Easter dinner, with its rich, salty ham, can be a difficult meal with which to match a wine. Some reds will be too tannic, and some whites can be too buttery. Typically, light, fruity and crisp wines work well.
Since we make all our wine on-site in our Brookfield store, so it is only fitting that we also offer locally made snacks and treats. One of our newest additions is Plymouth’s Sartori Cheese. We currently carry four varieties, all available for purchase for consumption in-store or to take home. Continue reading
Thanksgiving is upon us, and with it, mounds of turkey and ham, buttery mashed potatoes, classic green bean casserole, 8 kinds of pie (if you’re a dessert-loving family like ours), and the age-old question, “What wine do I drink with my turkey dinner?” Fear not, for Water 2 Wine is here to help.
The easiest answer, of course, is “Drink the wine you love!” But of course, there are some that think that answer is way too simple. Muscato with salad? Spicy Shiraz with sweet potatoes? Port with ham? We think those are great, but if you’re looking to find the perfect pairing that enhances both the wine and the food, look to the simple rule we follow:
If it grows together, it goes together.