The wine has a distinct pineapple and fruity nose.
It is a semy dry wine and it has a sweet fuity taste and has a buttery after taste. Like i mentioned earlier it is sweet.
In my opinion this tends to pair better with sweet desserts. It does pair well with most Indian dishes too. The other incidental thing i have noticed is that Women and Wine Newbies tend to prefer this wine probably because it’s sweet. It is best served chilled at around 5 to 6 degrees Centigrade.
It retails for a little more than Rs 700. It is usually available at all liquor vends and most restaurants (infact being the ‘’only” white wine that most of them stock)