Easter Brunch and Dinner Wine Pairings

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I was sent Mirassou® Wine to try and share with my family. All opinions are my own. 

Easter Wine PairingsIt’s time for the big southern brunches and dinners. Families coming together to eat good and share a holiday together. Southerns do it big too, go big or go home. We like big meals filled with a glazed ham and a turkey. My favorite part of Easter is brunch though. I could have breakfast for dinner any night of the week. I thought I’d share some wine pairings to go with some of my favorite Easter brunch and dinners. 

Crepes of Wrath Spicy Baked Eggs
Crepes of Wrath

Easter Brunch Wine Pairings

Brunch is a good time for sparkling wines but I like the light fruity blends like a Riesling or a Mascato. 

Anything with eggs – here are 12 amazing egg recipes to try bursting with flavor – Sparkling Wines (mimosa) 

MuffinsGiant ones

Easter Dinner Wine Pairings

Spiral Cut Honey Glazed Ham – Riesling (White) or Pinot Nior (Red).

Lamb Chops – Mirassou® California Cabernet Sauvignon

Pork Chops or Roast – Merlot

Roasted Chicken – White meat for white wine – Sauvignon Blanc or Chardonnay. Dark Meat goes well with Pinot Nior. 


Recipe-CherryBreadPuddingYou can’t forget dessert! I’d love to try this Cherry Bread Pudding. But I’m also quite fond of my Bird Nest Cookies, a delicious coconut macaroon. 

Plus, I’m sure that there will be plenty of candy and chocolate from the kids! Mascato is my dessert wine of choice. 

I think my Easter basket will be the talk of the holiday though. Way cooler than the kids! 




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Meghan Cooper is a writer, content creator, movie critic, and geek living in Atlanta, Ga. She loves movies, traveling, and lots of coffee. Member of the Southeastern Film Critics Association, Georgia Film Critics Association, and Atlanta Film Critics Circle.

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