Malvasia can be a tricky grape as its inherent aromatics can make overly perfumed wines in unskilled hands. The Malvasia from Tollara is a wonderful example of the kind of lovely and dry table wine that can be produced using this varietal. The nose offers elements of citrus fruits like lemon and grapefruit with undertones of jasmine, white peach, and pears. While the nose is prominent, it leads to a remarkably dry wine on the palate with notes of minerality that give the wine a wonderful structure and a long finish. This makes for a perfect pairing with some Prosciutto di Parma-wrapped melon.