stripybagalmost 2 yearsAny ideas? I am entertaining in August, making goat curry, Beef Madras, Lamb Keema and Pork with coconut. What wine goes?🍷9 comments,4 shares,0 likesstripybagalmost 2 yearsThanks @Hari Ghotra 🍴🍷Hari Ghotraalmost 2 yearsSounds fantastic @stripybag I would agree that a Malbec is fantastic as is jurancon if you can get it. My other fav is champagne or a light sparkling wine with indian food is amazing!! Thanks @Damian Greenstripybagalmost 2 yearsOK @andrewsherman , the house will be full, but I’ll share photos.andrewshermanalmost 2 yearsWatch out with that menu, you’ll have us all around 👍 don’t forget to share photos or tips you have please 😉stripybagalmost 2 yearsOK @Damian Green will do.🍷Damian Greenalmost 2 yearsThe Red Snapper I had with this dish was spot on too 60min countdown for the Lamb commences, time to get prep’in the Parathashttps://app.harighotra.co.uk/posts/888?sh=HKrr6JCRDamian Greenalmost 2 years@stripybag Please update what you end up using as I love wine with spicy food. I find it really brings out the deeper flavoursstripybagalmost 2 yearsThanks @Damian Green, I love Malbec so that is good news🍷Damian Greenalmost 2 yearsChenin and Sauvignon blanc are good whites that stand up to heat and spice, likewise Cabernet Sauvignon and Shiraz, and merlot are great reds to go also. Have a look on the back of the bottle with new world wines normally gives a good match. Red wine is definitely an easier match but with beef try Malbec too.