Wine of the Week: Co-op Chilean Gewurztraminer
Gewürztraminer is the ideal accompaniment to a spicy take-away meal. But dont pay through the nose: take away this affordable Chilean from Co-op
Desperate for something to drink with your Indian, Chinese or Thai supper tonight? Then look no further than your nearest Co-op, who have just added a new Chilean Gewürztraminer to their range.
Produced in the Rapel Valley of Chile, this good-value white has an intensely exotic aroma of roses, and the equally attractive flavours of lychee and mango. The tangy orange-like bite on the finish is perfect to cut through the chillies andflavours of ethnic food. This is why its the perfect foil for Peking duck and plum sauce as well as prawn Madras.
And at just £4.49 a bottle, this is far cheaper than a standard French Alsace Gewürztraminer. Youll enjoy it most when its well chilled.
Co-op Chilean Gewürztraminer £4.49
22nd October, 2001