You could drink something like a cru Beaujolais or a young pinot noir but if I was going for a French wine I’d plump for an aromatic white – an Alsace riesling or sylvaner or a zesty sauvignon blanc from the Loire. Dry riesling from elsewhere would also work, obviously, or a Marlborough sauvignon from New Zealand.
What alcohol goes with Thai green curry?
An off-dry riesling or pinot gris ought to work with this dish – sweetness always helps when chilli is involved. However, I’ve trialled many wines over the years and always come back to the same conclusion: sauvignon blanc from New Zealand or Chile.
What wine is available in Thailand?
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Does pinot noir go with Thai food?
“Light, crisp white wines with a bit of sweetness (like an off-dry Riesling) are safe zones when pairing with Thai food. However, if you are in the mood for red wine, go for light-bodied, light tannin, and high acidity wines like Pinot Noirs or Gamays.
What drink goes with Thai red curry?
The fruit complements the spice. Wines which have the scent of tropical flowers or exotic fruits will match well with the same notes in Thai dishes. Riesling and other German/Alsace wines such as Gewûrztraminer or Pinot Gris again score well here. Other examples include Viognier, Chenin Blanc and Argentinian Torrontés.
What red wine goes with Thai green curry?
So I suggest a youthful Mosel, Rheingau, or Rheinhessen wine. Perhaps of Spätlese level to ensure some riper flavours to work with the chilli. This will be around 8 to 10 per cent alcohol, which will give you some sweetness too.
Can you drink alcohol in Thailand?
Drinking area – Thailand is a highly religious country that is intolerant of profane activities. Drinking alcohol is illegal in places including temples, worship sites, pharmacies, gas stations, public offices, public parks and schools. Lawbreakers will face imprisonment of six months and or a fine of over 10,000 Baht.