We have two candidates for this plant, salvia officinalis, garden sage or salvia fruticosa / salvia triloba, Greek sage. And to make things more interesting, there are cross-breeds between them... Flowers would help, but I guess we are a few weeks too soon.
To classify your leaves as sage, we'd actually need "olfactory internet"; as we don't, rest assured that sage has a very characteristic scent with certain bitter undertones, but I'm really bad at describing smells, sorry.
I would not identify this as Greek sage, despite the "extra leaves", because Greek sage is "hairier" and because of the fuzz appears more silver than yours. So to me, this is common (garden) sage, but as I said, lacking flowers I'd need my nose to confirm this. The question of the extra leaves needs solving, though: I went in my herb garden and did a bit of snooping around and voilá - my sage (salvia officinalis) has them, too, at least on some leaves. Here is a small collection: