There’s nothing quite like sleeping in on weekends followed by a hearty brunch. The most popular wine served at brunch is usually bubbly, often mixed with fruit juice. Light and fizzy, it just seems to be the perfect match to this delightful ritual. However, there are other wines that will work, especially whites. Versatile Riesling is also a perennial favourite. Fruity and crisp, it comes in so many styles, it’s hard not to find one that’ll make your meal. Then there’s Vinho Verde. Light, crisp and slightly spritzy, it too does an admirable job. Some folks like Sauvignon Blanc while others prefer an aromatic varietal like Muscat, Torrontes or Gewürztraminer. Whatever your choice, just keep it light, low in alcohol and unoaked.