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Lo Mein (Chinese Noodles Boiled)

Lo Mein

Pairing Suggestions

Sauvignon Blanc (France)
Sauvignon Blanc (New Zealand)
Sauvignon Blanc (World)

Other Excellent Alternatives

Champagne (France)
Prosecco (Italy)
Cava (Spain)
Sekt (Germany)
Sparkling (World)


Mein or Mian is the Chinese word for 'noodles'. Lo Mein are 'tossed noodles', boiled and drained, not fried.

Chow Mein are 'fried noodles'. This is the difference beetwen Lo Mein and Chow Mein.

Soy sauce and vegetables call for a crispy and grassy Sauvignon Blanc. Its acidity and herbaceous flavors complement the dish.

Sauvignon Blanc is an aromatic wine and therefore usually not oaked aged. Winemakers prefer to show the fruit and typical green bell pepper aroma.

France and New Zealand make 2 very different styles of Sauvignon Blanc. France is known for its elegant style while New Zealand for its tropical and herbaceous one.

Bubbles are always a great choice.

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