Drop The Bloody Marys and Serve Wine With Brunch

Ari Bendersky

Your brunch crowd naturally migrates to the Mimosas and Bloody Marys, but wine shouldn’t be off the table; the right wine pairing cuts through the fat, sweet, and salt of classic brunch dishes from pancakes to Benedicts. We asked Alisha Blackwell-Calvert, a certified sommelier and beverage director at Reeds American Table in Maplewood, Mo., to weigh in on the wines that hold up to everything from French...