Chances are you’ve enjoyed a mimosa or two at some point in your life, but do you know how to make the perfect mimosa? Brunch just isn’t the same without a beautifully balanced glass of sparkling wine and OJ. Luckily, we’ve got Certified Sommelier Mario Luna here to tell us the secret ingredient to everyone’s favorite Sunday afternoon tipple. Hint: it has everything to do with the interplay of acid and sugar. For more details, you’re just going to have to watch the video above!
What Wine Should You Use to Make Your Perfect Mimosa?
Here are Mario’s suggestions (the orange juice is up to you, but “not from concentrate” is always a good bet!):
- Conde de Caralt Semi-Seco Cava, $10 – BUY ME
- Gruet Demi-Sec, $19 – BUY ME
- Schramsberg Cremant Demi-Sec, $35 – BUY ME
- Veuve Clicquot Demi-Sec, $60 – BUY ME
Mario Luna is a Certified Sommelier and owner of Mario Luna Somm, a company dedicated to “Developing the Sommelier in You” through online wine courses, blogs, and other user-friendly content. He lives in Las Vegas where, in addition to working on the famous Las Vegas Strip, he serves as a consultant for large-scale wine events, specialty shops, and all kinds of wine tastings. You can contact Mario at his website or check out his courses, including the top-selling Wine for Beginners, here.