Easter Wines

Our food and wine pairing recommendations.

Wines for Easter

Order by 5pm Wednesday for delivery in time for Easter.

Roast Lamb

The traditional Easter Sunday lunch features roast lamb. As it's quite a delicate meat you don't want to overwhelm it with something too big or oaky.
A fabulous red from Valdepenas in Spain that delivers a fully mature style, after spending a few years mellowing in old oak barrels. Enticing spicy black pepper, nutmeg and clove aromas then red berry fruit, smoky cedar spice and toasty coffee flavours. If this wine came from Rioja you'd expect to pay much more!
Pinot Noir is a classic match and one that will appeal to both red and white drinkers as its light bodied, soft and silky with delicate dark berry and cherry fruits. Rich and flavoursome throughout.

Good Friday Fish

It's traditional to enjoy fish on Good Friday and this is a tried and tested pairing! It will work equally ell with any kind of fish starter or fruit dessert on Easter Sunday too.
A zippy Chardonnay, Pinot Gris blend that mirrors the fun upbeat style of Dixieland jazz. Stone fruit and lemon sherbet perfumes with zesty flavours of fleshy nectarine fruit.

Simnel Cake

A fruit and marzipan cake traditionally enjoyed at Easter that will taste even better with a glass of something equally indulgent.
PX as it is better known in its abbreviated form, is the richest and stickiest style of sherry. The grapes are picked and sun-dried to produce a sweet wine with treacly texture and flavour, perfect with a slice of cake.


Why choose wine or chocolate when you can have both?
A red fizz... hear us out, it's fantastic served chilled with chocolate because of its abundance of black berry and ripe raspberry fruit. You've got to try it at this great price!
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If ever a wine was made to drink with chocolate, this is it! Luscious rich berry flavours and rose petal aromas.
£14.99 (37.5cl)
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Posted on 07/04/2020
by Danielle
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