France | Savoie | Vin du Bugey Of all our “Spicy Food Wines,” this one might best complement ultra-spicy food. It checks all the boxes: effervescent, low-alcohol, low-tannin, and off-dry.
The ’97 and ’95 are excellent, riper vintages, while the ’94 is an earthier expression. And then there’s the ’89... The ’97 and ’95 are excellent, riper vintages, while the ’94 is an earthier expression. And then there’s the ’89...
France | Beaujolais | Beaujolais-Villages If you’ve never enjoyed red beans and rice, this wine is a delicious excuse to try it! If not the classic Louisiana bean dish, pair with another variation of spicy beans.
France | Corsica | Vin de France The chalky minerality, the salt sea, the bitter tinge of ripe Rolle grapes—you combine that with fish soup or fish stew and you will revel in the result. Another way to go would be to serve a charcuterie platter.
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