Austrian wines have been getting quite a lot of attention lately in the way of food pairings. A large push has been set forward by the AWMB for Asian inspired cuisine. Publications like the Chicago Tribune have highlighted this fact stating, “The crisp stylings of Austrian wines do make them useful for the growing roster of fiery Asian foods we enjoy.”
But Asian fusion is not the only pairing suggestion.
The New Jersey Monthly posted an article on Oct. 7th highlighting the fact they paired Fried Green Tomatoes with Gruner Veltliner. Who would have thought?
The Herald Tribune out of Sarasota, FL suggested pairing Gruner Veltliner with Shrimp Mousse with Dill Pistachio Pesto for your holiday parties.
The Washington Post suggested pairing Anton Bauer 2008 with a dinner of Pork and Plums over spaetzle.
Food and Wine posted an article about pairing Gruner Veltliner with Zucchini Linguine with Herbs. Sounds delicious!
Purple Liquid: a wine and food diary blog recommended pairing Gruner Veltliner with Redwood Hill Goat Cheese.
Last month Dr. Vino requested suggestions for a wine to pair with cucumber soup. Austrian wines were in high suggestion.
Gruner Veltliner has also been widely suggested for pairings with salads and other vegetables that can be overpowered by some other white grapes. (That’s great news for me! I love salad!)
Now that I am have decided a delicious pairing of sushi and Gruner will be on tonight’s dinner menu, I leave you to go experiment with your own foods!
For even more pairing suggestions check out the AWMB website.