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  1. Pierre Luneau-Papin L d'Or Muscadet 2017

    Pierre Luneau-Papin L d'Or Muscadet 2017

    This comes from old vines with an age of over forty-five years, and as is traditional in Muscadet, it is matured 9 to 12 months on its lees prior to bottling. The lees are stirred to keep them in suspension, creating texture. Flavors of lemon, grapefruit, white currant and nectarine are backed by mellifluous acidity. The mouthwatering salinic minerality that the region is known for provides a perfect backdrop for the fruit flavors to round out the finish. Learn More
  2. Francois Pinon Vouvray Le 2016

    Francois Pinon Vouvray Le 2016

    100% Chenin Blanc. The simply named "Le 2016" was Pinon's only still white bottling in this very difficult vintage in which the estate lost 75% of its crop; it was aged 4-5 months on its fine lees in large oak tonneaux. The wine has lovely aromas of raw honey, lime flower, and earth. The finish is long with citrus, honey, pear and stone fruits. Techinically a demi-sec, but its is balanced by a keen-edged acidity. 22.4 g/L with a PH of 3.07 Learn More
  3. Foradori Manzoni Bianco Fontanasanta 2018

    Foradori Manzoni Bianco Fontanasanta 2018

    100% Manzoni Bianco, an early-20th-century crossing of Riesling and Pinot Bianco. Foradori organically farms and hand-harvests 3 hectares on clay-limestone soils in the Fontanasanta hills above Trento. De-stemmed fruit with 3-4-day skin maceration; aged 8 months in acacia barrel, concrete and clay. The results are yellow apple, white peach, apricot mountain herbs and a stony minerality. The palate is brisk and crisp with lots of length. Learn More
  4. Foradori Teroldego Morei Trentino 2015

    Foradori Teroldego Morei Trentino 2015

    Elisabetta Foradori took over the Family Winery at the age of 19 and has focused on making the best Teroldego in the world. The location in Trentino, just below the Dolomites allows the grape to thrive. This spends 8 months in amphorae with its skins, followed by a racking, and an additional year in amphorae, which she believes breathes life into the wines. Ripe aromas of berries with earthy/dusty and floral notes. A beautiful wine of elegance. Learn More
  5. Monte Dall' Ora "Sausto" Valpolicella 2015

    Monte Dall' Ora "Sausto" Valpolicella 2015

    Traditional Valpolicella grapes are grown on the estate via pergola trained vines on 500 year old terraces, creating a shield from hail and a scorching sun. The “Saustó” is biodynamically grown and is a product of the very best selected lots combined with a longer maceration and partial ripasso. “Very pure Morello cherry fruit flavours, very appealing on the nose. Dry, sweetly fruited, yet savoury and elegantly lean. Firm tannins and fresh acidity. Very well balanced, fresh and delicious” Learn More
  6. Pedralonga doUmia Tinto Rias Baixas 2016

    Pedralonga doUmia Tinto Rias Baixas 2016

    The Tinto DoUmia is a traditional blend of 70% Mencía, 20% Caino, and 10% Espadeiro from the weather battered coasts of Galicia. Biodynamically farmed, fermented with native yeasts and partial whole cluster in stainless steel vats, then aged on the lees for one year. Light and refreshing red fruits with woodsy notes that never venture in to the tart fruit category. The palate is lean yet savory, with forest floor aromas and a pure fruit expression. 375 Cases Produced Learn More
  7. Poggio Bonelli Chianti Classico 2016

    Poggio Bonelli Chianti Classico 2016

    A textbook example of Chianti at an affordable price that stands out amongst its fellow peers. The grapes are 90% Sangiovese and 10% Merlot aged in Barrique. Dark ripe fruits of black cherry, herbs, and earthy clay aromas. Bold and dry with vanilla from the oak and generous amounts balanced fruit and tannins. This is fresh and vibrant while staying true to the classical profile of Chianti Classico. 91 pts Parker Learn More
  8. Ca' Nova Vespolina Gattinara 2017

    Ca' Nova Vespolina Gattinara 2017

    Vespolina is a grape native to the Piedmont region with a genetic connection to Nebbiolo. The grapes for this wine come from Gattinara and are completely de-stemmed to soften the naturally occurring tannins. On the nose you will find white pepper and baking spices, followed by cranberry and red cherry. The palate is light yet powerful with a slightly rustic characteristic that is softened by floral notes, pomegranate, and touches of rhubarb to finish it off. Learn More
  9. Faugier-Gonnet Hermitage 2012

    Faugier-Gonnet Hermitage 2012

    Here is an Hermitage that relies on elegance and finesse, rather than the typical characteristics of strength and power that are more commonly found in the region. Now, this is not to say that the wine does not have the meaty, smoky, herbal garrigue that is a Northern Rhône signature. It still has all of that, and more. Silky smooth on the mid-palate with milk chocolate, stewed black fruits and an expansive finish that seems to build more and more from the opulent overall mouthfeel. Learn More
  10. Clos Barthassade Cuvee H Languedoc Red 2018

    Clos Barthassade Cuvee H Languedoc Red 2018

    Sometimes we taste a wine that is such a great value it makes us embarrassed to admit that we live in Napa. The Languedoc in the south of France is still the go-to spot to find value. This wine is 70% Syrah with 15% Mouvèdre and 15% Grenache. The palate is full of cocoa powder, sedimentary soil, black pepper, and sweet tobacco. The weight of the wine is a little bit chewy and leads to a dry tannic finish, adding layers of complexity. This could become your new “House Red”. Learn More