Take a sweet bottle of fizz and some white chocolate for a better together combination. I have a sweet tooth, so this combination of sweet and sweeter is heaven! This very much supports my WSET lesson that dishes high in sugar should be matched with a wine that has at least that much sugar.
Why? The two sweet items together balance out the overly sweet taste they have on their own.
To drink? I like a bit of fizz and the sweetness of either Asti DOCG and Moscato d’Asti work fabulously with sweet things.
Where to buy it? All the major supermarkets have Asti DOCG. I like this one from Waitrose. I am partial to Lindt white chocolate truffles but any white chocolate will do, add a sofa and a rom com and I’m sorted for a night in!
Recipe suggestions? If you fancy cooking, my ripe jackfruit tarte tatin recipe uses sweet jackfruit in a tarte tatin style. Asti DOCG has a lot of the flavour characteristics of the fruit and will go well.
Top facts – The Asti method of making sparkling wine is different to others as it doesn’t involve the production of a still dry wine such as the Champagne method, using must and pressurised tanks instead. Main grape varieties are Muscat Blanc a Petits Grains.