MIKAN and wine is a good match
The traditional image of a Japanese home during the winter.
People all over Japan have a stack of Mikan on the table during the winter.
Have you heard of a Kotatu?
There is a small heater under the table and a large blanket that covers the corners of the table to keep the heat inside.
Since Japan doesn't have central heating family gather around in the Kotasu and eat Mikan while watching holiday events on TV.
Just eating Mikan is tasty but becomes too much after eating it everyday.
To change the taste what I recommend is a hot cup of wine and a fresh squeeze of Mikan Juice.
Give it a try!!