This South-of-France charmer comes from the "Camargue" marshes, an estuary where the Rhone empties into the Mediterranean Sea. It's perhaps better know for flamingos and the world's finest sea salt (my beloved "La Baleine" brand for example). But as is the case everywhere in France, there are also grapevines. I visited many years ago and would love to return on more wine-centric trip.
This is quaffable, reasonably priced, and will work well with a variety of foods. Try with roast chicken or a simple plate of fresh cheeses and charcuterie.
Chardonnay & Vermentino. Serve cold.