Whether you plan to make ham, lamb or go all veggie this Easter, we have created a list of wines you will enjoy for brunch, lunch, or dinner this Easter.
Selected from the villages in the Cote des Blancs and Montagne de Reims areas in the Champagne region, this bubbly is elegant and lively. Its round, rich and clean flavors would be a great way to start off any brunch, lunch, or dinner.
This family-owned winery is famous for their Napa Valley Chardonnay. This food-friendly Chardonnay is beautifully balanced with fresh and clean acidity and aromas of apple, white peach, and a touch of oak. It will pair nicely with lobster, scallop and salmon if you choose to prepare fish for your Easter meal.
New Hampshire tested and Easter approved! Our New Hampshire customers love this rosé. Who could blame them, because the wine is true to the country of Provence, France where many of the best rosés are produced. This wine opens up with dry raspberry, melon and citrus flavors and will complement shellfish, salads, and vegetarian dishes.
This Pinot Noir expresses the true terroir of Willamette Valley, Oregon. It opens with beautiful aromas of raspberry, blackberry and has a silky mouth feel with flavors of cherry, bramble fruit, and cedar. This wine will pair beautifully with salmon, duck, and lamb.
Made with 100% Gamay grapes, this fruit-forward wine is medium-bodied with juicy flavors of strawberries and black cherries. It will pair beautifully with pork, ham, chicken, and a variety of classic side dishes.
Not only is this wine great-tasting with flavors of melon, pear, and vanilla with vibrant mineral notes, it is also an excellent value from the Mosel region. Its crisp, refreshing flavors will pair nicely with pork tenderloin, turkey and spicy dishes.
“We at New Hampshire Liquor & Wine Outlet wish you the best of Easter gatherings and hope that you will find our recommendations the perfect complement to your holiday meal.” -Lisa Gosselin