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What Type Of Wine Is Good With Fish

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emmie | 06:11 Wed 09th May 2018 | Food & Drink
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would it be a dry white, or something else, any suggestions would be welcome
likely it will have to come from waitrose as that is my nearest shop.
but if sainsburys do anything special let me know...

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A chilled dry white would do the job nicely.
I quite enjoy Mavrodaphne of patras
its very sweet quite strong and drowns the taste of the fish which I don't like
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wbm, anyone,
have you a you any suggestions of region, country, type of wine. I get a dry white, that would be good..
Sounds reasonable johnny! :o}
There are many good ones emmie, French, Italian, English, Spanish, Australian, New Zealand. One of my favourites is the Marlborough region of New Zealand.
Sauvignon Blanc or Chablis, Emmie.

(Chablis can be expensive)
What fish are you having and what are you serving it with?
a little grigio from Italy if you like your wines on the lighter side and if the poisson is delicate - a Gavi also from Italy for the meatier fish....you could always go for a light red and chill down a Beaujolais and I would go for the Villages - flavour and depth to it than the young stuff....a 2016 would work well.
The rules have all been relaxed nowadays...have whatever you like best...I always go for a rose from Languedoc/ Roussillon area but I am very fond of a mateus Rose.....but if you fancy a red just go for it!
Italian Soave or Orvietto Classico, French Sauvignon blanc
I agree with MallyJ 07.40.
Drink the wine that you like.
There have never been any "Rules". Drink what you enjoy the most.
There you are emmie. Take your pick and drink what you like. The idea of matching wine to food is to try and make sure one doesn't overpower the other.
Have a look at this wine/fish pairing guide - it may help you to narrow down your choice of wine which might better suit the texture of the fish you are intending to serve:-

http://winefolly.com/tutorial/wine-with-fish-pairing-guide/
Co-op's own at £4.49
Portuguese Vinho Verde
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Know what you mean.

Any as long as it fills a pint glass.
Sancerre, Chablis, or Muscadet..

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