Although it doesn't say, this is certainly a Sauvignon Blanc. And a really good one. Better than most Sancerre and Pouilly-Fume out there, and cheaper too.
The first night it was funkily earthy, but on the second night it really blossomed. Light gold with silver and brassy glints. Piercing and intense nose of green apple and lemon/lime fruit, with distinct notes of chicken broth shot-through with crushed limestone. Big, mouthwatering, crisp flavors aggressively coat the palate, with loads of lemon-drenched green apple and a brothy minerality. Long, clean, interesting finish with great persistence and vibrant acids. Would be fantastic with shellfish. Drink over the next 2 years and enjoy. A-. Imported by Thomas Calder Selections, this was $14.99 at Arrowine in Arlington.