This is a blend of Rousanne (98%) and Viognier (2%) and one of my favorite white wines. Of course, white Rhone varietals can be wonderful, frustrating, fascinating, great or dead at any point once they pass five years of age. So it was with some trepidation that I tasted this wine when a friend brought it over. No worries, this wine was singing and drinking great. Golden in color. The nose is showing some maturity. Aromas of pears, slight dried flowers and wax. On the palate, a slightly oily texture. Pears and canned pears with a bit of earthiness. Deep. Not a lot of acidity. Long finish. Delicious. This will go well with salads especially with some citrus and should work well with salmon and other "steak" fish dishes. Hard to say how this will age from here but seems like it should easily go another decade.