Easter is right around the corner, which means many of us will soon be gathering around the dinner table with friends, family, food, and a few good bottles of wine. Still trying to decide what to pour this Sunday? Here are a few of our favorites:
This is a thirst-quenching Chardonnay with bold peach, pear, and vanilla flavors and impeccable balance. Half the wine is fermented on oak and the other half is fermented on steel before finally coming together for another 11 months of barrel aging before bottling. Enjoy with asparagus or creamy scalloped potatoes.
Source Label Price: $23.00
Our Price: $16.99
Easter came early this year – just in time to enjoy your first taste of the 2012 Lot 33 Rosé with an equally special meal! This dry rosé from the Languedoc is bursting with flavors of juicy strawberry, herbs, and even a hint of cotton candy. Delightfully food friendly, you can sip this wine from brunch to dessert as you snack on your favorite Easter treats.
Source Label Price: $15.99
Our Price: $11.99
This is a playfully elegant Pinot filled with aromas of white cherry, pomegranate, and layered sweet spices. If you're seeking something that's as refined as it is crowd-pleasing and drinkable, this is your go-to red. If a succulent ham is the center of your Easter dinner, a glass of Lot 81 is the way to go.
Source Label Price: 26.99
Our Price: 18.99
Special occasions call for a special Cabernet, and Lot 58 certainly fits the bill. This is a rich, full-bodied wine bursting with aromas of blackberry and dried cherry and held together with lush tannins. If you're seeking a wine that will seriously impress your dinner guests, look no further.
Source Label Price: $29.99
Our Price: 21.99