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Top 10 Brunch Wines

Become a Sipper Before Supper

Indaba 2012 Chenin Blanc is sourced from dry-farmed vineyards across Stellenbosch, Paarl and Swartland

Best Bottles for Weekend Brunch

Vino can go just as well with brunch as with dinner, but it is probably best to go with lighter wines (unless you plan on napping afterward). GAYOT's list of Top 10 Brunch Wines offers a diverse selection of sparkling, white, rosé, red and dessert wines. Produced as far afield as New Zealand, South Africa and Italy, they pair well with a variety of breakfast foods. Most bottles can be bought for less than $30, so sit back, pour a glass and relax!

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India Pale Ale was first developed for British soldiers in South Asia; however, the style has since gained popularity with civilian beer fans.

Although sipping fine Scotch can be an expensive habit, GAYOT's Top 10 Single Malt Scotch Whiskies start at a reasonable $50 a bottle.