The key fact I forgot to mention about this pleasing, simple wine is that it's 12.5% alcohol. That makes it a bit lighter than many New World Wines and is achieved by early harvesting.
The lower alcohol means you can feel less guilt about the second glass you'll surely want.
At this price, a good mid-week wine for most, a simple aperitif, or, like me, an accompaniment to Chinese beef salad with a mandarin and ginger dressing.
It's available from The Wine Society (£40 one-off membership fee). You'll find other Verdejos around for £7 and up.