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  1. 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 Mesnuil-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
  2. 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
  3. Monge-Granon Clairette de Die NV

    Monge-Granon Clairette de Die NV

    $17.00
    85% Muscat, 15% Clairette. From a biodynamic producer, this is like a more sophisticated Asti: the must is cooled at 3% ABV and then fermentation continues in the bottle, lying on its lees for at least four months before the wine is filtered under pressure from one bottle to another. The result is a very easy, engaging wine that’s fruity, fresh, grapey, floral, and tropical, with a sweet, light palate. Alcohol is just 8%. Irresisible. Learn More
  4. Case Paolin Prosecco Treviso DOC NV

    Case Paolin Prosecco Treviso DOC NV

    $21.00
    Casa Paolin have become one of our favorite Prosecco producers, their wines having a consistent quality and appeal not always found in the region. This is fruity, aromatic, and floral, with peaches, pears, white flowers, and spices going into a palate that’s fun, easy, and fresh, with a drying finish. A small amount of residual sugar gives body and creamy richness. This goes down very easily and smoothly. Learn More
  5. Laherte Freres Blanc de Blancs Champagne NV Magnum

    Laherte Freres Blanc de Blancs Champagne NV Magnum

    $110.00
    This delightful champagne is made from a combination of organically and biodynamically farmed grapes that partially go through malolactic fermentation. The blend includes 40% reserve wines and spends three years on the lees. The result is a very pretty nose with white flowers and lightly nutty, spicy yeast aromas that lead into a dry, reserved, balanced, acidic, and slightly lean palate. A quietly serious, sophisticated Blanc de Blancs. Learn More
  6. Laherte Freres Blanc de Blancs Champagne M.V.

    Laherte Freres Blanc de Blancs Champagne M.V.

    $50.00
    This delightful champagne is made from a combination of organically and biodynamically farmed grapes that partially go through malolactic fermentation. The blend includes 40% reserve wines and spends three years on the lees. The result is a very pretty nose with white flowers and lightly nutty, spicy yeast aromas that lead into a dry, reserved, balanced, acidic, and slightly lean palate. A quietly serious, sophisticated Blanc de Blancs. Learn More
  7. Larmandier-Bernier Latitude

    Larmandier-Bernier Latitude

    $55.00
    Biodynamic producer based in Vertus. This is 100% Chardonnay, with a dosage of 4g/L to give body and weight to balance the natural, very fresh acidity. Aged for two years on the lees and 40% coming from a perpetual reserve started in 2004, this has a wonderful combination of mature toasty, cooking apple aromas, a rich creaminess, and a drying acidic finish. Powerful and generous for a Blanc de Blancs, with a spicy finish. Learn More
  8. Clos de la Briderie "Purete de Silex" Cremant de Loire 2015

    Clos de la Briderie "Purete de Silex" Cremant de Loire 2015

    $22.00
    40% Chenin Blanc, 20% Chardonnay, 20% Cabernet Franc, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon. Vincent Girault took over his parents’ property just after they converted to biodynamics in 1994. He’s rightly known for his light, elegant Crémant de Loire. This spends 2 years on the lees and receives a dosage of 9g/L to balance the high acidity. A very pretty nose of cinnamon, apple, pear, peach goes into a creamy smooth, and all-too-easy palate. Great Crémant. Learn More
  9. Marc Delienne Le Petit Nat 2016

    Marc Delienne Le Petit Nat 2016

    $29.00
    Here’s something you don’t see every day: pét-nat Gamay. It’s made from 40 to 80-year-old vines by Fleurie-based producer Marc Delienne. Alcohol is just 10%, making this a light, refreshing, and very approachable wine. Acidity is high and extremely fresh, with lots of fruity aromas – green and red apples, pear, lemon, and grapefruit – as well as some subtle, spicy, cinnamon aromas. Learn More
  10. Stephane Coquillette Marie Aimer Rose NV

    Stephane Coquillette Marie Aimer Rose NV

    $70.00
    4th generation winemaker makes this very pretty rosé using the saignée method (two days maceration) rather than by adding red wine. It’s 100% Pinot Noir with 5g/L dosage to give it a little richness. The nose is extremely inviting, with strawberry, raspberry, roses, cinnamon, and lavender, followed by a subtly creamy texture on the palate and a drying acidic finish. Serious, sophisticated, very drinkable rosé. Learn More