One thing is certain, with shrimp, white is essential, preferably with a nice liveliness. Fresh and fruity, this is often the Sauvignon grape variety that we will seek out.
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Seasoned in a pan with curry, shrimp are a treat! Although this spice will delight your palate, this symbol of Indian cuisine can scare oenophiles. Let’s call to the rescue the exotic fruits of Sauvignon. Powerful wines from Bordeaux, Grave or Entre-deux-mers will be perfect.
CHATEAU DU CROS – MAYNE DU CROS 2014 – WHITE
The shrimp ceviche is very different. Acidic and less spicy, this time it will be called a Sauvignon de Loire.
VIGNOBLES BERTHIER – SANCERRE WHITE 2016 – WHITE
As for the shrimp spring rolls with a fatty and crunchy texture, let’s stick with a Loire Sauvignon, with even more freshness to balance the fat of the spring roll.
DOMAINE DYCKERHOFF – REUILLY BLANC 2016 – WHITE