1. Bachelet-Monnot Maranges "La Fussiere" 2017

    Bachelet-Monnot Maranges "La Fussiere" 2017

    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. G.D. Vajra Moscato d'Asti 2016

    G.D. Vajra Moscato d'Asti 2016

    This is truly scrumptious, Moscato d’Asti at its finest and most irresistible. There’s an incredible freshness to the wine, with aromas of freshly picked flowers, grapes, peaches, and apricots followed by a light, delicate palate (just 5% ABV) whose creamy mousse gently coats the palate. Think strawberries and cream and go to heaven. Learn More
  3. Michel Sarrazin Maranges 2015

    Michel Sarrazin Maranges 2015

    Family winery that goes back to the seventeenth century, the wine coming from two small adjacent vineyards on the southern tip of this criminally underrated appellation. Great intensity and concentration, with aromas of smoke, black pepper, strawberry, raspberry, red cherries, and licorice, with high acidity and fine, grainy tannins, and a subtly spicy finish. An incredibly pure expression and a great introduction to Maranges – an appellation you need to know about. Learn More