Straight from the box:
Top Notes: Neroli, Bitter Orange, Pink Grapefruit
Heart Notes: Jasmine, Pinot Noir, Lemongrass
Base Notes: Cedarwood, White Sandalwood, Birch Tree Leaves
This really does put me in a springtime garden. The neroli and grapefruit are forefront. It's a bitter, sparkling green. The middle is pleasant and the ingredients are apparently of good quality, though the 'pinot noir' is faint and every source other than the actual packaging suggests there is rose, but it's not apparent to my nose.
Then the problem - Citron de Vigne is obviously a warm weather citrus fragrance, so the woods have to be light-handed so as to not mute the fruits up top, but because citrus is fleeting and the woods are so soft, the whole composition all but vanishes after an hour of wear. This is marketed as a unisex, but I find it much more feminine than that, maybe an 80/20 split. This would be a great pick for women that want a feminine fragrance in a similar vein of Eau de Rochas Homme. Very refreshing and good for what it is. Plus I got a quarter ounce for $6 so it's a steal.