The color on this wine is quite a bit darker than what I have grown accustomed to with Sauvignon Blanc. It almost had a straw yellow color. The nose was quite aromatic. There was a definite smell of pineapple. Then, as I started to focus a little more, I got some freshly cut grass (cut in the morning when it is still a little wet). I also got a bit of grapefruit and lemon (citrus). This wine is quite zesty and jumps out from the glass. On the palate, I get similar notes to what I got on the nose. In particular, I get the same pineapple and citrus fruitiness. I also get the cut grass (feels like I am tasting the grass but not in a bad way). There is maybe a touch of minerality in this wine (although for this wine this could be because of the amount of acidity). I think that most would associate this taste with licking a wet rock. The wine has a good amount of acidity but not enough to throw it out of balance. It is a well balanced white wine with a long finish. I paid 11$ for this wine and I think that it is a great value for sipping on a hot summer weekday.