Showing a little more color, and signs of adolescence now, almost 6 years in the bottle. Still quite youthful and fresh, with elegant flavors and depth, subtle nuttiness, hints of peach pit and almonds; good, though perhaps not abundant acidity, but nice overall balance. Beautifully delicious. Would not be able to pick this out from a Hermitage Blanc lineup.
Paired well with Ellen's Moroccan Spicd Tomato Soup. The wine looks yellow gold colored. The legs are slow. There is no sediment in the bottle. It smells like grapefruit, lemon, mineral and acacia. The body is medium. The wine has smooth texture. The wine finishes long. The wine has medium acidity.
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(Peay Vineyards Roussanne/Marsanne Estate) Light medium yellow color; fresh ripe lemon, wheat, mineral and lime nose; tasty, a little tight, light oily texture, ripe lemon, mineral and lime palate; medium finish
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