1. Brovia Roero Arneis 2018

    Brovia Roero Arneis 2018

    Piemonte native Arneis faced near extinction in the 1970s, but it has made a welcome comeback, particularly in the hands of classic producers like Brovia. Aromas of green apples, pears, almonds, and white pepper lead on to a palate with refreshing acidity, some creaminess and weight, and a lingering spicy finish. A serious wine that pairs perfectly with lobster or crabcakes. Learn More
  2. Mas de Daumas Gassac Blanc St-Guilhem-le-Desert 2017

    Mas de Daumas Gassac Blanc St-Guilhem-le-Desert 2017

    Legendary Languedoc producer based in the beautiful St-Guilhem-le-Desert IGP. The eclectic blend is 36% Petit Manseng, 24% Viognier, 24% Chardonnay, 16% Chenin Blanc, all co-fermented. This is a rich, creamy, round, aromatic wine, full of white flowers, crushed pepper, and stone fruits. It’s gently chewy and granular on the palate, with a long finish. There is Such depth to this wine which will last another ten years. Learn More