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  1. Jean-Claude Lapalu Brouilly 2017

    Jean-Claude Lapalu Brouilly 2017

    $29.00
    This perfect representation of Brouilly comes from 50+ year-old vines grown on granitic soils. The aim is to express the land and fruit with as little interference as possible – just 10-15mg SO2 at bottling. Brouilly is the most southerly of Beaujolais’s Crus, with a warmer, more Mediterranean influence for a fuller, richer style. This is perfumed, nuanced, and elegant, with pure red cherry aromas and a juicy core. For the Pinot-loving Beaujolais drinker. Learn More
  2. Jean-Claude Lapalu Beaujolais Villages Vieilles Vignes 2017

    Jean-Claude Lapalu Beaujolais Villages Vieilles Vignes 2017

    $23.00
    From a pioneer of the natural wine movement and leader of the Beaujolais comeback comes this seriously delicious Villages which punches way above its weight. There’s an almost lavish fruitiness to the wine with real depth of flavor – aromas of red cherries, plums, cloves, and nutmeg – and a savoury mouthfeel. Those full aromas are well balanced by lively acidity and a grainy texture. A superb wine for this price. Learn More
  3. Yount Ridge Proprietary Red Blend Napa Valley 2014

    Yount Ridge Proprietary Red Blend Napa Valley 2014

    $98.00
    66% Cabernet Sauvignon, 24% Merlot, 10% Malbec. New project led by Eric Sparr (co-founder of Alpha Omega) and star winemaker Celia Welch, all the fruit coming from an organically-farmed vineyard in Oakville. An extremely attractive, floral nose of black fruits, fresh herbs, all-spice, coffee, and tobacco leads into a smooth, friendly, and generous palate with a long finish. Very drinkable now with another 8-10 years left in it. Learn More
  4. Terre Nere Etna Rosso 2107

    Terre Nere Etna Rosso 2107

    $26.00
    From the hillsides of Mount Etna in Sicily, made mostly from the Nerello Mascalese grape and aged in neutral oak aged. A very inviting nose of wild raspberry and cherry, rose petals, thyme, tea leaves, and light spice. The engaging fruit aromas are backed up by a fine tannic structure that has a lasting drying grip. Intense and concentrated, this wine is generous now but has the structure and complexity to last another five years at least. Learn More
  5. Holus Bolus Roussanne Santa Maria Valley 2017

    Holus Bolus Roussanne Santa Maria Valley 2017

    $33.00
    Grown on the famous Bien Nacido vineyard, where there are just 2ha of Roussanne planted and aged in a combination of concrete and neutral oak. The result is a concentrated wine with great depth that’s complex and aromatic: wax, nuts, stone fruit, white flowers, cream, and spice on the nose, going into a palate lifted by lively acidity and a grainy texture. A great example of Roussanne’s profound balance between rich aromas and fresh acidity. Biodynamic. Learn More
  6. The Joy Fantastic Pinot Noir Santa Rita Hills 2016

    The Joy Fantastic Pinot Noir Santa Rita Hills 2016

    $50.00
    From organically grown fruit, this is simply a beautiful Pinot Noir. It’s made with 20-25% whole cluster fermentation to give the wine a smooth mouthfeel. Bright red fruits on the nose – strawberry, raspberry, red cherry – as well as black pepper, tarragon, sage, and just a touch of cola. Lean on the palate with high acidity, this is a measured, quietly engaging Pinot that subtly lingers. A superb example of what the cool Santa Rita Hills AVA is capable of. Learn More
  7. Monge-Granon Clairette de Die NV

    Monge-Granon Clairette de Die NV

    $17.00
    85% Muscat, 15% Clairette. From a biodynamic producer, this is like a more sophisticated Asti: the must is cooled at 3% ABV and then fermentation continues in the bottle, lying on its lees for at least four months before the wine is filtered under pressure from one bottle to another. The result is a very easy, engaging wine that’s fruity, fresh, grapey, floral, and tropical, with a sweet, light palate. Alcohol is just 8%. Irresisible. Learn More
  8. Guy Breton Regnie 2017

    Guy Breton Regnie 2017

    $36.00
    Guy Breton helped revolutionize Beaujolais with his dedication to sensitive, hands-off winemaking. He’s made this Régnié since 2008, from two sandy, granite plots he inherited from his grandfather, one of them over a hundred years old. This is a serious but approachable wine with aromas of freshly picked strawberries and wild flowers, integrated carbonic notes that lend a smooth creaminess, finished off by a grainy grip and high acidity. Learn More
  9. Kamara Pure "Nimbus Russus" Thessaloniki PGI 2015

    Kamara Pure "Nimbus Russus" Thessaloniki PGI 2015

    $30.00
    35% Xinomavro, 35% Merlot, 30% Syrah. Natural, biodynamic, family producer determined to make wines as “pure” an expression of the land as possible. That certainly comes through in the wine, as the first impression is the purity of the red fruit aromas which lead into a palate with grainy tannins, great grip, and overall mouthfeel that’s chewy, long, and balanced, finished off with aromas of tar and sweet spice. For the doubters, a very strong argument for both natural and Greek wine. Learn More
  10. Calder Wine Company Petite Sirah Napa Valley 2016

    Calder Wine Company Petite Sirah Napa Valley 2016

    $27.00
    Organic, dry-farmed grapes grown in Rutherford. Fermentation is 75% whole cluster to smooth out Petite Sirah’s robust tannins, before spending two years in old oak puncheons. This is classic, old-school Petite Sirah: black, inky, chewy, and tannic, a big but smooth wine that’s full of jammy, black fruit as well as coffee, chocolate, violets, licorice, cloves, and nutmeg, all lifted by refreshingly high acidity. Learn More