Can you pair wine with Thai food? Say you're eating spicy duck larb , a fresh green papaya salad with chilies, fish sauce, and lime juice, plus rich pad thai with shrimp , and a green curry with eggplant. Is there a wine that will taste good with all those dishes? We asked our crew of sommeliers for advice on picking a wine that will work.
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When it comes to alcoholic beverages, beer is often touted as the drink of choice to serve with Chinese food. In reality, the Chinese have been avid wine drinkers for centuries. But unlike the more familiar French and Italian grape wine varieties, traditional grain-based Chinese wines haven't completely caught on in the west.