Boots White is a traditional style of white wine, with a small amount of residual sugar. It is two of the classic Barossa varieties that were planted in the Barossa and Eden Valleys at the very start of white wine making in the Barossa. Those varieties are true Riesling, originally called Rhine Riesling, and Muscat d Frontignac or Muscat APG, Muscat Blanc.
It's a wonderful wine to drink well chilled because it has an abundance of fruit flavor, which is full bodied on the middle palate from the Riesling and underpinned by the grapey character of the Muscat grape variety. Quite aromatic with a flavor reminiscent of citrus, jasmine, honeysuckle on the bouquet, mouth-filling fruit flavors of citrus and melon and yet it is balanced with a clean, crisp finish.
Boots White is a wine style to drink now, because of the residual sugar it goes wonderfully well with Asian style foods being light, spicy aromatic foods. It goes equally well with seafood, poultry, lean pork, fresh fruit or just simply quaffing.