Planning to join in on Chinese New Year celebrations? Decanter restaurant critic Fiona Beckett gives tips for pairing wines with popular Chinese dishes, from a Western perspective. You can also read about matching wines with some more traditional Chinese cuisine on our sister site, DecanterChina. What to drink on any given occasion depends where you come from so we in Europe and the US have a different perception of the kind of wines to pair with Chinese food to people living in China. Dry riesling is a good match with Cantonese food but is generally less successful with fiery Sichuanese dishes which pair better with an off-dry style.
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Hi Wine for Normal People listeners! Welcome to the podcast page. For more info, please go to winefornormalpeople. We couldn't hit every food, or every wine, but this sampling was done at our kitchen table -- as an experiment with Chinese, Thai, Japanese, and Indian foods.
Wines to drink with Chinese food
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Pairing wine with Asian cuisine has long felt like a gamble. The many layers of ingredients and flavors featured in one dish and the simultaneous serving of multiple dishes can make pairing wine with Asian food overly complicated and risky. The safest bets seem to be a beer, a sweet cocktail, or water. But a few key tips can make wine pairings with Asian food easy, mutually enhancing both the wine and the meal. Balance is the basic consideration when pairing wine with Asian dishes.