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  1. Enfield "Citrine" Chardonnay California 2017

    Enfield "Citrine" Chardonnay California 2017

    $32.00
    From four vineyards across California, though primarily centered on ungrafted 40-year-old vines in Rorick Vineyard in the Sierra Foothills. It’s called “citrine” for the yellow quartz and goldstone soils. It’s barrel fermented, goes through full MLF, and spends three to four months on the lees, followed by another seven months ageing. Aromas of peach, nectarine, white pepper, cinnamon, lees, yogurt, and cream lead on to a round, fresh palate. Very balanced. Learn More
  2. Le Clos du Chateau l'Oiseliniere Muscadet Sevre et Maine 2013

    Le Clos du Chateau l'Oiseliniere Muscadet Sevre et Maine 2013

    $30.00
    Muscadet is known for the neutral aromas of its wines, but more of the top producers are ageing the wines for considerable periods of time to add intensity and concentration while naturally maintaining high acidity. This wine, which comes from 80-year-old vines, is aged for 31 months on the lees in cement tanks. Aromas of lees, toast, biscuit, white pepper, smoke, and petrol, with piercing acidity. Intense, and to be drunk with seafood. Learn More
  3. Oro Bello Chardonnay California 2017

    Oro Bello Chardonnay California 2017

    $20.00
    A blend of Lodi and Petaluma Gap fruit for a balanced combination of fruitiness and acidity, with a bit of Muscat added for weight and aromatics. This is classic California Chardonnay, generous but balanced, with aromas of peach, apricot, grapes, oak, and white pepper, held together by a fresh, grainy structure. Very easy to drink, a wine that will have you coming back for more. Learn More
  4. Valdesil "Montenovo" Godello Valdeorras 2017

    Valdesil "Montenovo" Godello Valdeorras 2017

    $17.00
    Valdesil are a producer who own the world’s oldest Godello vines, planted back in the 1880s in Valdeorras. Understandably, it’s a variety they specialize in, using it to explore the mountainous terroir of the region. This is their introductory Godello, which is fermented using native yeasts and released to be drunk young and fresh, with a subtle creaminess rounding the wine out. Extremely appealing. Learn More
  5. Rivers-Marie Platt Vineyard Chardonnay Sonoma Coast 2017

    Rivers-Marie Platt Vineyard Chardonnay Sonoma Coast 2017

    $60.00
    Joint project between Thomas Rivers Brown and his partner Genevieve Marie Welsh for a very sophisticated Chardonnay. The fruit comes from the quality Platt Vineyard, in the hills west of Sebastopol. The nose is rich, with aromas of stone and tropical fruits, oak, and malolactic fermentation, giving way to a leaner palate that has vibrant acidity and a grainy, spicy structure. A serious, concentrated expression of California Chardonnay. Learn More
  6. Mas de Daumas Gassac Blanc St-Guilhem-le-Desert 2017

    Mas de Daumas Gassac Blanc St-Guilhem-le-Desert 2017

    $50.00
    Legendary Languedoc producer based in the beautiful St-Guilhem-le-Desert IGP. The eclectic blend is 36% Petit Manseng, 24% Viognier, 24% Chardonnay, 16% Chenin Blanc, all co-fermented. This is a rich, creamy, round, aromatic wine, full of white flowers, crushed pepper, and stone fruits. It’s gently chewy and granular on the palate, with a long finish. There is Such depth to this wine which will last another ten years. Learn More
  7. 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
  8. Maldonado Chardonnay "Los Olivos Vineyard" Napa Valley 2015

    Maldonado Chardonnay "Los Olivos Vineyard" Napa Valley 2015

    $38.00
    Lupe Maldonado arrived in America in 1968, working his way up from day laborer. Fast forward to today: his family owns 10 acres in Jamieson Canyon and he runs both winery and vineyards with his son and grandkids. Classic “big Napa” Chardonnay: buttered toast flavors (100% ML, barrel fermented and aged) are balanced by ripe lemon, fig, apple, and roast hazelnut, complemented by zippy acid. Learn More
  9. Raul Perez Godello "La del Vivo" Bierzo 2016

    Raul Perez Godello "La del Vivo" Bierzo 2016

    $38.00
    Single-vineyard Godello from Bierzo, where the harsh continental climate begins to be moderated by the Atlantic. Organically farmed, the fruit is fermented in 500 and 700L oak barrels and old amphorae, with 20% of the wine kept in contact with the skins for a year. A dense, expressive, concentrated wine, with aromas of beeswax, chamomile, almonds, green apple, pear, and lemon followed by a rich, full-bodied palate with a long, complex finish. Learn More
  10. Jules Desjourneys Pouilly-Vinzelles Maconnais 2015

    Jules Desjourneys Pouilly-Vinzelles Maconnais 2015

    $53.00
    This is an exceptional example of the rising quality coming out of the Mâconnais. It’s unusually fermented in concrete and glass vessels, before being aged in 30% new oak barrels. It’s rich on the nose, with aromas of peach, nectarine, banana, acacia, honeysuckle, smoke, and oak, all lifted by fresh acidity, a lightly grainy texture, and a compelling finish. Complex and stuctured, this is classic white Burgundy. Learn More