This wine is fun and flirty to drink as the label is! Perky Muscat blanc is blended with dignified Marsanne and Roussanne to create this summertime drinker. Fresh mandarian, kiwi, and pear are complimented with notes of beeswax and white pepper. Drink unabashedly at picnics or at the coast.
Domaine Larue continues to produce some of our favorite wines from the Saint Aubin region of Burgundy, delivering quality we can count on again and again. The grapes in this premier cru were grown in Domaine Larue’s most prized vineyard, so you can expect a special experience in this classic chardonnay.
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Lorenzo Mochiutti of Vignai da Duline not only refrains from trimming his hair & beard, but also his vines. It’s said that this is one of their secrets to success in winemaking, letting the vineyard do its thing without intervention. This Malvasia is complex with strong notes of citrus. Pairs beautifully with seafood.
Straight out of Northeast Italy, comes this absolute gem from a real legend. Located at the base of the Alps, Friuli is known for its no nonsense, clean & crisp, intensely flavored whites. This one offers up notes of apricot, hazelnut & white slate. A truly flexible white that goes with cheese, fish or poultry.
Looking for something refreshing and dry? This bottle is for you. This Petit Chablis is a stunning example of what Chardonnay can be! Sourced from higher slopes around the outskirts of the Chablis appellation, this wine has very bright acidity and zesty citrus notes.
This stunning Bourgogne Blanc is natural white Burgundy at its finest. From the cellar of one of Burgundy's rising stars, Valentin Montanet, this mineral-driven Chardonnay will give your favorite Chablis a run for its money. Delicious with cheeses of all kinds, it's the perfect summer sipper with a little extra.
Sustainably produced, this bottle is incredibly detailed and precise. Bruno Colin is one of our favorite producers - he is fond of the classics. This wine is delicious now, but also has serious ageability. Notes of citrus and figs. Enjoy with grilled fish and green salsa.
Here is your new go to for Sunday gravy. Thought to be extinct until it was rediscovered in the 70s, Schioppettino is naturally high in rotundone, which is the compound found in black pepper. Expect chunky cracked pepper cushioned by juicy strawberries and cherries.
A blend of all the “noble grapes” of Alsace: Pinot blanc, Muscat, Chasselas, & Riesling - this is the perfect white for rich winter fare. The style in Alsace veers toward producing drier, more intensely mineral whites. This is no exception with charming notes of orchard fruits, white flowers, and chalky minerals.
A concert pianist and painter, Lorenzo Piccione of Pianogrillo treats his farm as a work of fine art by ensuring that every aspect is run sustainably. This bottle immediately transports the drinker to the sunny green plain Pianogrillo overlooks from its perch on the hill with bright acidity and herbaceousness.
Pinot Noir was regarded as the star of Saint-Aubin, but the Larue family has changed the narrative. This youthful Chardonnay is elegant and refined. The limestone soils of the region lend sharp mineral notes that are perfectly balanced with notes of orchard fruit and hazelnuts.
Oenology student, turned wine importer with Kermit Lynch, turned winemaker, Chris Santini is the mastermind behind this bottling. He works exclusively with organic fruit & does minimal sulphur at bottling, producing wine with purity. His Macon-Villages is fresh, lime citrus driven & incredibly thirst-quenching.
Domaine Larue strikes a magical balance of producing wine in a modern style, while drawing on their family’s 75 years of experience in winemaking. Their wine is direct, consistent & major value from Burgundy & their ‘En Remilly’ is no different. It’s toasty, creamy & downright beautiful.
Antoine Marie Arena Patrimonio Blanc San Giovanni 2018
Antoine-Marie Arena is the son of iconic Corsican producer Antoine Arena, who rebelliously moved back to Corsica during the 1970s cultural revolution. Being raised on the Patrimonio domaine gave him a great deal of wine knowledge that shines through in his ‘San Giovanni’ Vermentinu. Wonderfully fresh with a floral quality that jumps out of the glass — truly a special find.
Guanciabianca is made from Catarratto, a white grape native to Sicily that dominates much of the island’s vineyards. It’s been predominantly used as a blending grape, but producers like Fabio who give it the attention and care it needs are capable of creating truly impressive wines with Catarratto. Spritzy and bright, it’s a natural aperitif wine.
Michèle Aubèry-Laurent has done it again with this beautiful expression of viognier. Her production is small and rare. She and her son, Maxime, take a holistic approach to winemaking and push boundaries in order to produce incredible wines. The floral and citrus fragrances of this wine will leave you swooning.
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