I like Loire valley crisp white wines with a relatively low alcohol level e.g. Muscadet, but I m afraid that this example was over my tolerance threshold for acidity. Would love to think it may 'develop and improve' being young, but as its closure is screw cap and its not a serious wine I doubt it.
I hadn't heard of this grape before but I thought the wine was really good (particularly for the price). As the description says, it did remind me of a Muscadet or Picpoul. Zesty and maybe a bit of saltiness. Really enjoyed it.
Very taken aback at just how good this wine is. A million miles away from the thin, acid Gros Plant of many a fishy repast during my years in France. Well structured and fresh, loving food as much as solitude. Just leave some for me ...
Think I've fond my new favourite white. Thanks!
Had this wine in a restaurant known for its owner's attention to it wine list. Reasonably priced, filling a gap in my cellar.