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Holiday Pairings

Wine Pairings for Easter & Spring Celebrations

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To Start…

Jillian Louise Sparkling Rose, France– A great sparkling Rose to start Easter Brunch or Dinner. Light red fruit is layered with fine bubbles and subtle sweetness. Perfect to sip and enjoy with family and friends. $15.99

Le Caprice de Clementine, Provence- A lovely Rose blend from Provence, made from Cinsault, Garnacha and Syrah. It is light and refreshing with bright red fruit notes, strawberries and raspberries with a slightly dry finish. Perfect to pair with cheeses, fresh fruit and ham. $16.99

 

With Appetizers…

Borsao Chardonnay/Macabeo Blend, Spain- A lovely Chardonnay blend from Spain, aged for 3 months in French oak. This fresh blend offers notes of pineapple, lime and bright vanilla. Due to its oak aging, it can pair well with honey-glazed ham, sides dishes and key lime pie. $10.99 

Kentia Albarino, Spain- This Albarino is very aromatic with bright notes of fresh white fruit, herbs and tropical notes. It has refreshing acidity with a well balanced and complex finish. Pair with light appetizers and brunch foods. $15.99

Villa Sparina Gavi, Italy- This Gavi screams Spring! Pineapple and citrus notes take lead on this refreshing Italian white. This would be a perfect white to pair with brunch, egg casserole with vegetables, French toast or baked brie topped with jam. $14.99

 

For The Main Course...

Cantina Tombacco Fondata Aglianico, Italy- Aglianico is grown mostly in Southern Italy and this red has juicy hints of dark and red fruits layered together, creating a lush mouthfeel. Pair with ham, bacon wrapped asparagus or prime rib. $11.99

Ermitage du Pic Saint Loup, France- We love this Ermitage blend, it has bright red and blue fruit notes, subtle oak and earthiness. A great pairing for lamb, prime rib and any blue cheese. $20.99

Patricia Green Pinot Noir Reserve, Oregon- From the Willamette Valley, this Pinot is luscious, fruit forward and fantastic! It’s fruit notes are layered in with subtle oak and creaminess. Pair with a French toast casserole, sausage and ham. $31.99

Paolo Scavino Barolo, Italy- This Barolo is rich and robust with dark fruit notes and subtle earth hints. It would be perfect to pair with roasted lamb, garlic mashed potatoes and brussel sprouts. Decant for 45 minutes on the table! $45.99

 

And For Sweet & Savory Desserts…

Fondo Bozzole Lambrusco, Italy– Lambrusco is the perfect after dinner choice, the Fondo Bozzole Lambrusco has bright red fruit notes, slightly sweet but has more fruit on the palate. Perfect for cheese cake, hot cross bun or carrot cake. Enjoy this Lambrusco with a slight chill before serving. $19.99