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Tom Yum Gung

This traditional hot and sour soup needs a soft and fruity white to match, which while not heavy in body, should have real intensity of flavour. We had the most success with Semillon/Sauvignon Blanc blends and Western Australia’s Margaret River is home to this country’s best examples of this classic style. It’s worth noting that you do need to be careful of wines with excessive acidity – both here and with any of these dishes - as too much acid in a wine has a habit of making spicy food seem even spicier. Keep an eye out for producers such as Evens & Tate, Vasse Felix, Cape Mentelle and Cullen.

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Angus Hughson

Riesling, Pinot Gris and Pinot Noir are the best wines to pair with Tom Yum Gung.

 
 

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