If you are looking for ideas on wines to pair with your Easter dinner, here are some suggestions from our winemaker.

Illinois Sparkling Co.

  • Brut Ombré Rosé has bright, fresh, fruity aromas and flavors and is a wonderful pairing for a meal.
  • Pét Nat Rosé, like most rosé wines is a fruit friendly wine. It has a mouth-watering freshness, making you crave another sip.
  • Sec is a mouth-watering fruity sparkler. With a hint of sweetness, Sec is an amazing companion with food but is also delightful to sip on its own.
  • Demi Sec Rosé This sparkler pairs well with your chocolate bunny and cut-out cookies.

August Hill Winery

  • Vignoles is a semi-dry, light-bodied white wine that pairs wonderfully with ham.
  • Niagara is a favorite to pair with ham for those who prefer a sweet white.
  • Moscato pairs well with light desserts such as your lamb or bunny cake. It also pairs nicely with most flavors of jelly beans.
  • For those who only drink red wines, we recommend Berlyn (semi-dry), Chambourcin Reserve (dry), or Red Letter (semi-dry & wine club members only).
  • Rosés are fun and incredibly food friendly. Try LaBelle Rosé (dry) or Chambourcin Rosé (semi-dry).
  • Our Mimosa in a 355 mL can is a great pairing for Easter brunch.

How many bottles do I need?
A 750 mL bottle of wine holds about five glasses of wine (5 ounce servings). We recommend having at least two wine choices for your guests.

Happy Easter to all!

March 21st, 2024  |  Susanne Bullock  |   | 


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