Balti wine took four years to develop after research in collaboration with Manchester University's food science department which helped them find the right grapes to use. Balti comes in three whites and two reds and each have a 'chilli rating' to help drinkers choose which one is appropriate for their food.

The Independent looks at the success of the Balti Wine, a wine developed to enjoy with your curries. The wine took four years to develop after research in collaboration with Manchester University's food science department which helped them find the right grapes to use. Balti comes in three whites and two reds and each have a ‘chilli rating' to help drinkers choose which one is appropriate for their food. The Independent says:

Restaurant owners were enthusiastic right from the start, he says. “A lot of them have no wine knowledge and they're scared of the names of European wines, which mean nothing to them. Our idea was so simple – the three-chilli wine goes with vindaloo, the two-chilli wine goes with something milder, and so on.”

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