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Have you ever drank wine with Korean food?:

http://www.koreaherald.com/business/...20101108000606

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On Nov 12, 6:14*am, aesthete8 wrote:
Have you ever drank wine with Korean food?:

http://www.koreaherald.com/business/...20101108000606


Hi,

As far as I know, I have read that Korean food is hard to pair with
Wine due to aggressive scents and intense flavors. A light, dry
Riesling and a crisp Sauvignon Blanc are my personal choices for
Korean meals and it is always better to avoid bright red wines.

http://www.winegrowersdirect.com.au/


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