It may not be your traditional hair of the dog (or any type of hangover cure for that matter), but by our estimation, a glass of wine with breakfast on the weekend offers just the right buzz to put some pep in your step and get a move on the day. And there’s no better place to sip and swirl before noon than Denver’s own urban winery, Infinite Monkey Theorem.
Beginning this Sunday and continuing on the last weekend of each month, a rotating line up of guest chefs will be present to offer delicious brunch feasts as the perfect accompaniment to a proper morning pour. Purveyors from Roaming Bull Brasserie, Masterpiece Delicatessen, Rosenberg’s Bagels and Delicatessen, and Cart-Driver will bring their best breakfast dishes to pair with IMT wines and breakfast beverages, including brand new cold-brew coffees on tap and peach bellinis, which will actually be available all day for just $5 a glass.
For the first brunch event, European food truck favorite Roaming Bull Brasserie will be serving up local, fresh and seasonal favorites from across the pond, like croque monsieur (or madame if you add an egg) sandwiches, Spanish tortilla omelettes, pain perdu (billed as “real” French toast), and a smoked salmon Benedict on March 29 from 11 a.m. until 2 p.m. “We’ve been working with them on pairings and catering events since they opened and we’re really excited they asked us to be involved in their very first brunch. We think our menu of Spanish tapas goes very well with all their wines,” said Christine De Baca, Co-Owner, Roaming Bull Brasserie.
"We make our mimosas with Infinite Monkey Theorem Moscato," explains Nicki McTague, events manager at the winery. "We are also serving a new cold brew filtered coffee and a delicious peach Bellini, which is made using peaches from Palisade, Colorado. The light, crisp and refreshingly bubbly, with aromas of white peach blossom and flavors of citrus fruits is a true taste of Colorado summer — other than sunshine, what more do you need for a Sunday fun day?”
Known for its counterculture take on wine making, Infinite Monkey Theorem each dish and drink will be fully approachable no matter what your level of varietal knowledge without any of the pretention of a traditional tasting room.
Because it’s never too early for a glass, right?