This is a relatively new producer of Rhone wines. The estate began back in the early 90's but Martin took over in 2013 after completing wine school. Medium gold in color. The nose is perfumed with floral notes, minerals and wax. With air, some apricots emerge. On the palate, this has a slightly oily texture. Flavors of hay and citrus on the palate. Light acidity. This should go well with sea foods and vegetarian dishes. It went quite well with a Mushroom pasta. I don't think it will make old bones and would recommend drinking up in the next few years at most. The freshness and the aromatics are the star of the show right now.
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