You know the drill - summer + heat + $10 sparkling wine = good time.
Not much on the nose other than just a bit of watermelon.
Light, crisp, somewhat fruity yet still dry. A bit of the watermelon comes through, some mild strawberry notes – not a good quality farmer's market strawberry, a gigantic out of season grocery store strawberry where it's mostly white on the inside but it still sort of tastes like strawberry (consider this an indictment of the berry, not the wine).
The acid presents itself nicely on the finish along with some strange lingering watermelon notes....imagine chopping a watermelon on a cedar plank, letting the juice sit on the plank for an hour, and then licking it off....is this a good thing? I'm still not sure.
Generally, when I come up with goofy descriptions I recommend if for no other reason than it makes me think....this is no exception.