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  1. Agrapart Experience 14 Champagne NV

    Agrapart Experience 14 Champagne NV

    A blend of the “têtes de cuvées” from 2014. The selection includes the best vines from Agrapart’s Avize vineyards (Les Champboutons) and Cramant (les Bionnes). The expression of the Avize and Cramant terroir is sought in this wine, where the chalky soil brings finesse and minerality. The alcohol level is natural and the first fermentation is done using indigenous yeast. Secondary fermentation is also done using indigenous yeast from the current harvest . Learn More
  2. Agrapart "Venus" Blanc de Blanc Champagne 2012

    Agrapart "Venus" Blanc de Blanc Champagne 2012

    The 2012 Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru Brut Nature Vénus is sourced from the La Fosse aux Pourceaux plot that is located just behind the domaine and has been farmed by horse for more than 20 years. Very complex in every regard. Gently nutty notes permeate lemons, grapefruit and white and yellow peaches. The wine is intense, complex and almost rich on the palate, with a pristine finish. Learn More
  3. Les Heritiers du Comte Lafon Macon-Villages 2018

    Les Heritiers du Comte Lafon Macon-Villages 2018

    The great Montrachet producer also makes stellar Mâcon from biodynamic estate vineyards at 200m. Made form 30 year old vines and aged in 45L cask after a native yeast fermentation. This, Lafon’s “entry level,” punches above its weight with Chablis-esque nerve and rocky earth, lemon-apple, kiwi, crunchy pear, and ever-so-faint fresh bread crust. Crisp and delightful, this is a classic fish food pairing. Learn More
  4. Michel Juillot Mercurey 2016

    Michel Juillot Mercurey 2016

    The Côte Chalonnaise is one of Burgundies best kept secrets for value. Michel is a fourth generation vigneron who’s great-grandfather helped to develop the boundaries for Mercurey, so he kind of knows his way around the region. The “Le Meix Juillot” is 100% de-stemmed and spends 18 months in 50% new oak. There is a rich, warm, umami flavor with baked plum and black cherry. More scents and flavors of savory fruit, light caraway, and mushroom with a dry finsh. Learn More
  5. Chateau Lamartine Malbec Cahors 2015

    Chateau Lamartine Malbec Cahors 2015

    The main grape is Côt, at 90% of the blend, with 10% Merlot to soften the finish. Côt is the local name for Malbec and this may not be the Malbec most Americans are accustomed to. This has the depth and earthyness of Bordeaux in many ways. There is a lot of black fruits, such as blackberry, black cherry, black plum and a hint of underground celler. What separates this wine from others is the impeccable structure of the fruit, earth, and tannin. Learn More
  6. Pichierri Primitivo di Manduria

    Pichierri Primitivo di Manduria

    Here is a primitivo coming from a fourth generation wine-making family that perfectly represents the Puglia region. The vineyards are located in Sava on the Salento peninsula, which most people know as “the heel”. This is Italy’s Crljenak Kaštelanski/ Zinfandel, if you will, and it really shows the characteristics of the red soil. Aromas and flavors of fig, leather, roasted plum, cherry, and baking spice. Medium body with soft tannins and a long finish. Learn More
  7. La Bastide Blanche Bandol Rouge 2013

    La Bastide Blanche Bandol Rouge 2013

    The “Cuvée Fontanéou” is a blend of 90% Mouvèdre and 10% Grenache from a 60 year old, 1.75 ha vineyard. The grapes are entirely destemmed to tame the tell-tale pepperiness of the Mouvèdre grape. This is a hardy, yet polished wine with tar, plum, blackberry, licorice, and herbs. The palate follows with similar flavors of earthy garrigue, cassis and a slight bit of chewyness. Learn More
  8. La Bastide Blanche Bandol Rose 2018

    La Bastide Blanche Bandol Rose 2018

    No other rosé producing region in the world can produce wines of such elegance and depth as Bandol. This is majority Mouvèdre with the remainder made up of Grenache and Cinsault. This is slightly full bodied from direct-press and shows some orange citrus, watermelon, herbed cherry, and some lengthy minerality. Although this is a fairly new winery in the scope of France, (1970’s) , this is an old-school Bandol. Learn More
  9. Valentin Zusslin Bollenberg Sylvaner Alsace 2014

    Valentin Zusslin Bollenberg Sylvaner Alsace 2014

    Biodynamically grown on the south-facing Bollenberg lieu-dit in Orschwir in the Vosges Mountains of Alsace. The fermentation is done with native yeasts before aging in large Vosges casks, which create creamy flavors of golden apples, ripe peach, orange and a touch of grapefruit. The additional bottle aging adds layers of caramel, baked pastries, and a savory herbaciousness. This is an exciting Sylvaner with layers of depth and complexity. Learn More
  10. Michel Gros Hautes Cotes du Nuits 2015

    Michel Gros Hautes Cotes du Nuits 2015

    In 1810 the Gros family set up in Vosne-Romanée and the whole family continues to tend the land and make the wine. This Burgundy, though not from a single vineyard, speaks terroir fluently. To smell and taste this is to be transported to the middle of the vineyards. Aromas of mushrooms, meat, soil, dark cherries, thyme, Santa Rosa plums and a light reductive quality. The palate is elegant and the finish has intense minerality complimented by oak. Learn More