Korean cuisine

Korean cuisine is specialised in preserving technique, from vegetable, seafood to meat. Garlic, spring onion, chili, soya sauce, soya bean sauce, spicy sauce and rice vinegar are widely used for seasoning. Korean dishes are usually quite strong in taste and often spicy. A rich, fruit dry german red wine such as Trollinger, Dornfelder, or a german white wine such as a fruit yet dry style Pinot Gris would be a good choice for accompanying Korean meal.
For Korean grilled meat dishes, a german Lemberger, Pinot Meunier (Schwarzriesling) from German red wine region Württemberg makes a good accompany.
Hot pot dishs such as kimchi soup, spicy tofu pot are generally quite salty with generous galic, high tannin wines should be avoided  and a fruity and generous style wine can refresh the taste bud. A dry Sparkling Wine, Silvaner or Portugieser would bring out this refreshing effect.

 

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