Rani: The feminine of Raja, or the wife of a raja. A princess or queen in India or the East Indies. Rani and Ranee come from the Hindi and Sanskrit Rani = Queen; Also Maharani = Great Queen.
Edible gold leaf is used to decorate many Indian dishes and sweets. And the golden sunsets over the Thar desert in Rajasthan are unforgettable
Mediterranean sun-drenched aromatic Rani Gold™ has just a touch of sweetness to tame the flames. It has a mix of Aromatic Muscat 50% in the blend nicely balanced by the mouth watering refreshing 50% Cava blend Macabeo, Parellada and Xarel-lo. Alcohol 11.5% vol.
™is reminiscent of Alphonso mangoes plucked freshly off a tree. ™iis Off Dry and Aromatic and ideal for Hot & Spicy dishes such as Chicken Jalfrezi or Vindaloo.
We loved Alsace wines with spicy food but thought we could do even better. As you can see we use similar tall bottles in homage. But we find that 100% aromatic grapes like Gewurztraminer, Riesling and Muscat are instantly appealing but soon get quite sickly after a glass or two. That's why we blended in the crisp Cava Mix. And then the natural CO2 adds another level of crisp mouth-watering balance to the blend.
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Wine for Spice Limited is a founder member and organiser of The Association of Small Direct Wine-Merchants (ASDW) which was formed, as the name implies, by a group of British independent small wine merchants directly selling to the general public via mail order and the internet.