While the origins of mimosa are a little hazy, it is without a doubt the archetypal brunch cocktail, consisting of equal parts orange juice and champagne or any form of sparkling wine. So what is the best sparkling wine or champagne to use for mimosas? When it comes to making this brunch classic at home, finding a good bottle of bubbly is still essential. To put it another way, just because you're adding a dash of juice to your wine doesn't mean the quality of your bubbles should suffer, and while we support seeking out well-made wines, we also believe that finding good value is a must. We've gathered up a few of our favorite sparkling alternatives for your next shot at DIY mimosas.
This new release is an exceptional cuvée produced entirely of Chardonnay from Burgundy and mixed with an oak-aged dose from Chablis, which is home to some of France's most famous vineyards. Belaire Luxe comes in an ornate white and gold bottle that perfectly matches its eliteness.
Mot Impérial was created in 1869 and represents the distinct Mot & Chandon style, which is defined by its brilliant fruitiness, sensuous palate, and graceful maturity. Color: Golden straw yellow with hints of green Bouquet: Green apple and citrus fruit with a vibrant intensity; fresh mineral nuances and white blossoms; delicate blonde brioche and crisp nut notes Palate: Brilliant citrus fruit and fresh white-fleshed fruits (pear, peach, apple) are brought to life by delicate, energetic bubbles and a bright finish. If you want the most fruity mimosa, this is your bottle.
Benvolio Prosecco offers vivid notes of juicy peaches, lemon, grapefruit, and green apples. Fresh citrus aromas mingle with overtones of fresh flowers and sweet honey in this golden-colored sparkling. It has a light, crisp, and refreshing finish that is ideal for any occasion!
The bright, refreshing flavors of La Marca Prosecco will elevate your mood and style. With each taste, La Marca Prosecco provides an elegant and rich experience. Enjoy delicate flowery flavors with a bright glint. Open the bottle to fresh-picked citrus and honeysuckle scents, as well as luscious flavors of green apple, juicy peach, and ripe lemon. With a subtle sweetness, the finish is light and pleasant on the palate. Good choice for budget-friendly and delicious mimosas.
The Luna Nuda Prosecco has a bright, light straw hue and a delicate, long-lasting perlage. A delicate bouquet of floral notes with undertones of juicy golden apples and mountain flowers greets the senses. The finish is crisp and refreshing, with fruit aromas that linger on the palate. This sparkling wine goes well with buttery popcorn as an aperitif, and it's also delicious with any meal. The wine is made up of 85% Glera, 15% Chardonnay, and 5% Pinot Grigio.
The Luca Paretti Brut has a delicate yellow color with lime green hues and fine bubbles, with scents of green apple and peach with floral undertones. On the palate, it has a delicate but refreshing acidity, and the hints of fruits are pleasantly pleasurable for those who appreciate exotic fruit. Another great option for more fruity mimosas
Very well-made organic prosecco with a lot of character and true quality. The complexity is there but not overwhelming. The scent of candied pear and honey flowers is quite alluring. In the mouth, it's medium-bodied, with a lovely vanilla flavor and frothy foam. You will the fruits hit your mouth right after you take your first sip.
Notes of fragrant honeysuckle, apple, and biscuit form the nose of this sparkling beauty from Weed Cellars. Sun-drenched honeydew melon and peach mingle with creamy perlage on the palate. The rich notes are bolstered by sour acidity, which gradually gives way to subtle lemony flavors on the end. So we can easily say that this prosecco is begging to be mixed with some freshly squeezed orange juice.
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