Popped open the bottle I purchased today, after chilling it in the fridge for a couple hours. Briefly, so that the notes might help some people who haven't decided yet:
The dominant scent is fresh-cut grass, with grapefruit and a hint of lemon. I'm not getting any honey or lime scents (mentioned in the winemaker's description), but those might emerge as the wine warms up a bit.
On the palate I'm getting mostly lemon and grapefruit, however at least at the temperature we're sipping it, this is somewhat austere. This is something I expect will change as the wine warms a bit more. SWMBO got some cheddar out of the fridge and the wine seems better paired with the cheese than it did alone.
I don't like sweet white wines but this one seems like it might benefit from just a bit of residual sugar. Again, this might improve a bit in that respect as it warms.
Sauvignon Blanc is my favorite white varietal. Unfortunately I'm not liking this one as much as most others I've had. To be fair, the wines I'm comparing it to almost all cost a few dollars more per bottle than this offer. I'm not saying this wine is bad. It's just not everything I look for in a Sauvignon Blanc.
SWMBO likes it but doesn't love it, and thinks for around $14 (what I paid at my local store, with tax) it's alright.
I think Woot's offer ($10-$11/bottle shipped, with tax) is about as much as I would be willing to pay, but I'm not interested in so many bottles of it when there are other Sauv Blancs I like more.
Apologies if it seems like I'm damning this wine with faint praise -- keep in mind that it's a rushed tasting.
EDIT: As the wine warmed, I did get a mild flavor of green apple, but lemon and grapefruit still dominate. The nose didn't change appreciably, though I am now getting just a hint of honey. Not sure if that's really there or if it's just the power of suggestion.
EDIT 2: Even later, and warmed up more: the hint of honey really is there on the nose. The lemon on the palate has evolved into lemongrass now, and the grapefruit faded a bit. Unfortunately, even after warming, I still find it too austere, almost astringent.