No Matter What is For Easter Dinner, There is a Wine for Some Bunny
When pairing a wine with a food, it does all come down to personal preference. If the people attending the meal prefer a white wine, then two good white wine choices are a Riesling or a Gewurztraminer. The Best Wine Store has a good variety of Riesling wines. They include the Black Box Riesling, the Chateau Ste Michelle Riesling, the Barefoot Cellars Riesling, and the Charles Smith “Kung Fu Girl” Riesling. They also carry the Seaglass Riesling, the Francis Ford Coppola Sofia Riesling, and the Apothic Wines White Winemaker’s Blend. These wines can be found on The Best Wine Store website here: Riesling . There are also red wines that go well with ham.
If a red wine is needed for Easter dinner, then a Pinot Noir, Zinfandel, or Grenache are good choices. Red wines with super fruity flavors because they are a much better match for a ham-based dish. Dry rose wines are a good option as due to the fact that the berry fruitiness, light tannins, and dry finish will complement the ham beautifully. If you are in need of a Pinot Noir, there are many from the Tisdale Pinot Noir to the Once Upon a Vine “A Charming” Pinot. These wonderful wines can be found on The Best Wine Store website here: Pinot Noir. There are some lovely wines that also pair well with Lamb.
A meal with lamb as the main course calls for a rich Cabernet. Lamb meat has a strong flavor and it supports the tannins that are in full-bodied red wines. A Cabernet Sauvignon with herbal touches will complement the taste of the lamb. If the lamb has a more assertive taste, a Syrah wine will go with it. Try a Rhone-style Syrah wine that has peppery and smoky flavors. The Best Wine Store has a lot of Cabernet Sauvignon wines on their website and they can be found here:
Cabernet Savuginon. There are a few Syrah wines available on their website also and they can be viewed here: Syrah. There are also Easter dinner side dishes and wines that go well with them.
Mashed potatoes, a potato salad, or any potato-based dish should be a great match for a dry rose wine. A dry rose wine is a good choice only if the potatoes are served by themselves. If a savory potato dish is being served with meat like pork sausage, then a red wine like Malbec will be perfect to serve with it. If roasted vegetables are being served, then a clean and crisp white wine like Gruner or Albarino is a good choice. There are plenty of Malbec wines to choose from on The Best Wine Store website like the Layer Cake Malbec and the Diseno Old Vine Malbec. All of these marvelous Malbec wines can be found here: Malbec.
No matter what is served for Easter dinner, there are excellent wines to be paired with them. Also, no matter who hops in for dinner, there is a wine for all the some bunnies that carrot about having a good wine with their dinner.
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