In this wine, I tasted white and darker yellow melon with a hint of green grape skin / maybe lime, a nice viscosity, quite minerally, dry and crisp. (Looked up later, the producer’s notes (PDF) suggest flavors of stone fruits, which is reasonable.) I thought it was not especially exciting, but quite pleasant and easy to drink on a hot afternoon, especially if you are fond of a French style. It’s substantial enough that it stood up to richer cheese and salami.
The next evening, when I arrived home after work on a hot day, the wine was delicious, showing elegantly and minerally structured white and green melon. Later in the evening, it also tasting of the riper yellow melon, as it did on the first day. Again, it’s not super exciting, but quite good and reliable, especially at this price.