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  1. Domaine St-Cyr "Les Blemonts" Chenas Beaujolais 2017

    Domaine St-Cyr "Les Blemonts" Chenas Beaujolais 2017

    $29.00
    Largest organic producer in Beaujolais who place great emphasis on the terroir of their wines. This Chénas vineyard has an average age of 55 years and is located in a former granite quarry. The result is a deep, intense Gamay, with ripe red fruit and floral aromas, an earthy tannic structure, and a meaty quality. There’s real depth of flavor and concentration to this sophisticated wine, and a long, lasting finish. Learn More
  2. A&G Fantino Cascina Dardi Barolo Riserva 2013

    A&G Fantino Cascina Dardi Barolo Riserva 2013

    $67.00
    First, let’s break down all the words on the label. The producer is two brothers Alessandro and Gian Natale Fantino. Bussia is a cru with in Barolo and Dardi is a section within Bussia that has a perfect south-southeastern exposure. Aromas of roses, watermelon, strawberry, chocolate covered cherries, herbs, raw meat, tabacco, licorice, and mushrooms. The list goes on and on. The palate is extremely approachable, but this can still age for decades. Only 6,000 bottles made Learn More
  3. Charly Thevenet Rengie "Grain and Granit" 2017

    Charly Thevenet Rengie "Grain and Granit" 2017

    $32.00
    Charly has big shoes to fill as he follows his father Jean-Paul Thévenet into the world of vignerons. A few years ago he purchased this parcel of 80 year old vines in Régnié. On the nose there are fresh baking spices, rose petals and savory meaty notes. This is a silky smooth wine that is so easy to drink you will want to put a chill on it and a swirly straw in it before reclining on your chaise lounge. Farmed using biodynamic techniques. Learn More
  4. Dupeuble Beaujolais Village 2018

    Dupeuble Beaujolais Village 2018

    $16.00
    You will find all the typical Beaujolais characteristics in this wine, but they are all a little bit more polished and intense. The result of 50-100 years old vines, the flowers are spring-time roses, the baking spices are Madagascar only, and the fruit is plucked right from the branch. This is still just a baby and it should age for the next 5 plus years. One of the most serious Beaujolais Village you will come across. Learn More
  5. Pascal Janvier "Cuvee du Rosier" Coteaux du Loir 2018

    Pascal Janvier "Cuvee du Rosier" Coteaux du Loir 2018

    $21.00
    This truly unique wine might just put a spell on you. The flavors run the gamut of red and black fruits, black cherry, tar and roses, and leather covered cedar box. The region of Coteaux du Loir is located in the north of the Loire and this wine is made from the grape Pineau d’Aunis. The wine has a beautiful gathering of acidity, earth, savory, crispness and depth. Light bodied, but 100% serious. Learn More
  6. Thierry Germain Domaine Roches Neuve saumur Champigny 2018

    Thierry Germain Domaine Roches Neuve saumur Champigny 2018

    $29.00
    With the rising price of Burgundy forcing many to look to other regions, we are always looking for wines that over-deliver. In a sea full of co-ops in Mâcon there is Henri Perrusset, working his vineyards by hand and reducing the yields. The result is a blend of rich fruit expressing its limestone core. This is a perfect un-oaked Chardonnay that has been naturally fermented and aged on its lees for 8-10 months. At this price, you can buy it by the case. Learn More
  7. Watermark Cabernet Sauvignon Mt Veeder, Napa Valley 2014

    Watermark Cabernet Sauvignon Mt Veeder, Napa Valley 2014

    $77.00
    Fruit comes from Wildcat vineyard on Mt Veeder, 2000 feet high. The winemaker is Phil Steinschreiber, who has spent more than 20 years at Diamond Creek. This is a big and rich Cabernet, but not overbearing, with aromas of black cherry, cassis, cocoa, tobacco, bay leaf, iron, and fennel. The acidity is bright with chucky tannins that soften with air. A forward, very approachable Cab. Learn More
  8. Joseph Swan Pinot Noir "Saralee's" Russian River Valley 2015

    Joseph Swan Pinot Noir "Saralee's" Russian River Valley 2015

    $45.00
    Joe Swan started making Pinot in the late 1960s, and until her recent death Saralee Kunde spent her lifetime farming one of the best vineyards in Russian River Valley. It’s been a lasting, ongoing relationship, and this Pinot remains one of Sonoma’s classics. There’s a pleasing balance between ripe, almost jammy red fruits, a firm tannic structure, lively acidity, and a restrained seriousness for this engaging, long-lived Pinot Noir. Learn More
  9. Cruse Wine Co Monkey Jacket 2018

    Cruse Wine Co Monkey Jacket 2018

    $28.00
    51% Valdiguié from across Mendocino, Napa, Sonoma, and Suisun, plus Carignan, Syrah, and a North Coast field blend. 20% of the blend was fermented whole cluster for aromas of bright raspberry tart, sweet summer flowers, and wild bramble followed on the palate by fresh acidity, crunchy fruit, and simple, cleansing tannins. Light and very approachable. Learn More
  10. Jean-Marie Chaland Gamay Maconnais 2016

    Jean-Marie Chaland Gamay Maconnais 2016

    $30.00
    Unusually, this comes from four clones of organically-farmed 45 to 80-year-old Gamay vines – Gamay Noir, Gamay de Chaudenay, Gamay de Bouze, and Gamay Fréau. It goes through carbonic maceration and is then aged in demi-muid. The result is a dense, concentrated wine with juicy aromas of strawberry, red cherry, pepper, and clove and a palate that has a tight, firm grip. An unusually good Mâconnais Gamay. Learn More