The Best Wines to Serve on Easter
Whether you’re feasting on ham, lamb, or chicken, the beverage pairing will be a breeze if you stick to these bottles.
Pairing wines with an Easter meal can seem daunting. The table often features lighter meats like honey-baked ham, roast chicken, or lamb and a wealth of bright spring vegetables alongside heartier fare like mashed potatoes and mac and cheese. Throw in the fact that many of us take our big Easter Sunday celebration as a brunch or lunch, and choosing a wine that feels both seasonally and palette appropriate can be downright tricky.
To help ease that Easter anxiety, we searched out the best bottles to serve at your celebration—no matter what’s gracing the table.
Ferghettina Franciacorta Brut Cuvee
Made in the same traditional style as champagne, this Italian sparkler has toasty, slightly nutty notes that play well equally well with all of those Easter morning baked goods and seafood starters. (Oysters for Easter? Oh yes.)
By Lauren Hubbard | Town and Country Magazine
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