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For a simple roast with a hint of lemon and thyme, an unoaked Chardonnay or a Pinot Noir would make a lovely match as these wines won't overpower the flavour of the chicken. If your dish is cooked using strong flavours, go for bolder reds or aromatic whites that will stand up to the herbs and spices.
A Thai green curry goes well with an aromatic Riesling, whereas a spicy chicken could be paired with a spicy Aussie Shiraz. If you are serving chicken in a rich, creamy sauce complement it with a rich, oaky Chenin Blanc or a white Burgundy.