Similar Arneis wines from the renowned Roero region in Italy's north western Piedmont region could set you back as much as £15 so I was happy to give it a try.
Crisp, floral and complex, Mr Purple Teeth was immediately impressed with the long finish.
Sadly, my local branch had already sold out, but you may be lucky, and it looks like there is still stock online.
We enjoyed ours with a Salmon "wellington", fresh local Chatenay carrots and British green asparagus. The complexity of the wine paired well with our midweek treat.
This would also work well with light and fresh pasta dishes with fish, seafood or herbal sauces.
We've enjoyed a few Chardonnay wines in the last week and this more than held its own. With just a hint of oak, the freshness of the fruit meant this worked well as an aperitif and didn't completely collapse under the weight of a confit duck leg with roasted carrots, purple sprouting broccoli and garlic.
I'll buy it again if I get the chance. Whether your preference is towards Chablis or Macon styles, there's something here to appeal.
At just £7.99, we have now enjoyed this 89 pointer 3 times and have a few more bottles on the rack. If you like your reds big and juicy, then go grab one. And it was great with that confit duck I mentioned above. #TipsyTuesday is definitely "a thing" in these parts, with side by side tasting of a white and red with dinner. Sorry doctor! At least the bank manager is a little more pleased with me.