Get Your Restaurant Wine Menu in Order for Spring with Help from Vintage Wine Company

Restaurant Wine Menu
4/22/2019

With spring on its way, owners across the state are starting to plan their restaurant wine menus. Whether you’re a small, casual bistro; a large, extravagant eatery; or anything in between, it’s essential that you create a menu that pairs well with your food and – more importantly – appeals to your guests’ tastes. As spring is a time for fresh foods – wild game, fresh-caught fish, and local vegetables – it’s the season of light, acidic wines and sweet, aromatic wines. Today, we’re going to take a closer look at a few wines that will pair perfectly with your new spring menu.

Prosecco

Let’s start at the end of the meal: dessert. Prosecco is a delicious, much-loved wine that pairs well with pastries, cakes, ice creams, and other dessert items. A sparkling wine that features strong, fruity flavors, Prosecco also pairs wonderfully with citrus-based salads and light appetizers.

Riesling

Sweet, fruity, and acidic, Riesling is a natural complement to Michigan’s favorite fresh-caught fish, including bass, bluegill, salmon, and walleye. Available in several varieties, you can be certain that there’s a perfect fit for your restaurant wine menu, no matter what fish you’re offering.

Pinot Noir

A good all-purpose wine – and a must-have for any wine menu – Pinot Noir is an ideal match for many spring foods. Great when paired with fruits, vegetables, and leafy greens, a selection of Pinot Noir wines is crucial to any menu.

At Vintage Wine Company, our goal is to help our customers create memorable experiences. We know how important wine is to your guests and aim to provide the largest selection of high-quality wines in the area. If you’ve been searching for a new, dependable, and well-versed wine distributor, we encourage you to take a look at our brands and contact us to place your order!

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