Colombard is a high-acidity grape from France's southern Atlantic coast area that was historically used for distilling into Cognac.
These days, it makes an interesting, pleasant and usually inexpensive dry white - something of a Sauvignon alternative.
Cantalric Sentier du Sud Colombard, 2018, Pays d'Oc fresh and floral with a whiff of pepper; citrus and white stone-fruit. Linear and saline-mineral with good underpinnings; well-made.
Drink as an aperitif or match with fishy starters or a herby chicken stew.