I didn't think it tasted as interesting as it sounded though. It was what I would call a typical summer white, although perhaps a more sophisticated pub wine. It has the requisite tropical fruit, pear and pineapple flavours, but there is a hint of the Gewurztraminer, a barely detectable hint of that floral, lychee aroma and flavour.
I can't remember the exact price I paid, but it was something around five and a half pounds on offer, at 20% off. I didn't like it enough to pay full price though, there are other wines I'd rather drink outdoors on a hot day. But that's just my opinion, and it's not a bad wine at all.