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Saturday, 14 October 2017

Wines for Curry Week

Two wines for Curry Week - Cune and Robert Oatley

October 9th - 15th is Curry Week - if you didn't already know. According to research, the most popular curry is a korma, traditionally a sweetish, slightly bland coconut-based dish.

Indian curries are not always a natural match for wine, being rather heavy and rich and needing a pint (or two) of beer; if, however, you like the more delicate and nuanced flavours of a Thai coconut curry, here are two that will match.

Cune Barrel Fermented Blanco 2016 (£10.15, Waitrose, The Co-op) orchard fuits and pineapple, with oaky, leesy minerality and good underpinnings. Clean, pure and harmonious.

Good.

Robert Oatley Signature Riesling 2015 (£13.15, Cambridge Wine Merchants and other independents) classic flintsmoke-dieselly nose with ripe, zippy lemon-lime, pineapple and a fresh, pebbly mineral backbone.

Good.

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