There's a density to this wine, like a handful of spicy ginger chew candy with a spiky acidity tucked in, and loads of melted-pear flavor. It has the crispness of sparkling cider, and hints of cinnamon. Fruit and salt are in the forefront; this doesn't just remind you of salinity—it actually tastes salty. Think red Anjou pears wrapped in prosciutto.
'Pfalz' on Serious Eats
This is such a pretty and refreshing wine, a wine that floats in beautiful balance of juicy fruit and flowers and super-low alcohol—it's just 7.5% ABV, but remarkably flavorful. Serve this wine on a hot day with lobster rolls or, better yet, fried chicken or fried clams.