The eastern cuisine normally is not designed to be enjoyed with wine. However, Latin culture is culturally very attached to the consumption of wines at mealtime. It is important then to choose the right wine.
CAVA CHAMPAGNE AND CHINA
In this case, the best option is a sparkling, champagne or cava although not essential pop a cuvée highly rated, a blanc de blancs (chardonnay ) will refresh your meal without losing their identity flavour.
AROMATIC WHITE DELIGHTS FOR JAPAN
Perhaps the Japanese cuisine is perfectly pairing white wineswith high acidity, such as galician (the Albariño from Rias Baixas, the Valdeorras , the Ribeiro wine fresh.) As for the more complex recipes, such astempura , the teppanyaki or maguro (tuna marinated in spicy), the best option is an aromatic white.
WHITE WITH AGING COMPLEX FOR THAI
The cava and Champagne wines are also ‘off road’ to accompany the cuisines of Southeast Asia: Vietnam, Korea, Thailand, Malaysia … With some remarks: in the case of the kitchen thaï , a spanish wine Rioja.
LACQUERED DUCK WITH RED
A red medium-aged (with only three or four months in barrel) is associated with elegance on the grill, Korean style . And even a Mediterranean wine works well with roast duck , the dish “star” in many Chinese restaurants that enrich the culinary agenda.
Do you like oriental food?. Now you know how to combine with wine,