Don’t pop your cork for any old bottle of fizz this Valentine’s Day. Hold out for one of our Best Buy bottles of bubbly.

Here's our tips for five of the best...

Beaujolais Rose 2018, France (£5.99, Aldi)

For rose drinkers looking for something simple but vibrant, this is a giveaway gamay from the famous Beaujolais region. Fresh and lively, with delicate strawberry and raspberry aromas peeping through, there’s enough zesty fruit backed by fresh acidity to sink with smoked salmon.

Taste the Difference Cremant de Loire Rose, France (£11, Sainsbury’s)

This is a fantastic pink fizz from Saumur in the Loire Valley. Made in the same way as Champagne but from cabernet franc grapes, it has plenty of oomph with lovely floral, fruity aromas and redcurrant notes. It has a peachy, creamy, red-fruited character with a fresh, elegant finish.

Graham Beck The Rhona Rose NV, South Africa (£15, Marks & Spencer)

Another little gem that looks the part and merits a silver medal from the International Wine Challenge (IWC) 2019, this blend of chardonnay, pinot noir and pinot meunier hits all the right notes with its pretty salmon hue, full, round finish and delightful quaffing character.

Les Pionniers Rose Champagne Brut, France (£21.99, The Co-op stores)

Made by Piper-Heidsieck, these brilliant bubbles radiate copper highlights with pristine summer fruit aromas, delicate yet vibrant red berry fruits on the palate, with well balanced acidity and a fresh, uplifting finish.

Domaine Matray Saint-Amour 2017, Beaujolais, France (£16.80,

Even rose lovers will fall for this classy, ruby red from the tiny Beaujolais appellation of Saint-Amour. This is a pretty and extremely delicious cherry fruited wine, studded with spiced blackcurrant and silky plummy fruit, with a whisper of minerality on the finish.