What better reason to raise a glass than celebrating a new year with friends and family? Celebrating a great event or the events to come is an age old tradition, dating back thousands of years when humans first began drinking alcohol. Typically, we say a few meaningful celebratory words at an event or occasion, don’t we?
But how is best to graciously ring in a new year full of promise?
Impress your friends and family wishing them a happy new year and cheers in 8 different languages!
Here’s to a bright New Year, and a fond farewell to the old; here’s to the things that are yet to come, and to the memories that we hold. (Unknown)
Chinese (Mandarin) Toast
干杯 – “gān bēi”à Cheers! (Bottoms up!)
狗年大吉 – “gǒunián dàjí” à Lots of luck for this Dog year
건배! – “geon-bae” à Cheers! (Bottoms up!)
새해 복 많이 받으세요 – “saehae bok mani badeuseyo” à Happy New Year!
乾杯! – “ ‘KANPAI!” à Cheers! (Dry the glass)
良いお年を！- “Yoi o-toshi o!” à “Have a nice year!
Vô! – à Cheers!
Năm mới dồi dào sức khỏe à – I wish you a healthy new year
चियर्स – “chiyars” à Cheers!
नया साल मुबारक हो “naya saal mubaarak ho” à Happy New Year!
Prost! à Cheers!
Frohes neu Jahr à Happy New Year!
À votre santé! à Cheers!
Bonne anne à Happy New Years!
Whichever language you use to welcome a new year, toasting with friends and family is a heart warming way to welcome change. Wine has traditionally been used throughout Europe and America as a part of celebratory meals. It is a tradition our CKJY Exports team has embraced for many years.
Happy New Year!
May it be filled with lots of prosperity, laughter and love for you all! That is our CKJY Exports team’s wish for you all.
Brief: Wine, Beer, Cider & Spirit Enthusiast, World Traveler, Dog & Cat Lover
Claire is passionate about sharing & introducing different types beverages of beverages with the world – this inspired her career of Exporting American Wine, Beer, Cider & Spirits. Her vast knowledge comes from studying and traveling around the world, learning about intricate parts of the global alcohol industry.
It makes her day when she helps someone discover a new drink or a better understanding of how their favorite spirit is made. Claire believes that everyone should have the opportunity to enjoy and connect with quality, craft spirits, beer and wines.
The beauty in the many different types of craft alcohol is that by sharing a unique beverage with each other, you share a memory.
Claire’s Go To Drink: Rieslings (Dry or Sweet, she loves them all! )