Wine for Breakfast
Check out what our editors are pouring for their weekend feasts.
Throw a little chill on this light and peppery Cab Franc, and you’ve got a fresh red wine whose savory side befriends bacon, while its red fruit can dance with syrupy waffles; $21.
With its black fruit and dark chocolate notes, this Australian has the heft and spice to handle anything from sausage to steak and eggs—plus the festive purple bubbles will make your brunch that much more special; $25.
Long a brunch staple, classic Champagne goes well with nearly anything at your breakfast table. This standout is light, yet creamy and rich, and packed with toast and sliced pear aromas. Drink this straight—no mimosa mixing allowed; $150.
Normally tough to pair, the classic bagel stacked with lox, cream cheese, onion and tomato meets its match in this Washington State sparkler that boasts solid acidity and luxurious notes of passion fruit, guava and strawberry; $30.
Dry yet still lush, this blossomy Silvaner is streaked with enough acidity to cut through the Hollandaise and poached eggs, and its herb and smoke tones harmonize perfectly with the requisite side of asparagus; $28.
- 2Waffles & Bacon
- 3Steak & Eggs
- 4Any & All Dishes
- 5Bagels & Lox
- 6Classic Eggs Benedict