2020 Domaine de Cornillac Beaujolais Nouveau


Domaine de Cornillac is a small, family-owned winery in the Saint Verand region of southern Beaujolais. Unlike most Beaujolais Nouveau that are produced by large conglomerates to be sold en masse to American consumers, Domaine de Cornillac uses the grapes from their young estate vines to produce a small bottling of Nouveau.

2017 Stéphane Ogier “Le Temps Est Venu” Cotes du Rhone


From the age of six, current owner and winemaker Stéphane knew he wanted to follow in his winemaker father’s footsteps. In 1997, after completing his oenological studies in Beaune, Stéphane formally joined the family estate known for producing wines from some of the most famous Côte-Rôtie areas.

2018 Maison Albert Bichot Coteaux Bourguignons


Maison Albert Bichot is one of Burgundy’s best negociants. Able to source grapes from all over Burgundy, they produce everything from the finest Grand Cru Burgundy has to offer to more affordable table wines. Coteaux Bourguignons is a recent appellation (created in 2011) to give Burgundy’s winemakers greater flexibility.

2019 Louis Jadot Domaine Clair-Daü Marsannay Rosé, Burgundy, France


Domaine Clair-Daü, although relatively young, was one of the greatest domaines of Burgundy. The Domaine was founded in 1919 when Joseph Clair married Marguerite Dau.

Bhakta Brandy Barrel 3 20ml


BHAKTA Brandy is the rarest spirit known to mankind. A blend of 8 Armagnac vintages 50-152 years old. This makes it among the oldest spirits on the market. We finish our brandy in Islay Scotch casks for a unique, smoky intrigue. 

2019 Cherche Midi Rose, Vin de France


The Cherche Midi wines are blended especially for Paris Wine Company by Benjamin Beguin and Aurore de Fleurieu from organic alluvial vineyards between the Gardon and Rhône rivers. The wines are crafted to be enjoyable and easy to drink straight away, and to offer great value for an organic wine from the south of France.

2019 Domaine des Aspras “Trois Frères” Blanc, Provence, France


Most wine drinkers know Provence for one thing: rosé. And with good reason! 88% of wine production in Provence is dedicated to rosé, making red and white wines a statistical underdog. But like any good underdog story, these wines often punch above their weight to get the notice they deserve.

2017 Pour Le Vin “Bon Appetit” Merlot, Pays d’Oc, France


In July we featured Pour Le Vin’s “Rendez-Vous” Sauvignon Blanc which was incredibly popular. This month we are proud to have their Merlot as our Wine of the Month. Pour Le Vin is an energetic new company making a range of wines made from grapes sourced in the Languedoc and Gascony.

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