A quick browse of a restaurant menu will soon make you realise how versatile eggs can be. You can order them scrambled, in an omelette, fried, poached, and even devilled. They are also commonplace as binders and as part of baking as well. While eggs are exceptionally versatile when it comes to how you eat them, are they equally as so when you try to pair them with wine from your bottle store or an online wine provider? Does wine work with eggs at all?
It’s not easy, but it’s possible to find that winning combination. Here are a few below.
Every now and again, we all like to indulge in a big brunch with bacon, eggs, mushroom, sausage, hash browns, and beans. After all, when you’re out and about, stopping into your local restaurant for a bite to eat can prepare you for the long day ahead. If you’ve thrown caution to the wind and thought “it’s 5 o’clock somewhere” and want to drink wine with your brunch, not any wine will do.