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Take Out Tastings: Your Go-To Guide For Pairing Wine and Thai

From sweet to sour, salty to spicy, Thai food offers a flavour explosion that Australians love. Most of our major towns and cities have a great selection of Thai takeaway restaurants, making it one of our favourite go-to cuisines, whether it’s a quiet night in or a party with friends.

The breadth of flavours makes wine matching an exciting proposition too, with lots of great combinations to sample. To make your next Thai take out night a tasting extravaganza, follow our wine matching guide for pairings with some of the top Thai menu choices.

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Spicy prawn soup (Tom yum)

This aromatic and deceptively spicy dish will be balanced perfectly with a fragrant wine with generous fruit flavours and crisp acidity.

Matching wine styles: Light and aromatic whites

Pair with: Gewürztraminer, off-dry Riesling, or Rosé

Vegetarian spring rolls

A wine with zesty acidity and a zippy mouth-feel is perfect with the crispy crunch of a spring roll.

Matching wine styles: Sparkling or dry whites

Pair with: Sparkling wine, dry (young) Riesling, or Pinot Grigio

Pad Thai

Choose a zesty white with loads of yellow fruit depth and no oak influence to accompany this flavoursome dish.

Matching wine styles: Dry whites

Pair with: Riesling (slightly aged) or Arneis, Fiano

Thai beef salad

A dry and crisp wine with bright fruit freshness is ideal with the fragrant mix of chilli, herbs and crisp vegetables in this salad.

Matching wine styles: Rosé or aromatic whites

Pair with: Dry Rosé, Sauvignon Blanc, or Grüner Veltliner

Chicken green curry

This spicy dish will be offset perfectly with a white variety with generous fruity sweetness, but fresh citrussy acidity to balance it all out.

Matching wine styles: Medium white and textural whites

Pair with: Off-dry Riesling, Verdelho or Chardonnay

If you’re looking for great all-rounders to match with a Thai feast, go for Sparkling with dishes featuring flavours like lemongrass and basil, but avoid chilli. Rosé is another great choice, especially the sweeter styles with spicy dishes. Speaking of a touch of sweetness, off-dry Rieslings are also delicious with the spicier seafood dishes.

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Two Blues Sauvignon Blanc 2014
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