It’s clear and pale, with a zippy nose of fresh apples and lemons. It’s dry with a mineral acidity.
The fresh fruit carries through with just a hint of bitterness. It’s light and fresh and at 12% quite drinkable, although it’s better with food, like light pasta and shellfish dishes.
At around a fiver it’s good value and quite fun for a change, but it’s unlikely to make it onto my list of all time favourites.