France

2018 Domaine Romanin Macon-Villages, France

$18.99

A smaller estate based in Fuissé, Domaine Romanin is under the stewardship of the fifth generation of the Vervier Family.

2017 Domaine des Escaravailles ‘Les Sablières’, Côtes du Rhône, France

$15.99

Domaine des Escaravailles has been the property of the Ferran family for three generations.

2019 Mas de Libian Vin de Pétanque, Vin de France

$17.99

Mas de Libian comes from a family with wine in their blood. Jean-Pierre Thibon and his wife Jacqueline started the estate in 1995. They had three daughters, Hélène, Catherine, and Cécile, all of whom work in wine. Hélène and her husband Alain joined Mas de Libian immediately, followed later by Catherine and their son Auzélien, while Cécile does oenology research in Bordeaux.

2018 Château Fontanès Cabernet Sauvignon, Pays d'Oc, France

$14.99

Cyriaque Rozier, the highly acclaimed winemaker and vineyard manager at Château La Roque, makes his own wine under the label Château Fontanès in Pic St-Loup in the Languedoc. He first started his domaine in 2003, and undertook the ultimate labor of love in the Languedoc—planting a vineyard. The land is hard as a rock, quite literally, and composed primarily of limestone and clay. To plant a vineyard here is a game of patience and incredibly hard work.

2019 Peyrassol “#Lou” Rosé, Provence

2019 Peyrassol “#Lou” Rosé, Provence
$16.99

Year after year, this is one of our favorite rosés! Recently this wine has been so popular nationally that we’ve hardly been able to get our hands on any, but because of some unusual circumstances this year we got A LOT. #Lou is from the esteemed Château Peyrassol, one of the best producers of rosé in the world. Château Peyrassol can trace their history back to the Knights Templars of the 13th century.

2016 Jean-Paul Tollot and Anne Gros La 50/50, Minervois

2016 Jean-Paul Tollot and Anne Gros La 50/50, Minervois
$19.99

The cool elegance of Burgundy, the warm soul of southern France— winemaker Anne Gros (of Domaine Anne Gros in Vosne-Romanée) and Jean-Paul Tollot (of Domaine Tollot-Beaut) are without question crafting some of the more harmonious, captivating red blends in the Languedoc today. The estate’s 35 acres of old vines in Cazelles grow on a plateau at the foot of the Montagne Noir, 660 feet above sea level, the same altitude as Vosne-Romanée in Burgundy.

2018 Bouchard Aine et Fils ‘Heritage du Conseiller’ Chardonnay

2018 Bouchard Aine et Fils ‘Heritage du Conseiller’ Chardonnay
$9.99

Bouchard Aîné & Fils is one of France’s great negociant families, sourcing grapes from vineyards throughout Burgundy. With hundreds of years in the business, they have fostered long-lasting relationships and have access to some of Burgundy’s best vineyards. With the new appellation of Vin de France (created in 2009) they were given greater liberty in where they source their grapes, and for this wine they worked with vignerons throughout Southern France.

2016 Les Duettiste Bourgogne Blanc, Burgundy

2016 Les Duettiste Bourgogne Blanc, Burgundy
$24.99

Bruno Lafon and Pierre Meurgey are connected to some of the most famous family names in Burgundy.  Domaine Lafon is regarded as one of the greatest producers of Meursault and Meurgey comes from a reputable broker background and now owner of Maison Champy since 1990.   Between the two men, their relationships and family history set the stage for this amazing partnership.  The Les Duettiste Bourgogne Blanc is a tasty white Burgundy coming

2019 Château Guilhem "Pot de Vin" (Organic)

2019 Château Guilhem "Pot de Vin" (Organic)
$16.99

Truly a gem, it's not often that you find a compelling, distinctive wine for under $15.

Jean-Marc Roulot ‘L’Abricot’ Apricot Liqueur, Burgundy

Jean-Marc Roulot ‘L’Abricot’ Apricot Liqueur, Burgundy
$132.00

The Roulot estate is one of the most important and historic domaines in the world of wine. Lesser known is their deep passion for distilled spirits of which they have been producers for over 100 years. The exceptional Bergeron apricots exclusively used for this mind-blowing liqueur are grown for Roulot by another of the world's greatest, historic winemakers, Jean Louis Chave.

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