What type of wine goes well with Thai food?

What kind of alcohol goes with Thai food?

The sweet muskiness of Pinot Gris works well with most Thai dishes, while a sweet Riesling goes with Thai-spiced seafood, stir-fries, and salads. Do you prefer beer with your food? Citrusy, spicy beers go best with hot and sour Thai dishes, while beef salad is the ideal match for an ice-cold Singha beer.

What wine goes best with spicy Thai food?

Zweigelt. Sweet, sour, and spicy, with a thirst-quenching character, we highly recommend this light Austrian red wine for Thai eats. It’s hard to go wrong with wines like Riesling, Grüner Veltliner, Chenin Blanc, Sparkling Rosé and Pinot Noir…

What wine goes well with Thai red curry?

Thai Red Curry and Primitivo

The best red wine for Thai red curry is Primitivo, which is light and low in tannins, but has an extremely robust flavor structure with bold aromatics and fruit flavors to boot.

Does Chardonnay go with Thai food?

Rosé with its refreshing white characteristics combined with the sweet aromas of red berries can work well with the wide variety of Thai flavours. Oaky wines such as a lot of Chardonnays do not go well with Thai food. So if Chardonnay is your thing look for one with not too much oak.

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What alcohol goes with Thai curry?

Pinot Gris/Pinot Grigio

Pinot Gris has that little touch of sweetness and muskiness that pairs perfectly with a spicy Thai dishes, try a New Zealand Clare Valley Pinot Gris, or an aromatic French Alsace.

Is Alsace a Riesling?

Alsace Grand Cru AOC just 4% of production

In Alsace, people commonly refer to the varieties as the Noble Grapes of Alsace and they are: Riesling.

What wine goes with coconut curry?

“With spicy coconut curries, I like to pair a lightly sweet Riesling,” says Jon Cross, sommelier/wine director at Hinoki & the Bird in Los Angeles. “The sweetness cuts through the spiciness of the dish, but it also has good acidity.”

What wine goes with Thai peanut sauce?

For salted, roasted peanuts, he recommends an oloroso Sherry: “The richness of flavor and slight salinity of oloroso is perfect. “Savory peanut dishes usually have some spice,” he says. “A little sweetness always pairs well with spice. Try off-dry Riesling from the Pfalz or Mosel or Washington State.