The medium to light-bodied crisp wine displays pleasant floral aromas and subtle citrus, pear and melon flavours complimented by a refreshing clean finish.
That is a lie. The melon flavour was subtle in the way that a brick to the head, or my mother, is subtle. This wine basically tasted like a melon air freshener dissolved in nail polish remover, but that certainly didn’t stop me from drinking half the bottle.
And you know what? By the end of my last glass I’m quite sure the couple I was trying to woo would agree that I was just as subtle as the melon flavour.