Sauvignon Blanc is probably the most easily wearable of this Notes of Wine series. It's also worth pointing out that these are supposed to smell like the notes you'd taste for at a wine tasting, not like the actual wine.
Sauvignon Blanc goes on as a sweet floral, combining sugared citrus that kind of smells like 80's chewable baby aspirin with a white floral that's sweet enough to call to mind mimosa, but not really specific enough to smell like a single flower. There are also plasticky hairspray aldehydes, which seem to be a favorite note of this line, but they're background enough to smell more "perfumey" than "weird art project". Given time, it all fuses together, creating a damp-smelling camellia note that really does smell like a wet flower and is quite enjoyable.