Easter is not too far away and even for families that are not religious, Easter Sunday is a big holiday. The traditional way to celebrate Easter is with having a big family gathering for brunch. Not just a simple brunch but something that requires planning, some are surely starting on the planning of it now. Of course this is a holiday so it makes sense to have wine with the grand meal, but this can also pose a bit of a challenge. Brunch can consist of so many different food items, all with a different taste and wine compliment. A lot of breakfast foods like scrambled eggs with smoked salmon, fruit salad and waffles pair well with light but crisp wine. Lunch foods on the other hand can need more flavor to stand up to cheeses, or red meat.
For those wanting to not go for the champagne because it would seem too formal of out of place, just try a red and white; this is a holiday after all. Two bottle wine carriers along with a good plan are all that is needed to pull off Easter brunch without a hitch. Maybe it will be so easy that egg coloring will get more time this year.