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  1. Sylvain Bailly Quincy 2017

    Sylvain Bailly Quincy 2017

    Quincy is west of Sancerre and makes similar wines from Sauvignon Blanc at very affordable prices. This is made by a longstanding Sancerre family from limestone, clay, and gravels soils for a wine that couldn’t be mistaken for anything other than Sauvignon Blanc with its pungent green, grassy, asparagus aromas and lively, high acidity. An extremely refreshing, go-to wine. Learn More
  2. Domaine Garnier et Fils Chablis 2016

    Domaine Garnier et Fils Chablis 2016

    Family growers for several generations, brothers Jérôme and Xavier started producing their own wine in 1996 – Jérôme tends the vineyard, Xavier makes the wine. They take a traditional approach, harvesting late, using native yeasts, and ageing the wines in large oak barrels. Their attention to detail and hard work result in high-quality, classic Chablis, with a steely texture, high acidity, aromas of lemon and green apples, and some weight from lees ageing. Learn More
  3. Vivier Chardonnay Sonoma Coast 2016

    Vivier Chardonnay Sonoma Coast 2016

    From a vineyard planted near Russian River in Mendocino back in the 1970s, this textured, refined Chardonnay goes through full malolactic fermentation before spending 16 months in 5% new oak. There’s a gentle richness from the malo and a subtly grainy texture from the oak. Add white flowers, peach, and apricot for a stylish, restrained take on California Chardonnay. Learn More
  4. von Winning Riesling 2017

    von Winning Riesling 2017

    A fuller style of Riesling from meticulous leading Pfalz producer von Winning. Acidity is naturally high and snappy, balanced by a little bit of residual sugar and rich, integrated aromas of lime, pear, and peach, as well as floral notes of honeysuckle and jasmine, and a spicy white pepper texture. Perfect pairing with shellfish or spicy food. Learn More
  5. Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg Riesling 2016

    Schlosskellerei Gobelsburg Riesling 2016

    Second label for the famous Schloss Gobelsburg, one of the best wineries in Kamptal. This is from young-vine Riesling, making this wine all about the grape variety more than terroir and a great example of what Austrian Riesling tastes like: a light smokiness, with fruity lime, peach aromas and fresh – but not exorbitantly high – acidity. Lots of fun. Learn More
  6. Donnhoff Riesling 2017

    Donnhoff Riesling 2017

    Historic Nahe producer makes this perfect introduction to off-dry Riesling, demonstrating how the acidity naturally balances the residual sugar. This is technically a Feinherb, meaning the sugar is 10-20g/L, though it’s hard to notice. There’s also some earthiness and lees aromas for extra body, as well as notable lemon, lime, and grapefruit. Delicious and subtly sophisticated. Learn More
  7. Meyer-Fonne Wineck-Schlossberg Grand Cru Riesling 2016

    Meyer-Fonne Wineck-Schlossberg Grand Cru Riesling 2016

    From the granite soils of Wineck-Schlossberg Grand Cru, near Katzenthal where the winery is based. They have just a hectare of plantings, which are organically farmed. This is stunning Riesling, Alsace at its best and most intense: lime, peach, apricot, white pepper, jasmine, honeysuckle, and smoke going into a precise palate that has a long drying finish. Learn More
  8. Le Rocher des Violettes "Touche-Mitaine" Montlouis-sur-Loire 2017

    Le Rocher des Violettes "Touche-Mitaine" Montlouis-sur-Loire 2017

    Xavier Weisskopf is a young, up-and-coming Loire winemaker producing fantastic wine. Based in Montlouis, he farms organically from vines planted on limestone soils back in 1979. Texture rather than fruitiness is key to his winemaking style, resulting in a wine that’s floral, aromatic, and pretty, with a dry, grainy, acidic palate and a gentle nuttiness from 6 months lees ageing. A great expression of Chenin Blanc. Learn More
  9. Domaine d'Henri St-Pierre Chablis 2015

    Domaine d'Henri St-Pierre Chablis 2015

    Going back to the seventeenth century, the Laroche family own some of the best village plots in Chablis. From 30-year-old estate vines grown in Maligny, Chablis, and Fleys, this is an exceptional and classic representation of the famous appellation. There are light aromas of green apple and citrus fruit, but this is all about the acidic, tight, dry, gripping, and racy palate. Very Chablis. Learn More
  10. Remelluri Rioja Blanco 2015

    Remelluri Rioja Blanco 2015

    $95.00 (NET)
    Legendary, unique white Rioja from nine varieties planted from cuttings Telmo Rodriguez took from winemaker friends across France. The field blend changes each year, but it includes Chardonnay, Roussanne, Sémillon, Sauvignon Blanc, and Viura. This is a wine like no other – none of the grape varieties dominates, instead it’s greater than the sum of its parts, creamy, smoky, grassy, rich, but extremely balanced. Drink now or at any time over the next 20 years. Learn More