Now Britain’s Got Talent is back, we’re feeling the ever-strong pull of a great takeaway and a glass of wine…or two. It’s only right that every SuBo moment or dog performing on it’s hind legs, is accompanied with a perfect pairing of wine.
We took the liberty of rounding up some of the nation’s most popular takeaways and matching them with our wines, so you don’t have to. You can thank us Saturday at 8pm.
Chicken Tikka Masala
Just when you thought there was nothing better than a Tikka Masala, our Malbec enters stage right. Its fruity style is so soft and smooth, it doesn’t fight with the spiciness of the curry; making it the ideal duo. Britain’s favourite curry just got the golden buzzer pressed by us.
Chicken Chow Mein
This crowd pleaser has been awarded the prestigious title of the UK’s top takeaway dish and so it goes hand-in-hand with another award winner – our very own fruity Pinot Noir. As Pinot Noir is a lighter red it goes perfectly with chicken, plus doesn’t overpower the more delicate Chinese flavours.
Keeping it a bit lighter? We’ve got a wine for that – our fresh, crisp Albariño and sushi definitely deserves a medal. Albariño comes from a coastal region in northern Spain, where fish and seafood are part of everyday life, so it naturally pairs up with your favourite sashimi.
The best things come in pairs: there was Ant & Dec, Batman & Robin, Timon and Pumbaa, – now we have Malbec & Cheeseburger, another stellar duo. Everyone knows Malbec and red meat are the perfect partners. There is nothing more to say here.
We all aim to have our 5-a-day but more than likely we don’t. Our solution: Veggies on top of your pizza. Sorted. Why not pair it with our crisp Sauvignon Blanc that goes perfectly with the cheese/veg combo. So call up your pizza man and start pouring a glass.
Sounds like a good night in to us.
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Your takeaway of choice not on here? Tweet us @Most_WantedWine and we’ll recommend our pairing. Any excuse to spend more time thinking about wine.