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Soy Sauce

Soy Sauce

Pairing Suggestions

Soave (Italy)
Riesling (Germany)

Rhône South (France)
Garnacha (Spain)

Other Alternatives:

Champagne (France)
Champagne Method (Any)
Cava (Spain)
Prosecco (Italy)
Sekt (Germany)


Soy Sauce is based on fermented Soybeans, and the dominant taste is saltiness and umami flavors.

Soy Sauce can accentuate sourness and tannins in wines and make a wine taste flat.

When served with Sushi or Sashimi, unoaked Chardonnays and Rieslings can work quite nice as well as dry sparkling wines.

For meat dishes, red wines with moderate or low tannins like Rhône South (GSM) or Grenache and Carignan wines with some umami qualities pair best.

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