The wine was a 2011 Famile Perrin (Perrin famiily) Cotes du Rhone Blanc Reserve. Light gold in the glass and smelling more of summer than spring with some mature flower blossoms predominating. Medium bodied wine that had full flavors of pears, peaches and a tiny bit of funk. The wine didn't dominate the fish but neither was it dominated by the spicy sweet potatoes. Nice balance and a good finish made it the perfect middleground for the two foods.
The wine is blend of Grenache Blanc, Marsanne, Roussanne and Viognier.
2011 Famile Perrin Cotes du Rhone Blanc Reserve. 13% alcohol and $11. Good buy.