While looks aren’t everything, these bottles manage to boast taste and beauty.

Tsarine Rose Champagne Lantern – £40 Gift Set at MoonPig
This gorgeous bottle, revealing the salmon-pink of the rosé bubbly beneath, stands out from the rest. With the Tsarine Lantern gift tin, you can use the bottle after it’s finished with a tealight candle for a beautiful candle-lit lantern effect.

Veuve Clicquot Brut Rosé – £40 at Tesco
This bottle is a timeless classic. The lovely soft pink of the label combined with the iconic yellow of Veuve Clicquot, not to mention a quality, fruity drink inside. Perfect for a bit of romance.

Ruinart Blanc de Blancs – £59 at Oddbins
One of the most famous Blanc de Blancs in the world, recognised by its gorgeous, soft golden bottle.

Duval Leroy Femme de Champagne – £100 at M&S
A delightfully classic-looking, delicate Champagne from Duval-Leroy. Perfect for the woman in your life.

Piper Heidsieck Rare 2002 – £123 on Amazon
An impressively high quality, yet very limited Champagne and a flagship of the brand. The stunning dark-brown bottle has an intricate gold crown wrapped around which can be removed!

Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque – £130 at Waitrose (£150 for rosé)
The list wouldn’t be complete without mentioning Perrier-Jouët Belle Epoque. Both the original and the rosé bottles look stunning and feminine, decorated with a floral design.

Armand de Brignac Gold – £300 at Selfridges
Known as the ‘Ace of Spades’, you have probable seen this bottle before, perhaps in the hands of celebrities like Jay-Z. This striking all-gold bottle (also in silver and rose gold) makes for a sleek and luxurious drinking experience.

Krug 2003 – £180 at Majestic
A darker, more masculine design which is just as eye-catching. The long neck of the bottle gives it an original, sleek design.