Food pairing with Muscat wine depends on the species. Fortified wines are best tasted without food, allowing their bouquet of flavors to open up. Dry, semi-dry, semi-sweet, and sparkling varieties are perfect as accompaniments to dishes. For example, sparkling wine goes well with desserts, such as chocolate, fruit desserts, cakes, and classic cheesecakes. It is also an excellent pairing with cheese assortments, white meat, and fish. Semi-dry and semi-sweet varieties complement spicy cuisine well, creating a unique balance with the rich flavors of dishes. Thai, Vietnamese, and Indian dishes are excellent choices for such wines. Dry Muscat wines are ideal for vegetarian cuisine, as all vegetables, including asparagus, cucumbers, spinach, and tomatoes, go well with them. Seafood, such as mussels, squid, shrimp, and sea fish, also pairs well.
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