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How about some wine with those spring dishes?
March 22nd, 2011

Weinberg’s Wine Notes #146 - Post-Paddy Day Wines

 The Sonoma Coast near sunset

Spring lamb is probably the most popular seasonal meat, particularly during the Passover and Easter holidays.  Pinot Noir would be a traditional match, and I really liked Stickybeak’s offering from the Sonoma Coast, colored like a red Jolly Rancher candy and full of orange zest and cranberry.  A live-wire finish brings all of the parts together.

Recommended:

Stickybeak Pinot Noir Sonoma Coast 2009 (Sonoma County, California) $20



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