Scents or orange, peach, and minerals. The wine is dominated by tart citrus (mostly orange and grapefruit) tastes with a hint of saltiness that is common in this grape. Nice for around $16, and we'd get it again, but not as good as some of the Spanish Albariños we've had recently.
Nice wine. Better value in the $14 range than the $18 range. Honestly, if I were content to drink Sauvignon Blanc all the time, there are even better vales at closer to $10, but the occasional variety of trying a wine like this makes it worth it for me.
Had this once before, and this bottle seemed to lack the sweet orange fruit in favor of some acrid, salty aromas on the nose. Otherwise, it's the same tart, citrus-oriented wine, balanced and of decent length.