Easter is this Sunday, and there are plenty of dishes that pair deliciously with our wine.
Try serving up our 2011 Dundee Hills Pinot Noir with a Leg of Lamb dish seasoned with garlic or rosemary. This wine starts smooth in the palate with the notes of red fruits and cherry carrying through, as their pair perfectly with lamb.
Of course, the traditional roasted ham cannot be missed. A slow-roasted, glazed ham is a beautiful centerpiece for any Easter table. The smoky flavor pairs beautifully with our Evolution Sparkling. The brut is dry on the palate, with a crisp, clean finish and aromatics of apricot, green apple, Bosc pear, white peach and citrus.
For those who are prepping a fish entrée, try pairing one of our pinot noirs with a savory salmon fillet. Whether its poached with white wine, seasoned with fresh dill, heavily spiced or grilled on a cedar plank, the salmon will be further enhanced with a glass of our 2011 Dundee Hills Pinot Noir.
Finally, the classic Easter eggs dish. Try a prosciutto and gruyere oven-baked omelet for your Easter Brunch and pair it with our Willamette Valley Pinot Gris. The wines acidity cuts through the rich, heartiness of this dish, making it a refreshing delight.
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