If you're having trouble planning your Easter brunch then don't worry, we have just the thing. Expert sommelier Theo Rutherford stopped by Inside South Florida with some tips for brunch pairings.
Rutherford says the most important part of brunch is the wine and cocktails you're serving.
"As we're starting to get into Spring some newer ingredients, some those fresh herbs and fresh vegetables, are starting to come out," he says. "What you really want to do is try and highlight those flavors instead of mask them."
The simplest way to do that? Through your beverages. Being able to elevate the flavors of your brunch starts at either a farmers market or a bakery, he says. From there you can start thinking about cocktails and wine pairings. Even the tried and true mimosa can get a new twist by using prosecco Rosé.
All the drinks Rutherford brought to the show are less than $30, so you can enjoy your brunch without breaking the bank.