Like most of the Aligotes that I've consumed, this wine is a bit odd. And not in a bad way exactly, just in a "different" sort of way. You'll have to try it to know what I'm talking about. I'd say it's a cross between a Burgundian Chard, a Vouvray and an Albarino. A lightly creamy body, with subtle vanilla notes atop flavors of mandarin orange, lime zest and pink grapefruit, and just the slightest bit of crushed seashell. It's always fun to try an Aligote, and always fun to move on to the next bottle.