¿What are the best types of champagne for a holiday brunch? Follow our tips.
Mimosas rhyme with champagne, right? These types of champagne will light up the spark of your holiday brunch. It’s been a tough year! So let’s enjoy a good brunch on New Year’s Day, we all deserve it.
Tips to start off:
- Choose a champagne that you’d drink on its own.
- You don’t need to spend a lot, but you can if you wish!
- You can go for a prosecco or a cava instad of champagne for a change.
Types of champagne for a Holiday Brunch, even cava or prosecco for Mimosas:
Brut Cava: a brut cava with apple and bready notes pair very well with orange juice and zests.
Dry Prosecco: prepare your mimosa with a prosecco made from organically farmed grapes, tropical fruits aromatics and flavors.
Spumante: Italian sparklers as a good spumante are low in alcohol which will allow a nice low-ABV tasting! Floral, herbal will be your spumante of choice for a mimosa and it will also pair well with pastries.
Brut Champagne: brut champagnes with a creamy texture will go well with an orange wedge or two for garnish, a drop of juice will suffice for a good champagne that don’t need much to complement a brunch.
Don’t drink and drive. Enjoy responsibly.