Nice wines I have drunk recently - Red or White

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Ooh. Are those cleanskins worth getting?

yes, great mid week quaffers, I think there was 3 corked out of the 12 I bought, the 91 and 96 are my pick out of the 4. the 90 might have past its peak but could be just my bottles.
 
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I can't find a wine that seems to suit Thai food and usually stick with Singha
 

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I assume you have tried a dry Riesling ? other wise beer is good

No, but I will next time
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I usually go for Viognier or Riesling. Grenache works too with Asian and other spicy foods.

Thanks, I hadn't considered Grenache. It could be a good pairing
 

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I can't find a wine that seems to suit Thai food and usually stick with Singha

Off-dry whites are a great match. The slight sweetness offsets the heat nicely. Spatelese level German Rieslings or something like the Grosset Alea. Gewurtztraminer is another good match.

With a red curry, try a sparkling red. Also a great match for Indian food in general.
 
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