At my last foray over to Canal's, I wound up picking up
this bottle of Gentil wine, thinking that is was a varietal
that I haven't had before, but alas, it is actually the
combination of several varietals (Gerwurztraminer, Pinot
Gris, Riesling, Muscat and Sylvaner). This wine contains
the flavors of peach, pear and apricot, cut with a nice
interesting muting of Sylvaner (taste Sylvaner and you'll
This wine is not too strong in any of it's flavors, but
not something that should go with any dish. I would see it
as best with poultry and wild fowl, but not any meats.
Freshly cut veggies, cheeses and also maybe some cured meats
would also be great with this.