Springtime is here! So, it’s only appropriate that we start talking about some of our favorite wine pairings upcoming holidays and patio season.
Lot 197 Prosecco Rosé Pairs with Brunch and Spring Weather
This vivacious and aromatic sparkling wine is perfect for all occasions, but especially spring brunches. Whether you’re sipping alongside charcuterie with girlfriends or pairing this effervescent wine with the whole Easter spread, it’s the best wine to enjoy on a lovely spring day.
Lot 23 Old Vine Malbec - Pairs with Lamb, Red Meat Dishes and "Asados"
Malbec is an excellent choice for pairing with many of the red meat dishes of springtime holidays like Easter. Our tried and true, Lot 23 Old Vine Malbec, from Mendoza, Argentina is our go-to. You may have heard of BBQs, but in South America the name for a traditional barbecue is called an "Asado," where friends gather and enjoy a wide selection of grilled meats like chorizos, skirt steaks, blood sausages and more over a charcoal or wood fire brick-built grill. We believe Old Vine Malbec was specifically made for Asado occasions.
Lot 42 Pinot Grigio - Pairs with Kitchen Prep and Deviled Eggs
Lot 42 Pinot Grigio from Trentino, Italy, is one of our favorite kitchen companions for cooking and sipping away! They say, “A watched pot never boils,” but they never said anything about having a glass while waiting for the water to bubble. Lot 42 Pinot Grigio also pairs perfectly with deviled eggs, a classic dish to be enjoyed on Easter Sunday with family!
Lot 126 Sancerre - Pairs with Roasted Vegetables and Salad Topped with Goat Cheese
Our French Sauvignon Blanc, Lot 126 Sancerre, is an absolute fan favorite at this time of the year, and for good reason! Balanced and crisp, this is a wine destined for the finest tables, but happiest among a humble goat cheese topped salad and other springtime vegetable dishes.
Lot 179 Pinot Noir - Pairs with the Spread
Pinot Noir is one of our quintessential red food wines. As versatile and drinkable as it is, you really can’t go wrong when bringing Pinot Noir to the Easter or Passover table. So while you’re going from apps to the main course and everything in-between, why not find the red that will do the trick with them all.