1. Domaine du Tremblay Sauvignon Blanc Quincy 2018

    Domaine du Tremblay Sauvignon Blanc Quincy 2018

    Quincy is a tiny little appellation just west of the massively popular Sancerre, but the quality is all there. The region of roughly 25 producers sits on mostly sand and gravel; tiny production means the wines don’t make it to the states very often. This wine is 100% Sauvignon Blanc and shows notes of fresh-cut grass, honeydew melon, yellow apple, and Bartlett pear. There is a salty minerality with more of a green apple on the palate leading to a finish that is dry without being austere. Learn More
  2. Daniel Chotard Sancerre 2018

    Daniel Chotard Sancerre 2018

    In recent years Daniel has handed over the reins to his son Simon, which has resulted in some subtle changes, such as organic farming practices. Another choice Simon makes is to pick the grapes later than most in order to achieve a style that has less acid. This does not make a flabby wine by any means; instead it exhibits round flavors of pears, quince, and honeydew. This is a very refreshing take on the classic Sancerre. Learn More
  3. Respide Medeville Bordeaux Blanc Graves 2016

    Respide Medeville Bordeaux Blanc Graves 2016

    50% Sémillon, 48% Sauvignon Blanc, 2% Muscadelle. Classic Bordeaux producer located north of the town of Langon, where some of the best – and best-value – Graves wines are found. This blend delivers everything you’d want and expect from white Bordeaux: nutty, waxy, and fruity, with aromas of roasted almonds, hazelnuts, grapefruit, peach, apricot, and melon, plus a saline quality and cheese and spice from lees ageing. Rich and appealing. Learn More