The nose on this blend is rich in exotic smells; lemongrass, honeydew melon, white flowers, and tropical citrus notes. The mouth is reminiscent of some of the more intense Rhone blends you find from New World regions. Voluptuous flavors of tangerine and peach followed by marzipan and candied apricot slices. This wine sexy and doesn't require food to enjoy given its lush structure. But if you go that route, I'd be serving this with a rich risotto fueled with layers of parmesan, or a cool sous vide and seared pork belly dish served with those tiny cute purple potatoes that have been halved and sauteed in olive oil and garlic salt, or even veggie bowl of those really neat baby squash you can get in a bag that you steam then toss with butter, salt and pepper.