The honeysuckle and fresh cut flower aromas are lovely. There are tones of butterscotch, vanilla wafer, pineapple and pear. The complex flavors are creamy and surprisingly succulent, with bright pear, red apple and hints of apricot and melon. The lingering mouth-feel is nice. The texture is easy-drinking with a pleasant sweetness throughout.
Chateau Diana White Zero makes meal pairing easy: we like it with soft cheeses, finger foods, charcutierie plates, pastas with creamy sauces, and light seafood meals.