Rieslings are extremely versatile with Indian, Japanese, Chinese and Thai dishes
Riesling is a white grape indigenous to Germany, but now widely grown in cool areas throughout the world. It can produce light to medium bodied wines (dependent on climate) and very high acidity allows it to make a spectrum of wines from bone dry, to off-dry to lusciously sweet dessert wines.
Off-dry Rieslings are extremely versatile with Indian, Japanese, Chinese and Thai dishes and also work well with pork, river fish and goat cheese. This style works especially well with Japanese dishes like sushi and sashimi.
Five to try:
Kendermann Riesling Loss Trocken
Dr Loosen Riesling
Aldi Exquisite Clare Valley Riesling
Leitz Magdalenenkreuz Riesling Kabinett
Donnhof Riesling QbA