Fruity, mellow and rather anti-climactic. Not terrible, by any means, but I've had much better for the money.
Certainly something different. By fragrance you wouldnt know of it's origin. Reminiscent of a cross between New Zealand Sauv Blanc, South African Chenin Blanc and White Bordeaux. The nose explodes with lemon zest and citrus fruits with a dab of honey. Acidity is bright but not as tart as a Sauvy. Hints of straw with a clean finish. Bet you can't find another Len de L’el if you tried. Great at $8.99