Traditionally ham is most often at the center of the table on Easter Sunday as families and friends gather to celebrate this special day. A excellent way to serve the wine at the table along with the ham is a wine barrel stemware holder to hold the glasses and bottle until serving time. This leaves the question for wine lovers of what wine to serve in that holder along with that ham.
Ham can be a little tricky to pare a quality wine with since it is so salty and then most often topped with a very sweet glaze. Foods with lots of salt will require a wine with low tannin levels since those with high tannins will seem bitter when pared with salt.
For Easter hams a medium bodied white wine will pare up well to counter the salty flavor along with the sweet glaze. Look for a viognier or riesling white wine to serve, and look for ones that feature a fruit accent to compliment the glaze for the ideal paring.
Of course for those who just absolutely prefer a red wine there are combinations that will still pare well with ham but maybe not quite as well as these mentioned white wines will.