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The 7 Best Wines to Serve on Easter

With Easter just under a week away we have put together a list of 7 wines in which we feel will complement whatever you're having for dinner this easter... 


Champagne method sparkling from Burgundy, this Cremant is light and crisp with aromas of yellow fruit such as lemon, pineapple and melon with subtle shades of honey.

The palate it is perfectly balanced with a soft texture and gentle flow of bubbles. Hints of citrus fruit and ripe pear lead to a beautifully long finish.

Try as a classic aperitif or with fish starters.

Bottle £16.95 or 6+ £16.00 each  See More





This wine is grown on 80 hectares of south facing vineyards, all of which are found in the Conca d’Oro (the golden shell), an amphitheatre-shaped valley to the south of Panzano.  This gives it great depth of flavour, with juicy fruit and supple tannins, giving the wine a silky-smooth texture. 

Deep ruby red in colour, with perfumes of sour cherry and plums leading to notes of leather and tobacco. It has great depth of flavour, with juicy fruit and supple tannins, giving way to a silky-smooth texture.  It has a great structure and finishes with a fine mineral note.

Will work well with white meat dishes such as Chicken or Pork or classic red meat dishes too.

Bottle £23.95 or 6+ £22.00 each  See More


Cara Nord is a young winery set up by Tomàs Cusiné (of Castell del Remei fame) in partership with Eric Solomon and Xavier Cepero. It is based west of Barcelona, and just north of Tarragona, in the Conca de Barbera region. Here there are mountain vineyards up to 800m above sea level - 5km from the Monastery of Poblet.

The higher vineyards are surrounded by mountain peaks over 1,000m high. Sustainable agriculture is practised, with minimal intervention, whilst conserving the biodiversity of the surrounding forests. Appealing aromas of raspberry and a touch of slate. The palate has fresh, vibrant berry fruits, minerality and lightly smoky, spicy notes. An intense and broad wine balanced by refreshing acidity.

Great with Classic Easter lamb dishes.

Bottle £14.95 or 6+ £14.00 each See More


Château Larose Pergansons 35 hectares of vineyards are located in St Laurent Médoc on Médocs finest gravelly soils: gunzian gravel from the Quaternary and Pyrenean gravel. It produces consistently award-winning wines at a fraction of the price of its illustrious neighbours (Château Latour). It has created a wine with an intense ruby colour. A jammy nose with roasted coffee and chocolate aromas as well as notes of toasted bread. A racy, fleshy, full-bodied wine with excellent acidity and elegance. The young tannins are already supple and well integrated ensuring a delicate, silky finish. To be enjoyed before up to 2022.

Is there a more classic match than Bordeaux and Lamb?  Go to red every Easter and this classic will finish off the cheese course nicely too. 

Bottle £19.95 or 6+ £19.50 each See More


From the Condado de Huelva, in the South Western most corner of Spain, Edalo Rosado is made using 100% Syrah and is completely unoaked.  Macerated on skins for a short period to take the beautiful pink colour with as little tannin as possible, the Edalo Rosado is a wonderful example of balance in a wine.  Lots of soft red fruit characters of strawberry, raspberry and cherry, the Edalo Rosado also exhibits a wonderful candyfloss character on the nose, which makes it very inviting.  Dry to the finish the fruit profile of the wine gives it a sense of sweetness without being at all sugary. 

A beautiful bottle of Rose wine with is ideal with pan fried seabass and chorizo, or its very tasty with BBQ flavours

Bottle £10.45 or 6+ £10.00 each See More



The Cipreses Sauvignon Blanc is definitely an Estate flagship.  With its numerous awards, including two-time winner for Best Sauvignon Blanc in the World (Concours Mondial du Sauvignon 2010 and Decanter World Wine Awards 2010), this wine is considered Chiles best Sauvignon Blanc and among the best Sauvignon Blancs in the world. Often described as an extremely seductive wine, a mix of stone fruit cocktail, green citrus aromas, wet stones and mineral hints that add an exotic feel. On the palate it is saline, crisp, and clean, resulting in a unique finesse.  A small amount, 7%, is matured in old french oak barrels to add a layer of complexity to the wine, which is a must try for any Sauvignon Blanc enthusiast.

Beautiful with fish dishes, but will work well with green vegetable orientated dishes and spicy dishes too.

Bottle £19.45 or 6+ £18.33 each See More


Like the rising prow of some ancient fossilised ship, the Roche de Soultré dominates the surrounding landscape of the Mâconnais. This limestone escarpment stands tall over the 10 hectare vineyard where Robert Martin and his son, Damien, work their land lutte-raisonnée. Here they create elegant, restrained, mineral driven Mâcon-Davayé and rich, full, but elegant St Véran. These wines are deliciously drinkable and incredible value.

A Classic white Burgundy with no oak, glistening with finesse, such is the tension between elegance and fullness: gentle scents mingle with a lively freshness, the soft and generous Chardonnay fruit is perfectly poised on the palate leading to good length in the finish. Perfect with white meats such as chicken, turkey and pork.

Bottle £15.95 or 6+ £15.00 each See More