RIESLING: Because of the sweetness of a Riesling vintage, these wines work well to tame the heat and acidity of tangy stir-fries. Examples of a stir-fry dish that would go well with a sweet Riesling includes a sweet and sour profile or a spicy offering. Off-dry Rieslings are always a good choice when looking for a complementary wine choice for a sweet or spicy stir-fry. A heavy oak profile can really take away from the bold flavors of a stir-fry, so it is wise to avoid those types of white wines.
ROSÉ: The fruitiness of a rosé will bring out the natural zing of a sweet chile based stir-fry sauce. Roses with a bit of carbonation will add a little zip to your stir-fry meal, enhancing the overall taste and texture. A nice sparkling rose will be a great addition to a Thai-inspired stir-fry dish, especially if it is heavy on the vegetables.
VERMENTINO: This incredibly versatile wine is perfect for stir-fries because of the complex flavors often present in this dish. The light crispness of a Vermentino wine makes it an ideal choice for pairing with dishes with predominant herb and spice flavor profiles.