Vin Gris, French for “grey wine”, is a medium-bodied, salmon-hued wine made from red wine grapes (which are called black grapes) but are almost without color. While it is well known in Madagascar, there are well different types of wine.
For a cool relaxing THB (Three Horses Beer), a pilsener, is a good choice in Madagascar. Quite why it has an English name, I have no idea. It comes in four variations at least: fresh (lemon), mint, pomme (apple) and framboise (strawberry).