What wines pair with hardboiled eggs?

This Sunday is the first Sunday after the first full moon after the Equinox. And you know what that means. Bunnies, candy and hiding colored eggs. But what to drink with the eggs after you find them? We’ll be popping some corks and trying to answer that question. If the wines don’t match the eggs, they very well might match the rest of your Sunday Menu. Come taste.



We’ll be tasting three red wines that are arriving today. a Chianti, a Mencia and a Teroldigo. Something for everybody.


2020 Giovanni Rosso, Etna Bianco $25
100% Carricante
Lightly fragrant and loaded with finesse, this focused white opens with delicate aromas of white spring flower, rosemary, thyme and Mediterranean brush. Smooth and fresh, the palate boasts a weightless, understated elegance that seamlessly offsets ripe yellow pear, juicy Meyer lemon and savory saline notes.

Was $30, Now $25

2017 Giovanni Rosso, Etna Rosso $28
100% Nerello Mascalese
Intense, complex bouquet on the nose with Mediterranean citrus sensations, followed by aromas of violet, bergamot, wet stone, forest leaves and elegant hints of white pepper. Velvety, harmonious and fresh on the palate with sustained acidity and a neat, savory long finish.

Was $35, Now $28


2021 Maison Calvet, Vouvray ‘Beau Rocher’ $17
Chenin Blanc
A very old school Demi Sec Vouvray where the slight sweetness balance out the acidity. Rich mouthfeel and fruit notes. Goes great with Easter ham.

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