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The holiday season is a time of joy, celebration, and of course, delightful feasts. As we gather around the table for our Christmas meals, the perfect wine pairing can elevate our dining experience to new heights.

Winter Beer & Food Pairings

Whether you’re savouring a roasted turkey, indulging in a rich beef Wellington, or enjoying a light seafood starter, we can help you find the ideal wine to accompany each course of your festive feast. Let’s explore the best wine pairings for a truly memorable Christmas meal.

  • L’Acadie La Vie en Rose ($31.99): This rosé wine would pair nicely with appetizers like smoked salmon or shrimp cocktails. Its light and fruity notes can complement the delicate flavours of seafood.
  • Riunite Lambrusco ($17.99): A sparkling red like Lambrusco is a great choice for dishes with a sweet and savoury balance, such as glazed ham or duck. Its bubbly nature can cut through the richness of the meat.
  • Perlapp Spumante ($25.99): Ideal for toasting and as an aperitif, this sparkling wine also pairs well with light starters or salads, adding a festive touch to the beginning of the meal.
  • Mas des Tourelles Red ($23.99): Pair this robust red wine with traditional main courses like roast beef or lamb. Its full-bodied nature complements the hearty flavours of these meats.
  • Elixio Graffigna Malbec ($14.99): Malbecs are versatile and can be paired with a variety of meats, making it a suitable choice for Christmas turkey, especially when served with richer, darker gravies or sauces.
  • Gen 5 Sauvignon Blanc ($34.99): A great choice for vegetable side dishes, especially those with green vegetables like brussels sprouts or green beans. Its crispness can refresh the palate.


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