After not being much of a white wine guy I'm finding I really enjoying White CdPs have had a few over the past few years and have continued to stock up on some. I see a bit of variability when it comes to aging potential across the various professional reviewers - some recommend that they should be taken down within the first 5-7 years of life and others say to keep 'em for 2-3 decades. I also see some reviews that say "either drink it 2-3 years after release or wait a decade" indicating that there's a bit of a shutdown phase.
I wonder if aging potential is a feature of Roussanne specifically and maybe other grapes lend themselves to earlier consumption.
Would love to hear what experiences others have had and any advice.