1. Vietti Moscato d'Asti  2018

    Vietti Moscato d'Asti 2018

    Sparkling Moscato from Piedmont, Italy. It is as floral and pretty as the label suggests. Lots of fresh flowers and tropical fruits in the smell and taste. Medium-sweet, perfect with fresh fruits, young goat cheeses, and just by itself. Check out the low 5% alcohol. Ideal early afternoon wine. Learn More
  2. G.D. Vajra Moscato d'Asti 2018

    G.D. Vajra Moscato d'Asti 2018

    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
  3. Ameztoi Getariako Sparkling Txakolina Rose "Hijo de Rubentis" MAGNUM 2016

    Ameztoi Getariako Sparkling Txakolina Rose "Hijo de Rubentis" MAGNUM 2016

    "Hijo de Rubentis means Son of Rubentis. This sparkling rosé txakolina is sourced from the same vineyard as the Ameztoi Rubentis, but the grapes were picked 10 days earlier to ensure a lower base alcohol. Secondary fermentation occurred in bottle. Dosage: 5g/L." Cheerful as well as fresh in mouth; elegant and tasty in the palate; with a tenacious red fruits´flavoured end. Learn More
  4. Marc Hebrart Brut Rose Champagne NV

    Marc Hebrart Brut Rose Champagne NV

    The Hebrart family has been making Champagne under their family name since the 1960's. The wines are complex and refined, but easy to drink and enjoy. This rose is entirely sourced from Chardonnay and Pinot Noir vineyards in Mareuil-sur-Ay, a Premier Cru village in Champagne of the highest quality (many argue that the Village should be upgraded to Grand Cru status). Roses, candied rhubarb, strawberries and cream, and almond. Learn More
  5. Pierre Gimonnet Gastronome Brut 2014

    Pierre Gimonnet Gastronome Brut 2014

    This is often my great favorite, for times when I want a slender minerally Champagne with character and length. Didier’s goal is to create a Champagne for the table—thus it has 4 rather than 6 atmospheres of pressure, and a silkier mousse. It’s 50% Chouilly Montaigu and Rond Buissons, both in the 55-65 year old range, 21.5% Cuis, 15.5% Cramant and 13% Oger. Long and rich, but incisively thready and chalky —Terry Theise Learn More
  6. Famille Peillot Bugey Montagnieu Sparkling NV

    Famille Peillot Bugey Montagnieu Sparkling NV

    A sparkling wine made from the grape Altesse which is also known as Roussette. Most sparkling wines coming out of the region of Bugey Montagnieu are dry, however the region of Bugey Cerdon is mostly red and sweet. There are flavors of both green and yellow apple, lemon curd and a healthy dose of yeast from the methode traditionnelle. A great wine at half the price of most Champagne. Learn More
  7. Forest-Marie Brut Champagne

    Forest-Marie Brut Champagne

    A 50/50 blend of both Chardonnay and Pinot Noir and a combination of the 2008 and 2010 vintages. Big, rich, round, yeasty biscuit quilities are the star of the show here. A really nice Growers Champagne with the land being in the family going back to 1746. A nose of cool pear, cream, citrus, brioche, and light apple. The palate is moderate in weight with golden apple, pear, brioche, and a light oak barrel spice to add texture. Learn More
  8. Stephane Coquillette Les Cles Blanc de Noirs NV

    Stephane Coquillette Les Cles Blanc de Noirs NV

    The grapes are coming from Ay in a warmer, richer, growing environment within close proximity to the River Marne. This Champagne is oozing with fruit and richness and it is rounder than many sparkling wines in its category. The fruit from the Pinot Noir is visable in the glass, but it still has the tart cherry characteristics that compliment the acidity. This only spends time in stainless steel and the freshness and crispness are protected by the steel container. Learn More
  9. Gerard Villet Cremant du Jura Rose

    Gerard Villet Cremant du Jura Rose

    The grapes for this are grown biodynamically and they are 100% Trousseau from the not-often imported region of Jura. Sparkling Trousseau from Jura you say? Aged 30 months on the lees gives this a medium bubble intensity and a true methode traditionnelle quality. As is common from the region, this is just slightly oxidized with raspberry, cranberry and spicy earth notes. The deep rich color gives hints of the fruits in the glass. Learn More
  10. Von Winning Riesling Extra Brut Sekt

    Von Winning Riesling Extra Brut Sekt

    If you look at many of the Champagne houses in France, they may have a relationship to Germany… In fact Germans are the largest consumers of sparkling wine in the world. This is a stellar production from a German house that can do no wrong when it comes to their winemaking. A serious wine with it being an extra-brut; Riesling may never appear the same to you again. Tart citrus, nectarine, green apples and bone-dry. No sweetness here. Learn More