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  1. Bachelet-Monnot Maranges "La Fussiere" 2017

    Bachelet-Monnot Maranges "La Fussiere" 2017

    $43.00
    2.2 hectares are farmed to produce this lovely wine from the often over-looked commune of Maranges. The “La Fussière” is the largest climat of Maranges and the vines average 60 years of age. 12 months in used casks and an addiotional 6 months in cement give the wine its texture. This all adds to a wine that combines the best of both old world and new world. The fruit is vibrant with red fruits, but the palate is smooth and creamy. This little gem is Nitty-gritty, but oh so pretty. Learn More
  2. Didier Montchovet Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2016

    Didier Montchovet Bourgogne Pinot Noir 2016

    $30.00
    Didier is an inpirational example of how hard-work and passion can create a fulfilling carreer. He started in 1984 by leasing a .5 ha parcel and has grown his holdings to 11ha near the village of Pommard. From the beginning, biodynamic farming was a priority. At first sniff, it is clear you are not in California anymore. One gets red fruits and tree-ripe cherries with baking spices, as well as some herbs. The finish has moderate acidity and lasting red fruits. Learn More
  3. Operation Dragoon Cotes du Rhone 2016

    Operation Dragoon Cotes du Rhone 2016

    $18.00
    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
  4. Domaine Les Comtes Lafon Monthelie Premier Cru Les Duresses 2016

    Domaine Les Comtes Lafon Monthelie Premier Cru Les Duresses 2016

    $90.00 (NET)
    Beautiful, upfront Pinot from Les Duresses, one of Monthelie’s Premiers Crus that’s the last of Lafon’s vineyards to ripen. Vibrant aromas of strawberries and red cherries, violets, woody smoke, and cedar lead on to a palate that’s pure, gripping, and generous. The finesse of this vintage means it’s drinking superbly already, but it will last another ten years or more. Learn More
  5. Tenuta delle Terre Nere Etna Bianco 2018

    Tenuta delle Terre Nere Etna Bianco 2018

    $26.00
    60% Carricante, 25% Cataratto, 10% Grecanico (the same grape as Garganega), 5% Minella. From local grapes planted on volcanic soils at high altitude, Etna wine is very much its own thing – and extremely good. Aromas of lemons, grapefruit, and peach together with attractive jasmine, floral notes, followed by a mineral, nutty texture and high, almost tart acidity. Refreshing, complex, and rewarding. Learn More
  6. GD Vajra Clare JC Nebbiolo Langhe 2018

    GD Vajra Clare JC Nebbiolo Langhe 2018

    $26.00
    100% Nebbiolo made in the Langhe and the winemaking protocol is based off of 1606 writings from G.B. Croce. Slightly off-dry, high in acid, fully red and slightly tannic (because it’s Nebbiolo). This wine is light, fresh and lively in the mouth but finishes with finesse and length. Meant to take a chill, it is best paired with salumi or any dish that needs a good acidic wine with grip to clear the palate. Learn More
  7. Sottimano "Mate" Brachetto 2018

    Sottimano "Mate" Brachetto 2018

    $24.00
    Piemontese grape Brachetto is usually made into a sweet and lightly sparkling red wine, but this unusual and fascinating wine is completely dry and still. The nose is fruity, aromatic, and perfumed, with aromas of strawberries, cherries, plums, violets, earth, sage, and licorice, leading into a palate with firmly gripping tannins. A very distinctive wine that’s calling out for pasta and rich tomato sauce. Learn More
  8. Domaine St-Cyr "Les Blemonts" Chenas Beaujolais 2017

    Domaine St-Cyr "Les Blemonts" Chenas Beaujolais 2017

    $29.00
    Largest organic producer in Beaujolais who place great emphasis on the terroir of their wines. This Chénas vineyard has an average age of 55 years and is located in a former granite quarry. The result is a deep, intense Gamay, with ripe red fruit and floral aromas, an earthy tannic structure, and a meaty quality. There’s real depth of flavor and concentration to this sophisticated wine, and a long, lasting finish. Learn More
  9. A&G Fantino Cascina Dardi Barolo Riserva 2013

    A&G Fantino Cascina Dardi Barolo Riserva 2013

    $67.00
    First, let’s break down all the words on the label. The producer is two brothers Alessandro and Gian Natale Fantino. Bussia is a cru with in Barolo and Dardi is a section within Bussia that has a perfect south-southeastern exposure. Aromas of roses, watermelon, strawberry, chocolate covered cherries, herbs, raw meat, tabacco, licorice, and mushrooms. The list goes on and on. The palate is extremely approachable, but this can still age for decades. Only 6,000 bottles made Learn More
  10. Charly Thevenet Regnie "Grain and Granit" 2017

    Charly Thevenet Regnie "Grain and Granit" 2017

    $32.00
    Charly has big shoes to fill as he follows his father Jean-Paul Thévenet into the world of vignerons. A few years ago he purchased this parcel of 80 year old vines in Régnié. On the nose there are fresh baking spices, rose petals and savory meaty notes. This is a silky smooth wine that is so easy to drink you will want to put a chill on it and a swirly straw in it before reclining on your chaise lounge. Farmed using biodynamic techniques. Learn More