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  1. Operation Dragoon Cotes du Rhone 2016

    Operation Dragoon Cotes du Rhone 2016

    70% Grenache, 30% Syrah. This wine by famed Rhone Vigneron Pierre Gaillard is in honor of the Allied invasion of Nazi-occupied Southern France in August 1944, which liberated the area from Marseille to Dijon in just 4 weeks. Get fresh wild strawberries and herbs de Provence with a hint of smoked meat and lavender on the finish. Fine tannins and bright acid. A very clean expression of the Rhone Valley. Learn More
  2. Jeff Cohn "The Imposter" California 2015

    Jeff Cohn "The Imposter" California 2015

    A very eclectic and unique blend of 44% Zinfandel, 22% Petite Sirah, 14% Syrah, 12% Grenache, 5% Carignan, 2% Mourvèdre, and 1% Viognier for a big, intense, dark wine with lots of fruity aromas – strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, black cherry, and plum – as well as chocolate, black peper, licorice, and sage. Extremely tasty. Learn More
  3. Cruse Wine Co Monkey Jacket 2018

    Cruse Wine Co Monkey Jacket 2018

    51% Valdiguié from across Mendocino, Napa, Sonoma, and Suisun, plus Carignan, Syrah, and a North Coast field blend. 20% of the blend was fermented whole cluster for aromas of bright raspberry tart, sweet summer flowers, and wild bramble followed on the palate by fresh acidity, crunchy fruit, and simple, cleansing tannins. Light and very approachable. Learn More
  4. Domaine Faury "Emporium" Cote-Rotie 2015

    Domaine Faury "Emporium" Cote-Rotie 2015

    $100.00 (NET)
    Lionel Faury is the son of Phillipe, continuing his father’s tradition of making wines that express the purity of the fruit rather than the character of oak. This comes from one Côte Rôtie vineyard called Fourvier which is dominated by schist soils. Fermentation sees retention of 20% stems and then the wine is aged for 15 months in large oak barrels. It’s ripe and really concentrated, with aromas of blackberry and wild flowers and a firm tannic structure. Drink now-2030. Learn More
  5. Domaine Faury St-Joseph 2017

    Domaine Faury St-Joseph 2017

    Location is key to quality in St-Joseph. Lionel Faury’s domaine is in the northern part of the long appellation and the vines are on steep south-facing slopes on the estate. 70% destemming leads to an integrated stalky character, along with meat, bacon, licorice, black pepper, sage, and blackberry aromas. On the palate, it’s chewy and grippy with a long, structured finish and very well-integrated oak (10% new). St-Joseph at its finest. Learn More
  6. Domaine des Lises Crozes-Hermitage 2017

    Domaine des Lises Crozes-Hermitage 2017

    From the son of acclaimed producer Alain Graillot, Maxime. All the fruit (from 35-year-old vines) is destemmed, spending one year in old oak with a touch of new. This is an appealing, pretty, fruit-forward Crozes with aromas of violets, plump blackberry, plum, licorice, and chocolate followed by a tighter palate with grainy tannins and high acidity. An accomplished, balanced, and restrained wine. Learn More
  7. Tegernseerhof Gruner Veltliner Smaragd "Ried Loibenberg" Wachau 2016

    Tegernseerhof Gruner Veltliner Smaragd "Ried Loibenberg" Wachau 2016

    From the Loibenberg vineyard in the heart of the Wachau – with its perfect aspect, it’s one of the classic vineyards of the region. The combination of loess and gneiss soils makes it ideal for Grüner Veltliner – enough water retention for the vines and enough rockiness to create concentrated structure in the wines. Spending 9 months on the lees, the result is intense and rich with aromas of white pepper, lemon, lime, salt, and smoke, crisp acidity, and a powerful finish. Learn More
  8. Tetu Rose Cotes du Roussillon 2018

    Tetu Rose Cotes du Roussillon 2018

    70% Syrah, 30% Grenache from Catalan France in the Côtes du Roussillon – this is the perfect summer wine from the warmest and driest of France’s wine regions. It’s extremely refreshing, with a light, easy-drinking mouthfeel and aromas of fresh rose petals, strawberry, red cherry, and pomegranate. Immediate, engaging, and very approachable, with a juicy, fruity core that gives the wine life and vibrancy. Learn More
  9. Savage Grace Gruner Veltliner Underwood Vineyard Columbia Gorge 2017

    Savage Grace Gruner Veltliner Underwood Vineyard Columbia Gorge 2017

    Michael Savage is a really exciting young Washington winemaker who recently bought a vineyard he’s been working with for some years, Underwood Mountain in Columbia Gorge, an AVA to look out for on the border between Washington and Oregon. This Grüner is exceptional: so precise and razor-sharp with its crisp acidity, some richness and creaminess on the palate, and aromas of acacia, jasmine, white pepper, cinnamon, and citrus and stone fruits. Learn More
  10. La Ferme Rouge "Terre Rouge" Morocco 2016

    La Ferme Rouge "Terre Rouge" Morocco 2016

    This Moroccan red comes from 50km north of Casablanca and 15km from the sea, the grapes grown in the Zaer AOC at 450m altitude for an ideal balance between warmth and cooling influences. The blend is of Carignan and Syrah, resulting in an inviting nose of roses, violets, strawberry, raspberry, blackberry, and black cherry, with a touch of jam, good grip on the palate and an overall easy, juicy mouthfeel. Great weekday red. Learn More