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The 5 Best Sparkling Wines for a Beautiful Spring Brunch

Full disclosure–there’s really never a bad time to enjoy a well-chilled bottle of sparkling wine. In the vast world of wine, a glass of bubbles is always a welcome addition to any event or meal.

That said, perhaps the most perfect time to enjoy a fizzy glass of something fun is during brunch. And if there were to be an ideal season to begin a beautiful sunny morning, spring is certainly the time to celebrate with great food, friends and of course, bubbles!

Here are five of our favorite bubbles that are guaranteed to make your spring brunch sparkle:


Loredan Gasparini Prosecco bottle

Loredan Gasparini Prosecco

We have always been fans of this bright and zesty wine, and last year, Forbes Magazine gave this one their top ranking in their story on “Italy’s Greatest Proseccos.” This one is an outstanding choice to begin your brunch, and of course, it makes one of the most delicious mimosas imaginable!


Von Schleinitz Kon-Secco bottle


Von Schleinitz Kon-Secco

Germany’s answer to Prosecco is made from estate-grown Riesling in the Mosel Valley. With vibrant flavors of ripe green apple on a crisp frame, we are dreaming about pairing this with soft-ripened cheeses.


Pierre Sparr Cremant d’Alsace Rosé bottle


Pierre Sparr Cremant d’Alsace Rosé

It’s made from Pinot Noir. It’s grown in Alsace. It’s delicious. If that’s not enough, match this juicy wine with any preparation of smoked salmon and prepare to be dazzled! $19.99


13th Street Blanc de Blanc bottle

13th Street Blanc de Blanc

Produced from estate-grown Chardonnay just a short drive away in Canada’s Niagara Peninsula, this stunning value tastes like top Champagne–at a fraction of the cost.  This mouthwatering complex beauty will be magical with shellfish and light salad courses.


Argyle Vintage Brut bottle


Argyle Vintage Brut

Pinot Noir and Chardonnay join forces to create an incredibly complex bubbles experience. If it seems unlikely that a sparkling wine could deliver big flavors, you won’t believe what this blockbuster has in store. Poultry or pork would be epic dance partners!

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