Top 3 Favorite Champagnes for Mimosas

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A bubbly, frenzy, ingy mimosa in your glass is an inherently happy thing for a weekend morning. And although its recipe is quite simple, deciding which bottle of sparkling champagne you should use is crucial. Here are a few you can’t go wrong with:

Kalkspitz Pet-Nat

Kalkspitz is a sparkling natural wine that is pretty acidic and savory. It pairs delightfully with a sweet splash of freshly squeezed orange juice. It’s made through the traditional method of sparkling wine, by bottling without additives before the fermentation is finishing. The end product is then unfiltered naturally carbonated, and its taste is similar to apple cider.

Mionetto Prosecco Brut

Mionetto is very dry, light, and a little tart. It neutralizes the sweet and smooth qualities of orange juice. You can drink it on its own, ideally as an aperitif or as a complement, but as it’s relatively affordable, so you don’t have to feel bad mixing it with something else instead of using it alone.

La Marca Prosecco

La Marca is a fresh sparkling wine with a vibrant bouquet of apple, white peach, and honeysuckle. Its soft and harmonious fruity characteristics highlighted by the pleasant acidity make this wine ideal for a glass of mimosa on a Sunday afternoon. Its pricing is reasonable as well.