Foods from South East Asia re bold, bright and tasty. Lots of spice, sour and sweet flavors combine perfectly across a whole range of dishes. Because of the bold flavor combinations it can be difficult to choose wines that pair well with food from this part of the world.
That's where this infographic from P.F. Changs really helps. They have set out to offer some perfect wine pairing tips for a range of foods from South East Asia.
Fancy some Thai beef and noodle salad? Go for a Pinot Noir. Find yourself leaning for some crispy Vietnamese prawn rolls? Best option for wine is actually Brut Champagne.
The infographic also breaks down some of the key flavors used in South East Asian foods from mint and Thai basil to mango, lime and sriracha.
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