I love Rhone whites but they are a crap shoot.  Luckily, this was drinking quite well.  It was brought over by a friend who was invited to our home for dinner.  He will be invited back.  Light golden in color.  The nose is nice with minerals, wax but plenty of fruit; peach and guava and finally some honeysuckle and vanilla.  On the palate, this has a slightly oily texture.  The peach and vanilla predominate but it gets waxy on the finish.  Also a lovely underlying minerality.  Good acidity.  Someone mentioned white Burgundy, but I didn't get that.  Pretty classic ehite Rhone and wide open at the moment.  Went great with a Tomato-Eggplant soup.  No idea of the grapes, but I presume Grenache Blanc, Marsanne and Rousanne.  

Grade: 
A
Score: 
94
Vintage: 
2013
Current Price: 
$100.00USD

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