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Sweet or dry, rieslings make a good match for many foods

By Chuck Furuya

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, May 07, 2014

~~<p>I have been pairing German rieslings with Asian-inspired foods for a long time. Slightly sweet, fruity, lower-alcohol wines wonderfully counter salty and spicy components, the same way a bite of cold apple or pineapple would.</p>
<p>Now, an increasing number of dry German wines are coming into the Hawaii market. These versions pair with a different profile of foods.</p>
~~

I have been pairing German rieslings with Asian-inspired foods for a long time. Slightly sweet, fruity, lower-alcohol wines wonderfully counter salty and spicy components, the same way a bite of cold apple or pineapple would.

Now, an increasing number of dry German wines are coming into the Hawaii market. These versions pair with a different profile of foods. Login for more...



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