Chenin Blanc/Viognier blend. I and SWMBO had a chance to try this a week or so ago.
Color - very light/pale straw
Nose - clear florals from the Vio. Hints of tropicals - lychee, apricot
Taste - very light acid, but crisp, with a very short finish. Mostly it's all in the midpalate, with some additional apricot, lime, hints of maybe strawberry and a touch of something a bit herbal - thyme? It certainly evoked thoughts of some strawberry-thyme water they might serve at a spa, though I wouldn't say it actually tasted like that.
Other thoughts - this is a screw cap. Tasted over 3 days, just screw the cap back on and put into the refrigerator, with no noticeable difference over that period of time. This leads me to think that this will hold up without much change for the next year or two.
SWMBO didn't really care for it, but that may have had more to do with the initial pairing of fish with garlic-butter-wine sauce. It went better the next day with cheese ravioli and red sauce. (strangely enough). I thought it was an interesting white, which I would enjoy another time, but I also wouldn't necessarily go out of my way to find it either.
At roughly $10/bottle, it's a decent every day summer white.