Pop the cork at home this New Year's Eve

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According to a survey commissioned by Barefoot Wine & Bubbly, more than half of Americans who plan on celebrating New Year's Eve plan on celebrating at home. To help make your night the most memorable celebration ever, here are some great ways to ring in the new year from the comfort of your own home.


Girls just want to have fun


Ladies leave your man at home - tonight it's all about you. Instead of waiting for a drink in that crowded party full of strangers, have a girls' night in at your place. Of women surveyed, 67 percent said they would skip a New Year's Eve party for a girls' night in. So, pop open some bubbly and celebrate with your closest girlfriends. For more inspiration on what to serve, visit www.barefootwine.com.


Sing in the New Year


What's the best part of celebrating at home? You can dance like no one's watching. Make your New Year's bash a dance party. Create a playlist with all of your favorite songs from the year and dance the night away.


Get your party poppin'


Pop some bubbly, pop some popcorn and pop in a movie. Waiting until midnight leaves plenty of time to throw on a good movie before the clock strikes. Continue celebrating the best of the year by watching this year's biggest blockbuster movies. If you want to serve your guests a signature drink while they enjoy the movie, try the Barefoot Bubbly New Year's Rock.


Game on


Looking for a fun game to play? Have everyone write down a pop culture event or relevant celebrity from the year on a sticky note, and give it to the person to your left without revealing what is written, and stick it to their forehead. The person will ask yes or no questions and attempt to guess what is written on the note.


With a few friends, yummy cocktails and fun games, you'll have a memorable New Year's celebration.

SOURCE:
Barefoot Cellars