Great appley, grassy & zippy number for a Fiver!
So here is a little test for you. Prepare a drop of salt in the palm of your hand. Open the wine and have a sip of it. Let this lean wave of green fruits (granny smith apple, gooseberry) and freshly cut grass throroughly refresh your palate, finishing a mouthwatering but borderline sour citrus zip. Then, lick up that drop of salt and try the wine again. The wine should feel much rounder with similar but softer fruit flavours.
If you liked it better on the second try, enjoy this wine with anything salty e.g. salt & vinegar crisps, goat cheese, salt-baked fish, shellfish or like I had it with some lightly smoked cod dip.
Otherwise, you probably prefer high acidity (i.e. mouthwatering) wines and you can enjoy on its own.
Whichever way, I hope you will agree that this French number is a cracking find at only £5/btl.
NB: I found this wine in an Asda in Dunbar at £4.17 RRP last February but is now showing online at £7.25 (2 for £10). I rate the wine as good value at £7 and great value at £4-5. What do YOU think?