As far as I'm concerned,skunk is not a desired part of the flavor profile and is really just a sign of mishandled green bottles.
If in the Kingdom, you have a good Belgian beer bar they should be able to get all of the Dupont products on draft with a little bit of work. The pub down the road from me currently has Dupont Saison Vielle Provision (aka Dupont 1), Moinette Blonde, Moinette Brune, Avec Les Bon Voeux, Foret and Biere de Miel all on draft. It helps that its his two week Belgian Beer Festival, but he typically has at least 2 of them on draft year round.
What makes Dupont stand out? In my mind it's the dryness they create in their beers mixed with that earthy spicy character. To my perception, most American Saison attempts end up still being too sweet in the finish and still want to nail them with a ton of spices. Dupont claims to use no spices, but I've heard rumors of beer writers finding a cabinet filled with coriander in the farmhouse.