The Best Mother's Day Brunch Pairing

Sparkling wine and French toast? Yes please!
Staff Writer

Photo Sasabune Omakase Modified: Flickr/erin/CC 4.0

The best Mother's Day brunch food and wine pairing.

Maybe your family’s Mother's Day tradition includes heading out for a delicious brunch as a family; maybe it includes the pitter patter of feet rushing around the house trying to quietly surprise parents with breakfast in bed. This year, why not honor the mom in your life with a restaurant-caliber recipe by Cook Taste Eat — and a decadent wine pairing from The Daily Sip?

Cook Taste Eat’s Crème Brûlée French Toast with Banana Foster Batter will not disappoint. You can even serve it with sausage patties for an added dose of spice and saltiness to balance the indulgent French toast, per the recipe below.

Since Mother's Day brunch wouldn't be complete without some sparkling wine to toast Mom, why not pick one that is sexy and flamboyant like the French toast with which it will be paired? JCB "No. 69" non vintage brut rosé is up to the task. Each number has significance for Jean-Charles Boisset, the collection's creator and namesake. Jean-Charles was born in 1969, the year that mankind went to the moon. As such, 69 represents unlimited expression, freedom, creativity, artistry, refinement.

Brut rosés are made in part from pinot noir grapes, and they derive their rose pink color from spending just a bit of time with the grape skins. JCB "No. 69" offers a hint of raspberry and wild strawberry, the ideal garnish for French toast.

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