One of my wife's famous dishes is her olio spaghetti with garlic and prawns. The dish is relatively easy to make, and outstanding as a starter or main. Tonight we are having her Garlic Prawns with Spaghetti as a main with a side salad.
The Pierro LTC (which interestingly enough stands for 'Little Touch of Chardonnay') is a 75% Sauvignon Blanc and 25% Semillon blend. The Semillon adds some structure and lasting power to the Sauvignon Blanc, but this is still a wine you want to drink while it is fresh and not more than a couple of years old. It is a good wine to go with all sorts of fish and seafood. We will only drink half the bottle tonight and I will use the rest to go with the entree for lunch I plan to have this Thursday at Fish on the Rocks before getting into the 2009 Bouchard Pere & Fils Puligny Montrachet to go with either lobster or the Moreton Bay Bugs.
With less garlic, the Pierro LTC matches the dish best, but with more garlic, you need a more powerful wine and I think a Riesling would be a better choice.