Dry Rancio wines have crossed centuries of History and are a testimony to the Roussillon wine culture. Aficionados like to drink them at a temperature of 54◦F, at the aperitif hour with tapas, tapenade, and salted anchovies. They can be enjoyed with cheeses like Comté and dry goat cheeses. These wines can be paired with dishes made of truffle, morel etc. From an aromatic point of view, they present notes of roasting (mocha in particular), licorice stick, walnut, hazelnut, other dried fruits and even butter cream, curry or brandy.