As I have said many times, Muscadet, from the best producers, is the single greatest value in the wine world today. Pépière is certainly one of those producers. This costs around $15. It can be stored in a cellar for a decade or more, but is great right now. Light golden in color. The nose is all about sea shells and minerals with a whiff of salinity. On the palate, this is light bodied. Dry. The minerals carry thru. Of course, great with shell fish but just about any other lighter summer fare as well. It works well with anything that a White Burgundy would work with only this is so much easier on the wallet. Good finish.