I am going to make some homemade fig wine this year and would like to know what pairs well with fig wine.
Here is the recipe I am planning to use: Fresh Fig Wine
The common fig (Ficus carica) is most often eaten as dried fruit and rarely used fresh. It's not very sweet, so a true fig wine requires a great deal of additional sugar for the fig juice to ferment to completion. This recipe makes one gallon and can be easily adjusted for another quantity. The special supplies for this recipe are readily available at stores that sell wine-making supplies. - How to Make Fig Wine