Wines for Easter

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This Thursday, we've hand-picked a few wines from our April Sale for your Easter dinner table. We'll share some basic food and wine pairing guidelines, so you'll be covered from hors d'oeuvres to glazed ham and even roasted lamb! As always, we encourage you taste with us!



Chasing Harvest Pinot Noir Rosé 2018

Central Otago, New Zealand
$19.99

Here is the wine to match every dish on your table. A Chicago native made this gorgeous 100% Pinot Noir Rose from a single vineyard on the south island of New Zealand. The wine is dry with a plethora of red fruit, floral aromas and a hint of minerality. Fewer than 100 cases were produced!

Charles Smith Wines Kung Fu Girl Riesling 2018

Washington State
$9.99

This is an absolute steal! Riesling, by nature, is very aromatic and this wine is no exception. Aromas of peach, pear, tangy citrus, and honeysuckle make this an easy-drinking, food-friendly wine. It drinks off-dry with a hint of residual sugar, well-balanced by the wine's racy acidity.

Beckmen Cuvee Le Bec 2017

Santa Ynez, California
$17.99

This is a go-to wine in my household, particularly when I'm entertaining and want to to find a wine everyone can enjoy. This is bright and cheerful with cherry, blueberry, and blackberry jam aromas alongside a savory wild herb note. It's medium-bodied with acidity to match making it accessible by all.

Compania de Vinos Atlantico Gordo 2015

Spain
Regular Price $14.99 Special Price $13.99
with Binny's Card

Spain should be on your list for value wines. This relatively unknown region of Yecla in Southern Spain is known for its Monastrell (aka Mourvedre). This full-bodied, vibrant wine is 70% Monastrall, 30% Cabernet Sauvignon. It features dark berries, a pencil shaving minerality, and savory notes to pair with those great herbs on your roasted lamb.