I had fish tacos tonight for dinner, and had a Sierra Nevada Pale Ale with them, because I really didn't know what wine to open. The tacos were in corn tortillas, with cabbage, onion, cilantro, salsa verde, and a squeeze of lime.
Bella is always rightquote:Originally posted by seanr7:
I think Bella is right, try the 2004 Kim Crawford SB with that dish.
Bella is always right [/QUOTE]quote:Originally posted by Bella Donna:
quote:Originally posted by Hunter:
quote:Yuck what fish tacos, kim crawford or Bella?
I agree. NZ SB's are always great, and Kim Crawford is one of the best, but I wouldn't put it with tacos. Cilantro and lime (some lime) do amazing things with a good Pinor Noir or Geturtz, but then there's the salsa. Plus, wines in the price range of a _good_ PN or Gewurtz aren't what I'd have with tacos.quote:Originally posted by Vinyrd Skynyrd:
The best match would be Jennj07's original idea of Sierra Nevada Pale Ale.
If you must pop a wine, choose one under $5, b/c anything better doesn't deserve to have salsa, cilantro and lime inflicted upon it.