I have always felt that Muscadet can age better than given credit for. Yes, with age it loses some of that raw crispness, but it rounds out and can get almost Chablis-like. Of course, that depends on the producer. Golden in color, clear and bright. The nose is classic with salinity/crushed shells along with lanolin and a hint of citrus. Medium bodied. On the palate, this is crossing from young a crisp to middle age with some depth and rounded edges. Loads of minerality with some citrus. Long finish. Great on its own, this is a classic wine with oysters. Drink over the next three to five years.