|What wines are you serving with Easter dinner?
Forget the same old, same old. Pour something special to talk about over Easter dinner.
Think of Lachryma Christi (“Tears of Christ”). Or Saint Joseph “Offerus” from Jean Louis Chave: It comes from France’s great Rhone appellation named after Joseph of Arimathea, who donated his own prepared tomb for the burial of Jesus after the crucifixion.
Both wines are delicious and can precipitate a dinner table discussion about the meaning of Easter. Read more about them.
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Serve a real Easter wine this year. Photo
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