This is a well-suited wine for dishes that may seem hard to pair, such as sweet-and-sour preparations (glazed jam, Teriyaki sauce). It also goes quite well with stir-fries or wok-sautéed white meats and vegetables. In its list of favourite ingredients are dried tomatoes, Ginger, mustard and smoked flavours. It’s a good companion for meaty fish such as tuna, salmon or swordfish, also for any kind of cebiche. It also works as a dessert wine, even more so if the menu includes vanilla or fruits. If you are planning a cheese-and-wine, choose Gouda or a young Chevre.