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  1. Domaine Gigou "Jus de Terre" Jasnieres 2014
  2. Henri Bourgeois "Les Baronnes" Sancerre 2018

    Henri Bourgeois "Les Baronnes" Sancerre 2018

    Legendary Sancerre producer – this is everything you’d expect from Loire Sauvignon Blanc. The wine is full of pungent but balanced and integrated grassy, herbaceous aromas, as well as citrus, green apples, and elderflower, and a slight earthiness. The acidity is really crisp, adding to the lean, stony, steely, mineral mouthfeel. Classic Sancerre. Learn More
  3. 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
  4. Amphibolite Muscadet Sevre et Maine 2018

    Amphibolite Muscadet Sevre et Maine 2018

    This is a wine that is made to be consumed in it youth. There is mouthwatering acidity which makes the fresh, vibrant fruit leap out of the glass. Tart apple, Bartlett pear, and a light nutty character from light lees aging. Bitter lemon and white stone fruits pair with the rocky/boulder like minerality. Staying true to its name: Amphibolite - a metamorphic stone generally formed from gabbro or basalt, with a high concentration of iron and magnesium. Learn More
  5. Domaine Laporte "Les Duchesses" Pouilly-Fume 2018

    Domaine Laporte "Les Duchesses" Pouilly-Fume 2018

    If you are tired of the modernized style of Sancerre and are looking for something that has more personality and less polish, look west across the river to Pouilly-Fumé. A wealth of smoky minerality and acidity are framed by the grapefruit and lemon/lime. This wine spend 5 months on its lees giving it texture that stands up to the herbal grassiness and pencil shavings. Light hints of mint, orange zest and honeydew melon. Learn More
  6. Sophie Roux St-Pourcain 2015

    Sophie Roux St-Pourcain 2015

    50% Chardonnay, 50% Tressalier – a local grape known as Sacy in Burgundy. West of the Mâconnais, St-Pourçain was once regarded as the finest of Loire’s whites, but due to phylloxera, war, and other crops it’s now tiny – just 640ha – so it’s a rare treat to try one. There’s a delicate richness with stone fruit and spicy lees aromas that give some weight to the tight, gripping acidity and grainy texture. Think of this as a cool take on Burgundy. Learn More
  7. Domaine Huet Vouvray "Haut Lieu" 1er Trie Moelleux 2016

    Domaine Huet Vouvray "Haut Lieu" 1er Trie Moelleux 2016

    "The High Place" vineyard is Huet's original vineyard. Owned and farmed since the winery's beginning in 1928. Clay/limestone heavy vineyard makes for Huet's most delicious-now Chenin Blancs. 1er Trie MOELLEUX: First pick of the harvest: berry selection. Result is their sweetest wine. Wild, we know. Viscosity, electric acidity, fresh limes, lemon sorbet, lite caramel. 80 G/L R.S. Learn More