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The Perfect Easter Food And Wine Pairings

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Robyn Foyster Robyn Foyster has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team

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Apr 03, 2021

Here’s some excellent tips on how to perfectly pair your food and wine this Easter.

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A complex and layered chardonnay with stone fruits, citrus and cashew flavours perfect for an Easter lunch feast. A generous mouth-filling texture and racy cool climate acidity provides exceptional balance. Best served slightly chilled to allow the flavours to shine. 

Recommended Easter food pairings: This Devil’s Corner chardonnay teams beautifully with a wide variety of Aussie seafood dishes for Easter – think fresh oysters, grilled barramundi, prawns with a zesty dipping sauce or mussels. It will also complement any wild mushroom dish like pasta.

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With cherry, red berry and spice, this premium wine has all the striking intensity and length of a very cool grown pinot, and is the perfect Easter dinner wine. A deep crimson red, this Devil’s Corner pinot noir displays a juicy fruit-driven palate with a crisp, savoury texture and fine tannins.

 Recommended Easter food pairings: A pinot noir with this intensity and concentration screams out for chargrilled lamb cutlets marinated in a chimichurri and served with roasted potatoes. Or try it with whole roasted duck, Mediterranean vegetables and a deep red wine jus.

A dry rosé that’s fruit-driven and delicate salmon pink blush in colour. Ultra-smooth and savoury on the palate with bright floral notes, a hint of strawberries and watermelon and subtle spice. This is a rosé that’s uniquely Tasmanian, from a place unlike anywhere else. 

Recommended Easter food pairings: It will work well with a wide range of seafood dishes especially salmon and tuna. But, try it as Easter’s charcuterie board wine with lighter cheeses like camembert and brie.

ABOUT DEVIL’S CORNER

Located along Tasmania’s east coast, Devil’s Corner is home to the wild. Created between Devil’s Corner and the deep blue sea, they’re at the mercy of nature in their wild corner of Tasmania where the difference of a second, minute, hour or day, can mean the difference between greatness and devastation. But, instead of fighting the elements, the Devil’s Corner team has learned to lean into them; harnessing and taming one of the most difficult grapes in the world in one of the wildest environments on earth to make high quality cool-climate wines.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

By Robyn Foyster Robyn Foyster has been verified by Muck Rack's editorial team

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Robyn Foyster is the owner and publisher of the lifestyle websites TheCarousel.com, GameChangers.com.au and WomenLoveTech.com.

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