My daughter was preparing Cajun Andouille Pasta, and while at the store buying the necessary ingredients she called me to ask what wine would pair with a dish like this. With the amount of spice that she had in the recipe, I recommended an off-dry wine, such as an off-dry Riesling or an off-dry Gewurztraminer which would help to balance out the spice. When she arrived home with the Be Flirty Pink Moscato I was a bit surprised. This is not a wine that I would have chosen, but she did purchase it and brought it home. This blush Moscato is a very sweet wine, and while it was not bad with the meal, it is not one that I would have paired with it. When I opened the bottle I could smell the sweetness of this wine, and it had deep aromas of strawberries. The Be Flirty Pink Moscato is a wine that appeals to a certain segment that enjoys very sweet wines. This is a wine that I would never buy, but it does have an appeal to a large market.