There is no better way to start the week than with Sunday brunch, and with Easter coming up, one of the biggest brunch days of the year, PlumpJack Wine & Spirits has put together a list of our favorite sparklers perfect for brunch, or whenever.
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Adami Bosco Prosecco, Italy
Delicious, round, fruit driven, but dry Prosecco. It’s perfect for a Sunday brunch or a tailgate party. Flavors of lemon and green apple with a toasty finish.
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Bailly-Lapierre Cremant de Bourgogne, Burgundy, France
Burgundy is known for this style of bubbles, which features a very fine bubble and a dry finish. Only 12% alcohol, so you can rest assured that you won’t over indulge while drinking. The champagne has peachy flavors with a toasty warm finish.
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Bochet-Lemoine Brut, Champagne, France
Extraordinary Champagne from a grower-producer in Champagne–only 5% of the annual production comes to USA, all of which goes to Northern California. You’ve never heard of it because they have no marketing budget. A delicious combination of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Pinot Meunier–rich mouth feel with a warm crisp finish.
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Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Rose, Champagne, France
PINK is not Sweet! This Champagne has a fine line of crisp bubbles for a special celebration. It’s a beautiful, slightly pink, champers with slight strawberry and raspberry aromatics. Very rich and sexy with a long dry, crisp finish.
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Check out Balboa Cafe Mill Valley’s Easter Brunch Menu