Whether you celebrate spring with a family feast of ham, lamb or cabbage and carrots, here are 5 great wines to enjoy!
2007 Schramsberg “Blanc de Blancs.” A terrific domestic sparkling wine. Great with oysters or on its own.
2010 Lewis Cellars Chardonnay, Napa. A full-bodied and delicious chardonnay that’s great with matzoh ball soup or sturgeon.
2010 Domaine de Perriere Sancerre. Vibrant lemon/lime citrus notes and refreshing acidity make this a wine that I keep coming back to. With its herbal and grassy notes, this wine is perfect with smoked fish or a goat cheese plate.
2009 Aberrant Cellars “Carpe Noctum” Pinot Noir. Another great example of Willamette pinot. Raspberry and strawberry fruit with red floral aromatics and well-balanced acidity make it extremely versatile, so serve this with your ham or your lamb.
2009 Covenant Cabernet Sauvignon, Napa. A delicious Napa cab with cherry, plum and cassis notes. Full bodied, complex and delicious… it also happens to be Kosher, although you don’t have to be to enjoy this wine!
Not wanting to cook, or maybe you want to just order a glass of wine? Join us at The Little Nell for Easter/Passover meals.
Jonathan Pullis is a master sommelier and the wine director for The Little Nell.