The color is like the flesh of a black plum - very warm and peachy colored. It's actually a very, very beautiful color, reminding me of apricot blossoms and bridesmaids' dresses. This wine has very little aroma, but I think I can smell green apple skins.
White zinfandel always reminds me of mead, and Beringer is a good example, with its light perfumey flavor and rich honey texture. This wine is a romantic wine - it goes perfectly with a homecooked meal, candles, and a romantic movie (recommended: Shakespeare In Love). Being a California wine, you can't go wrong pairing it with Mexican food. It is also a festive wine, perfect for holiday dinners with family and a hundred or so dishes. It matches well with potato and chicken dishes, as well as any dish using warm, citrusy flavors like coriander or lime.
In short, this is a wine for everybody, at any meal.
(The label recommends chilling it, but as with all white zinfandels (excluding Sutter Home, which should never be drunk by anyone), I prefer it chilled only slightly, as over-chilling masks the delicate flavors.)