The famous crus from Burgundy and Bordeaux may attract the most international attention, but the little regional wines of France have been at least as important in cementing France as (arguably) the world's greatest producer of fine wines.
Go to any small city, town, or village in France and you'll find local treasures like this blend of Picpoul & Roussanne from the Languedoc region. Even better, you're likely to find them at reasonable prices given their quality.
The "Zazous" white is a textbook example. It would pair nicely with any number of lighter dishes, especially grilled or sauteed fish, although the first thought that enters my head is "aperitif". Notes of citrus and then the faintest hint of pineapple linger on a really nice finish.
Picpoul & Roussanne. Serve cold.