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  1. Gremillet Brut Selection NV

    Gremillet Brut Selection NV

    $45.00
    70% Pinot Noir, 30% Chardonnay, from the Côte des Bars area of Champagne, made by a small producer who have been making their own wine since 1979. The wine spends 22 months on the lees before bottling and dosage is 9/L, giving the wine some richness. This is an approachable champagne that’s a little more fruit forward with aromas of green apples, cinnamon, and toast, followed by crisp acidity on the palate and a drying finish. Very tasty. Learn More
  2. Ghost of a Chance Grooveline "Dancing Queen"  Pet Nat Sierra Foothills 2018

    Ghost of a Chance Grooveline "Dancing Queen" Pet Nat Sierra Foothills 2018

    $30.00
    This is fruit in a glass. It’s 100% Mourvèdre from the Sierra Foothills. Fermentation is finished off in the bottle (so expect a bit of sediment), which makes this wine incredibly fresh. Bright pink in appearance, with fruity aromas of cranberry, strawberry, plum, and blackberry, as well as white pepper and cinnamon. Vibrant and alive on the palate, this is as refreshing as it gets. Make sure this bottle is cold when you open it! Learn More
  3. J.L. Vergnon Conversation Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru Brut Champagne NV 375 ml

    J.L. Vergnon Conversation Blanc de Blancs Grand Cru Brut Champagne NV 375 ml

    $28.00
    100% Chardonnay from the three Grand Cru villages of Le Mesnil, Oger, and Avize, based on the 2012 vintage with 25% reserve wine. No malolactic fermentation for a very fresh, lively style, the acidity balancing the creamy, yeasty palate from four year lees ageing. 5g/L dosage gives some body and weight. Round and finely textured, this is a delicious champagne – perfect in a half-bottle. Learn More
  4. Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Rose Brut Champagne NV Magnum

    Laurent-Perrier Cuvee Rose Brut Champagne NV Magnum

    $190.00 (NET)
    Simply one of the best rosé champagnes out there, and even better in a magnum. This is a quietly serious, sophisticated rosé with delicate aromas of rose petals, pot pourri, strawberries, and cranberries, plus a touch of cinnamon and white pepper, all rounded off by a gently round, creamy mousse and a long, graceful finish. So stylish. Learn More
  5. Mangin et Fils Brut Rose Champagne NV

    Mangin et Fils Brut Rose Champagne NV

    $45.00
    Producer based in Vallée de la Marne, working exclusively with Meunier for fresh, fruity styles of champagne. This rosé is inviting and exciting, with aromas of strawberry, raspberry, and red cherry, a touch of cinnamon, and a creamy mousse that makes it extremely fun and refreshing. 6g/L dosage fills the wine out and gives it some weight, all lifted by the vibrant acidity. Very easy to drink more. Learn More
  6. Raventos i Blanc "de Nit" NV

    Raventos i Blanc "de Nit" NV

    $17.00
    Raventos i Blanc are one of the oldest producers in the Penedés region and make wine of such quality that they have left the Cava designation. The lightest of pink colors, this is a blend of 48% Xareŀlo, 15% Macabeo, 32% Parellada, and 5% Monastrell, and is wonderfully delicious and refreshing with a vibrant nose of red fruits, cinnamon, rose petals, and a gentle creaminess on the palate. In a half bottle, this is the perfect picnic wine. Learn More
  7. Maximin Grunhauser Riesling Sekt Brut 2015

    Maximin Grunhauser Riesling Sekt Brut 2015

    $38.00
    The Germans drink more sparkling wine than anywhere else in the world. A lot of it isn’t that good but top producers make Sekt similar in quality to champagne but in a more aromatic style. Aged for 8 months on the lees and then topped up with high-quality Auslese from 2011, this serious bottle of bubbles is expressive of Riesling while also toasty and nutty with a gently creamy mouthfeel. The touch of sweetness on the palate (13.6g/L) is perfectly balanced by high acidity. Racy and mineral with a long finish. Learn More
  8. G.D. Vajra Moscato d'Asti 2016

    G.D. Vajra Moscato d'Asti 2016

    $19.00
    This is truly scrumptious, Moscato d’Asti at its finest and most irresistible. There’s an incredible freshness to the wine, with aromas of freshly picked flowers, grapes, peaches, and apricots followed by a light, delicate palate (just 5% ABV) whose creamy mousse gently coats the palate. Think strawberries and cream and go to heaven. Learn More
  9. Michel Gonet Grand Cru Mesnil-sur-Oger Blanc de Blancs 2011

    Michel Gonet Grand Cru Mesnil-sur-Oger Blanc de Blancs 2011

    $53.00
    From the classic Grand Cru village of Mesnil-sur-Oger, known for its razor-sharp acidity, comes this elegant vintage Blanc de Blancs champagne. Delicate aromas of citrus and green apple are given weight by a lightly creamy, biscuit texture. Acidity is nervy and cutting, still very fresh over eight years after the vintage. A long, persistent, subtly spicy finish completes this keenly priced wine. Learn More
  10. Ridgeview "Bloomsbury" Brut NV

    Ridgeview "Bloomsbury" Brut NV

    $48.00
    59% Chardonnay, 27% Pinot Noir, 14% Meunier. English sparkling wine is coming through as a serious rival to champagne, as is evidenced by this stylish bottle of bubbles from established producer, Ridgeview. There’s a creamy, nutty mouthfeel and aromas of baking apples and cinnamon with the high acidity characteristic of English wine offset by a small, barely noticeable amount of residual sugar (9g/L). A sophisticated wine with a serious edge. Learn More