Grape Variety: White wine grape.
White, green, and flinty.
This sort of wine usually makes a fine aperitif and does not need food to be enjoyed. Equally, there are a number of fine pairings.
Fresh tangy wines can be used alongside similarly acidic dishes, such as pickled fish and vegetables, or tomato-based dishes, matching like for like. Alternately, they can be used as a contrast, to cut through creamy or buttery sauces.
Lighter fish dishes and shellfish are obvious pairings. Muscadet and oysters are an absolutely classic combination. Think also of green salads, with or without vinaigrette.