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Good quality sparkling wine shouldn’t be saved just for special occasions, there’s something about it that works particularly well with Indian spicing.
We’ve chosen three very different styles of Rosé, all of which make good food partners as well as working nicely as an aperitif wine.
These wines all have refreshing acidity and tend to be weightier and richer as you move down the list. They will make a happy marriage with fish and seafood in particular.
We found that these wines, although mostly on the dry side, are softer and with their more pronounced fruitiness make very versatile partners for spicy dishes of all types.
These wines are glycerine-rich and so have noticeable ‘legs’. They are also packed with aromatics and this makes them ideal partners for richer, weightier dishes like poultry and meat from the tandoor.
The fresh acidity of these wines harmonises with sharper accented dishes, while the soft tannins make them appropriate both for fish dishes and chilli spice. Wines from this section often make the best matches with game, especially the Pinot Noirs.
Full–flavoured and full-bodied, these are for people who like more firmly structured wines. They work well with dark meats and stronger flavours.
These wines are mostly sourced from warmer climates, which encourages aromatic characteristic of the grapes to develop more fully, making them ideal matches for spice-rich dishes.
There’s been a real explosion of creativity in brewing across the country in a broad range of styles. All our beers are brewed in England, some from right in our own neighborhood.