Bland and sour. However, it works very well for cooking.
Forget what previous mixed white box wines have done. This one I just can't complain too much about. Sure it goes in too many directions and it is over all an uneven wine. However being a student of wine I found it to be decently entertaining and easy going. For me (probably not everyone) I definatly get the Viognier upfront followed by the riesling/gewürztraminer combo midway with the sauvignon blanc providing an overall back bone and finish. The verdeloh, pinot gris, and semillon we'rnt all that prevalent, but I haven't had any sole varietals of verdeloh, so maybe I'm missing it all together. Or the whole point in general since verdeloh is made mainly for madeira.
Two and a half glasses