Fish & Chips
What to drink with... Fish & Chips.
What better way to match the English national dish than with a bottle of English sparkling wine: Herbert Hall Brut. Champagne would work too. The acidity of the wine will cut through the batter and chips and the bubbles will cleanse the palate ready for the next mouthful. Steer clear of the vinegar or lemon: these will just soften any crispiness or crunch in the food. Let the acidity in the wine make that combination in your mouth. Acidic still wines include the white Pinot Noir (really – just try it), Bourgogne-Aligoté (that other white grape variety from Burgundy), Sauvignon Blanc, Chardonnay to list just a few.
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- Jean-Baptiste Lebreuil Savigny-les-Beaune 1er Cru 'Aux Serpentieres', 2012BurgundyPinot Noir
From £35.90 per bottle
- Domaine Fayolle Fils et Fille Crozes-Hermitage Rouge les Pontaix, 2016RhôneSyrah
From £24.10 per bottle
- Villa Sparina Barbera del Monferrato Superiore Rivalta, 2014PiedmontBarbera
From £39.90 per bottle
- La Giaretta della Valpolicella Amarone Classico, 2015VenetoCorvina, Molinara, Rondinella
From £37.50 per bottle
- Domaine de la Janasse Chateauneuf-du-Pape Chaupin, 2012RhôneGrenache
From £50.60 per bottle