Unusual for the region in that it's mostly Roussanne. The result is slightly more floral and expressive than most Saint-Joseph blancs, with pear and spice notes delivered in a plump, full-bodied format. Picks up hints of oak on the finish, but this isn't an oaky wine at all. Drink now–2010.
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Czerwinski has been a wine journalist, editor and taster for over a decade and is a regular wine panelist, speaker and educator for events and organizations worldwide.