The aromas of this wine contain an alluring mix of various citrus, stone, and tropical fruits with tangerine, peach, honeysuckle, and lychee notes being the most prominent. The mouth is an explosion of fruit almost like a complex fruit compote. Yellow apple, mango, orange, marzipan, and other exotic flavors wrap around the tongue in a harmonious union of flavors. There is a considerable amount of acidity which lifts and supports the mélange well into the finish. There are plenty of food pairing options for this wine given all of the flavors but my particular favorites (which have been field-tested at my kitchen table) are fillet of sole and/or cod sautéed in olive oil, butter, and lemon juice, steamed clams in white wine and garlic, and lobster mac and cheese. All seafood suggestions but this wine will also pair with chicken and a wide assortment of salads.
This bottling is adorned with one of the prettiest and most interesting label designs on the market right now. Tropical aromas of pineapple, jasmine and ripe white peach are leveled by squeezed tangerine and orange-blossom scents. Lime juice shows first on the sip, followed by waves of kiwi, green papaya and a touch of mango.