Best served quite cold and makes a fantastic aperitif before dinner for you and your guests. It also goes down well as an accompaniment to spicy food such as either Thai or Indian as the high acid with the residual sweetness can cut through even the strongest of flavors. The great integration of the two also allows this wine to manage delicate flavors like scallops seared in a light garlic butter with a simple salad. Tasting Note: 'Delicate floral and mineral characters on the nose introduce this boldly sweet fruited wine. Pure citrus flavors coat the palate and integrate well with the residual sweetness. The crisp acid and low alcohol balances the sweetness giving the wine great presence, harmony and length.'