This is a wine made from the Voskehat grape, that tasted blind, might easily be pegged for California Chardonnay. Golden in color, clear and bright. The nose has a nice minerality but also plenty of oak (Caucasian Oak) that gives is color and spice. With air some peach comes out as well. Medium bodied with a nice oily texture. On the palate, there is some tangerine and an interesting wheat quality. Some lemon on the finish that is slightly astringent. This took about 30 minutes to open and then opened nicely. It is a big wine with a fair amount of oak. It drinks well on its own and should continue to do so for another five to eight years. It will work well with bigger sea food or poultry. Salmon would be a nice choice.