Easter Sunday is a perfect day to celebrate with friends and family while enjoying great food and wine. But if you’re hosting, or in charge of picking the bottles, finding the right pairing can seem like a daunting or even impossible task. But it doesn’t have to be.
Deviled Eggs – La Marca Prosecco
A bubbly Sparkling or Prosecco.
Our Suggestion: La Marca Prosecco
Ham – Notorious Pink Grenace
Why it works: Ham is full of salty, rich and smoky flavors. To balance those, you’ll need a bottle with low tannins and loads of fresh fruit.
Our Suggestion: Notorious Pink Grenace -This rosé is pale pink in color that exudes floral orange blossom aromas. Made from 100% Grenache from the South of France, mature berries balance the flavors of ripe berries that give it a wonderful acidity and soft minerality.
Notorious Pink is a special blush cuvee made from Grenache, the leading grape varietal at Domaine la Colombette in the South of France. Rosé has often been considered a summer wine but it our goal to bring rosé to the forefront of everyday indulgence.
Slow-Roasted Leg of Lamb – Bodegas El Coto Reserva Tempranillo
Our Suggestion: Bodegas El Coto Reserva Tempranillo – A dense, tannic wines like Tempranillo cut through the fattiness of the lamb, while the ripe, saturated fruit and tobacco flavors merge with the earthy, savory essence of the roast.