This is an interesting and unique wine, with barrel smoke adding layers of complexity, without overwhelming vanilla or other effects from the wood.
All in all, a pleasant, mild sparkling aperitif, a surprise to me, for this grape.
This is a good wine for the dollar, with good acidity balancing a touch of sweetness.
This is a very pleasant Spanish Garnacha, a table-ready pairing for almost any white meat.
Simple meat courses such as filet mignon or pork loin are good pairings that will enhance the flavors of the wine.
Here’s a good reason to use that decanter you’ve been meaning to try.
Drink this wine with stuffed flounder, letting the zingy acidity cut through the rich crab and sauce.