South Dakota may have lower gasoline taxes than neighboring states, but that isn't the case with for your New Year's Eve toast.
According to the Tax Foundation, the Rushmore state has one of the nation's highest tax rates when it comes to champagne. With an excise tax of $2.07 for a gallon of festive bubbly, it's ranked number five.
In Florida you'll pay $3.50 in taxes, which is more than any other state.
Wisconsin is at the opposite end of the spectrum. The tax there only comes to a quarter.