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Wine for Easter Dinner

With Easter only a week away, consider what wine you will be serving with dinner. Of course, you’re favorite wine store or winery tasting room should be able to help you with what pairs well with your dinner. If you don’t care for their suggestions, choose a wine that you like.

For Easter dinner, our main entree will be honey-glazed ham served with mashed potatoes, perhaps made Rachel Ray’s style, and of course butternut squash. We are considering a white wine and for dessert, the dessert Riesling we recently made from a kit. Ham can also be paired with East Coast Cabernet Sauvignon or a Pinot Noir. White wines to consider are Gewürztraminer or a dry Riesling. If you enjoy meads, you may want to choose a dry mead. Fruit wine lovers should consider a cranberry wine.

One suggestion is not to wait until Easter Sunday to purchase your wine. Numerous winery tasting rooms will be closed for this special day.

Cheers, Kathy

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