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  1. Kivelstadt Cellars "Mother of Invention" White Blend Mendocino County 2018

    Kivelstadt Cellars "Mother of Invention" White Blend Mendocino County 2018

    $27.00
    50/50 Marsanne/Roussanne from Mendocino, spending 6 months on the lees in neutral oak barrels to give a lightly creamy texture. This isn’t a fruit bomb – instead it’s all about the texture and structure: waxy and nutty with attractive floral, citrus, and stone fruit aromas with a rich weight to the wine that’s perfectly balanced by the acidity and aromatics coming from the Roussanne. Serve lightly chilled with bouillabaisse. Learn More
  2. Terre Rouge Roussanne  Sierra Foothills 2012

    Terre Rouge Roussanne Sierra Foothills 2012

    $25.00
    A classic Roussanne made by Bill Easton who has been making wine around the Sierra Foothills since the mid 1980’s. Straw in color with exquisite quince and honey-nut aromas, silky mouth feel and excellent minerality. 7 years old already, but with the acidity to age farther. White flowers, a waxy texture with the typical varietal weightiness. Honey, marigold, lemon and a small hint of petrol from age. Bottle aged before release. Learn More
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    Mas Grand Plagniol Costieres de Nimes Blanc 2018

    Mas Grand Plagniol Costieres de Nimes Blanc 2018

    $14.00
    50% Roussanne, 40% Grenache Blanc, 10% Viognier. Delicious, extraordinary value from Costieres de Nîmes in the southern Rhône. A very fresh, pretty, and engaging nose of white flowers, grapes, peaches, and almonds, with a waxy, oily texture on the palate and a balanced, acidic structure. Irresistible on its own, perfect accompaniment to salads or white fish. Very drinkable. Learn More
  4. Julien Pilon St-Joseph Blanc 2014

    Julien Pilon St-Joseph Blanc 2014

    $35.00
    60% Marsanne, 40% Roussanne. It’s unusual to find white St-Joseph, even more so one that has some age to it. The developing maturity is subtle and integrated, with aromas of nuts, mushrooms, and dried fruits adding concentrated complexity to the rich, round, creamy palate that has an edgy graininess to it. This a quite serious wine which will improve even further with age, and provides the perfect accompaniment to rich fish dishes. Learn More
  5. Domaine de Fondreche Ventoux Blanc 2017

    Domaine de Fondreche Ventoux Blanc 2017

    $21.00
    30% each of Roussanne, Clairette, and Grenache Blanc, plus 10% Rolle, spending 6 months on the lees. The fruit comes from Ventoux, not far from Châteauneuf-du-Pape – in blind tastings at the shop, this often beats its more famous neighbor. There’s a light creaminess on the palate, giving the wine texture and body, lifted by lively acidity, chewy stone fruits, a waxy mouthfeel, good grip, and gentle spices. Pair this with a versatile range of foods. Learn More
  6. Vieilles Vignes de St. Roch Grenache Blanc/Roussanne Cotes du Roussillon 2016

    Vieilles Vignes de St. Roch Grenache Blanc/Roussanne Cotes du Roussillon 2016

    $17.00
    80% Grenache Blanc/20% Roussanne. One of those wines which we’re not sure how it sells for such a low price. Grenache Blanc and Roussanne are the perfect fit, their rich nutty aromas complementing each other. There’s also a waxiness to the texture that makes the wine slightly chewy. Acidity is refreshing, lightening the rich texture, with ripe, balanced aromas of peach, apricot, and mango. Learn More
  7. Holus Bolus Roussanne Santa Maria Valley 2017

    Holus Bolus Roussanne Santa Maria Valley 2017

    $33.00
    Grown on the famous Bien Nacido vineyard, where there are just 2ha of Roussanne planted and aged in a combination of concrete and neutral oak. The result is a concentrated wine with great depth that’s complex and aromatic: wax, nuts, stone fruit, white flowers, cream, and spice on the nose, going into a palate lifted by lively acidity and a grainy texture. A great example of Roussanne’s profound balance between rich aromas and fresh acidity. Biodynamic. Learn More
  8. Clos des Centenaires Roussanne 2016

    Clos des Centenaires Roussanne 2016

    $30.00
    It’s unusual and very welcome to find Roussanne on its own, a qualitu grape variety that’s often used to bring aromatics to a blend. The fruit comes from Costières de Nîmes, grown on rocky soils near the Mediterranean. The nose is aromatic, with jasmine, honeysuckle, peach, nectarine, and roasted almonds, followed by a palate that’s quite rich but with lively acidity and a long chewy finish. Learn More
  9. Sine Qua Non Entre Chien et Loup 2015

    Sine Qua Non Entre Chien et Loup 2015

    $200.00 (NET)
    42% Chardonnay, 40% Roussanne, 7% Viognier, 7 % Petit Manseng, 4% Marsanne. 20% raisied in concrete eggs, 20% in stainless steel. As good, if not better than the 2014 white, the 2015 Entre Chien et Loup (which translates to between a dog and wolf, but is a French saying referring to dusk/twilight) checks in as a blend of 44% Chardonnay, 40% Roussanne, 8% Petite Manseng and 8% Viognier, raised in a combination of concrete eggs, stainless steel, used barrels and new French oak (varying sizes). The Chardonnay dominates on the nose which shows terrific buttered citrus, stone fruits, marzipan and brioche nuances. These carry over to the palate where the wine is full-bodied, thrillingly concentrated and textured, with bright, even racy acidity. Give this beauty a few years, and it’s going to keep for two decades or more. Learn More
  10. Boudinaud La Roussaline Rhone White Blend 2018

    Boudinaud La Roussaline Rhone White Blend 2018

    $15.00
    Great-value Côtes du Rhône blend of 40% Marsanne, 40% Viognier, and 20% Roussanne. The three varieties all come together to add depth and complexity: a waxy oiliness from Marsanne, aromas of white flowers, peach, and nectarine from Viognier as well as some richness, and acidity from Roussanne. Overall, a refreshing wine with some weight and spice. Learn More