White Rhone wines are certainly unique and this one, at age 30, is no exception. I quite enjoyed it for what it offered. Golden in color, clear and bright. The nose is interesting with pears, Crème Brûlée, honey countered by a bit of oxidation and minerality. Full bodied and quite rich. On the palate, it has a deep complexity. Some fruit; baked pears with layers of minerals and some oxidized apples (not in a bad way). Long finish. This was served with a Gazpacho and it worked well enough for a difficult pairing. It seems like it will be at this level for a while longer, but it should still probably be consumed sooner than later.