’s French wine section is going from strength to strength this holiday season and with nuggets such as Comte de Senneval, Champagne Grand Cru Brut, France (£17.99, Lidl) made from grand cru grapes from the finest vineyards retailing at less than £20, this could lay the foundations for a New Year’s Eve party with plenty of panache. Rich and toasty with the elegance and complexity you would expect from a grand cru.

A gold medal winner at the International Wine Challenge (IWC), Tesco Finest Vintage Grand Cru Champagne 2007 (£24.99, Tesco) is a blanc de blancs made from 100 per cent chardonnay and it’s rich with a bready, toasty nose, delicate pure fruits and an underlaying minerality on the long finish and has the potential for further ageing.

In a league of its own and a wine you can really fall in love with.