Wine for breakfast? You betcha! But there’s definitely an art to choosing which bottles you’ll uncork before noon—think fizzy and refreshing, fruit-forward, and low in alcohol. Lucky for you, we’ve already selected some of our brunch wine favorites. Check out our a.m. wine finds HERE.
Rosé all day with a twist with the new Stella Rosa Ruby Rose Grapefruit! It’s slightly dry and effervescent with refreshing citrus notes.
Perfect for pouring in a Mimosa—or for sipping all by itself—the Riondo Prosecco Spago Nero is light-bodied, crisp, and refreshing with delicate aromas of apple and pear. $12
Rosés pair with just about anything, sparkling Rosés included. Made in the Champagne method, the Charles de Fère Réserve Rosé Dry is soft and fruit-forward. $17
Tott’s Brut Champagne is easy on the wallet and pairs great with breakfast foods of all sorts, ranging from savory to sweet. $9
If you’re looking for a breakfast red to sip alongside anything from smoked bacon to fluffy pancakes, the Wimberley Valley Sweet Red is just the bottle for you! This wine from Driftwood, Texas is medium-bodied and bursting with flavors of honey and cherries with a candied spice finish. $8