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You should write a book. I'm trying to get better...

2007-12-24T05:37:00.000-08:00

You should write a book. I'm trying to get better with my wine knowledge, but sometimes when I walk into a wine shop, I feel like I'm just throwing darts at the bottles to see what I end up with. This is one of the best explanations I have read in a long time. You boiled it down to the best of the basics.



It is always a good thing to pair wine with food. ...

2007-12-21T21:37:00.000-08:00

It is always a good thing to pair wine with food. However, there is little awareness in most places of fruit wines. Very often, especially with Indian and other Asian food, fruit wines go better than grape wines ever could. I am not sure if any fruit wines are available in India but if they are not then they will be because India is becoming a strong destination for the best that the world has to offer.

I find, personally, that strawberry and peach wines go well with vegetarian Indian food and passion fruit wine and cider (apple wine) go well with biriyani. When a meal consists of paratthas or nan and meat then mead (honey wine) or metheglin ale (a kind of wine-beer hybrid made from a mix of honey and hops) go really well as does perry (pear wine).

Thanks for the suggestions in advance and thanks for a nice post which should get everyone drunk with joy (pun wholly intended.)

~Mehul Kamdar



brilliant writeup! concise and very informative. I...

2007-12-21T11:50:00.000-08:00

brilliant writeup! concise and very informative. I do like to study wines in my spare time, and I can say that your summary is really helpful for amateurs!!

-Henry Watson



Asha, HC - thanks for the vote of confidence!Helen...

2007-12-21T09:38:00.000-08:00

Asha, HC - thanks for the vote of confidence!

Helen - I am a novice too, that's the reason I thought this might be helpful to people like me:)

Gaurav - thanks for the tips buddy! will keep that in mind:)



Nice post Mansi ...here are a few pointers for fre...

2007-12-21T08:07:00.000-08:00

Nice post Mansi ...here are a few pointers for french wine ...Chablis goes well with seafood. For desserts & entremets (sweet course) choose any wine from the Sauterne region of France :)



wow, this is actually pretty helpful info for a no...

2007-12-21T07:27:00.000-08:00

wow, this is actually pretty helpful info for a novice like me! I think I have a better idea what to buy for my party this wekend now:)

~Helen



I do agree when i serve wine with Indian or spicy ...

2007-12-21T05:55:00.000-08:00

I do agree when i serve wine with Indian or spicy food i too tend to give sweeter or lighter rosie or white wine.
Even though i like my self a red wine.
A very good post



Great post! We do buy Wine for weekends sometimes,...

2007-12-21T05:06:00.000-08:00

Great post! We do buy Wine for weekends sometimes, but not often.