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. Charles Hours Jurancon Sec Clos Uroulat "Cuvee Marie" 2015

    Charles Hours Jurancon Sec Clos Uroulat "Cuvee Marie" 2015

    The grapes that make up this dry white wine are mostly Gros Manseng with some Courbu. The vineyards are netled into the Pyrénées mountains and they produce a wine that is both rustic and fresh. Bright flavors of raw honey, yellow apple, pear, cantaloupe, tangerine and mango show well right along side honeysuckle and flowers. There is an underlying note of minerality that compliments the juicy acidity. This is seriously fun. Learn More