The nose is limey and saline in a way I tend to enjoy even in humble wines and I'd probably take it for a village Chablis in a blind tasting. The palate is crisp in the same Chablis mode, lighter than a Chablis actually, but behind the chalky texture and ripe acidity is a vein of sweetness that I would have taken for German Riesling, maybe an off-dry Chenin (though admittedly the label does say trocken). This sweetness fades back in mid-palate and allows the minerals dominate the finish. This isn't a complex wine and obviously it isn't very powerful, but it is very savoury and appealing and although I've read GV can age, even this wine, this bottle was spot on for me right now.
Not imported to Israel and I don't remember how much I paid for it, probably 20 something euros at the Vienna duty-free. I think it would be a good value under 20 USD.