Sorry, but not patriotic enough to agree on Nyetimber. Tonnes of sugar to hide the boat load of acid, in the hope it might balance out. It doesn't.
Pol Roger White Foil is okay (if a bit short and malic last time I drank it) - Roederer, Taitt and Laurent-Perrier all out drink it.
[minirant] I get all antsy when people keep saying areas like Chablis or [...]Montrachet and grapes like Albarino or Sauvignon are good. I don't think it's really helpful advice to give to somebody starting off. There is a lot of good, and frankly shit, Chablis out there and so on - a village or grape on its own means nothing. Whitout realising that you could be put off a whole commune and within it some excellent wine by one or two bad examples from poor producers.
You'll get more reliable hits from producer recommendations (and although I know there's variability here too, it's a better place to start). [/minirant]
Ahem, all in my opinion - obviously...
EDIT: I sound a bit of an arse there. If you like Nyetimber then great (or Pol for that matter). It's all about opinions...
Unless you ride a Marin. I which case you're just wrong.