Classic zabaglione is made with dry Marsala, but I like the way a spicy, floral Riesling pairs with ripe summer fruit. Look for an Alsatian-style dry or off-dry Riesling, or try Champagne, Sauternes, Vouvray, or Marsala, varying the amount of sugar to balance the sweetness of the wine.
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The gelatin prevents the zabaglione from separating in the refrigerator and lets you make the dessert up to a day ahead. If you plan to make the dessert the day you serve it, you can omit the gelatin, but be sure to chill the custard for 2 hours.
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