Whether you’re planning to whip up a traditional Easter dinner such as delicious glazed ham with fresh spring vegetables or a crown roast of lamb with scalloped potatoes, you’ll want to make sure the wine you choose pairs perfectly with your meal. We’ve put together a list of wines, along with their food pairings, to make your Easter dinner preparation as seamless as possible.
Easter Wine Pairings
- Baron Albert NV Champagne Brut ($44) - Baron Albert NV Champagne Brut has flavors of apricot, lemon, apple, and baked pear, making this the perfect Champagne to pair with soft cheeses, fresh seafood, and even desserts.
- Terra Serena NV Prosecco Extra Dry ($15) - Another fruity wine, Terra Serena has subtle notes of citrus and tree fruit along with honey, ginger, and minerals. Many consider this to be the ultimate brunch bubbles, as it can be paired with a range of breakfast and lunch options.
- The Curator 2019 White Blend ($12) - A budget-friendly option, The Curator 2019 White Blend is both fragrant and zesty, perfect for an upbeat Easter get-together. Pair the Curator with vegetable dishes, roast chicken, or pasta.
- Dog Ear 2018 Chardonnay ($24) - Made in Monterey, CA, this Chardonnay tastes like summer! You’ll find yourself taking in aromas of melon, pears, and spiced pineapples. This Chardonnay also shows nuances of pineapple custard and lemon cream pie. Pairs well with light pasta dishes, Easter ham, or halibut.
- Dyckerhoff 2019 Reuilly Blanc ($25) - From the Loire Valley, France, this Sauvignon Blanc, features both floral and fruity notes. Sip on this with your ham, pork, or turkey dinner this Easter.
- Longhand 2017 Sonoma Vintage Coast Pinot Noir ($25) - A dry red from Sonoma County, CA, Longhand is bursting with flavors of strawberries and cherries. Pair with duck, ham, salmon, or pasta.
- San Felipe 2019 Malbec ($15) - This juicy, full-bodied wine is a fantastic wine to accompany your Easter dinner. With its long finish, you’ll want to enjoy the San Felipe with grilled meats and creamy mushroom dishes.
- Demarie 2019 Dolcetto Langhe ($19) - Often referred to as an “every day” wine, Demarie is pleasantly fruity while also offering a lingering almond finish. Pairs wonderfully with Bolognese or gnocchi.
- Roccamena 2018 Nero d'Avola Catuj Sicilia ($18) - An easy-to-drink wine that’s both fruity and light, the Roccamena is ideal for an Easter celebration. If you’re making a hearty stew or preparing braised meats this Easter, we highly suggest Roccamena.
- Chateau Beauchene 2017 Cotes du Rhone Premier Terroir ($22) - Feels like you’re on a French terrace in the spring. Featuring black cherry, licorice and black pepper, Chateau Beauchene is perfect for a spring lamb.
- Evesham Wood 2018 Pinot Noir Eola-Amity Hills ($39) - Bright and aromatic with red cherry and sour cherry notes, Evesham Wood is a popular choice for Easter dinner. Great with lamb, duck, or turkey!
- Lindquist Family 2018 Syrah ($35) - With a noticeable spice and a deep berry fruit flavor, pair Lindquist Family 2018 Syrah with grilled meats or a roast leg of lamb.
- Komarna 2016 Plavac Mali K7 ($28) - Made in Croatia, this unique wine leads with aromas of blackberry, plum, pepper and chocolate. After a few minutes you’ll find yourself sipping on raisiny flavors. Pair with roasted tenderloin or lamb shank.
- Introvert 2018 Zinfandel ($14) - Both jammy and juicy, this wine can be sipped on at a BBQ or outdoor Easter lunch. Mostly fruity with a touch of spice, you’ll want to pair this wine with grilled meats.
- De Bortoli 2017 Shiraz Woodfired Heathcote ($24) - Oozing with blackberry, cherry and blueberry, De Bortoli is the ultimate spring drink. Pair this red wine with BBQ fare or wood fired pizza.
- Siglo 2019 Rioja Gran Reserva ($35) - Full of deep flavors, including blackberries and black cherries, enjoy with roast pork or ham.
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