This comes from a plot of .93 ha in deep clay soil with east-southeast exposure. Subtle and nuanced, with a remarkable balance of energy and maturity, this wine is drinking perfectly right now. This wine is an incredible value and not to be missed for Burgundy lovers!
Produced in Anjou, but declassified to Vin de France, this wine is breaking rules across the board. Le Rouchefer is a single vineyard bottling from a 1.66 hectare parcel of the same name, and is vinified in oak barrels. This wine is marked by refreshing acidity and a savory salinity on the palate.
This wine has been referred to as “mythical” & if that doesn’t capture your attention, we’re not sure what will. It’s vinified with indigenous yeasts in ancient Roman vessels & buried, before maturing in oak barrels. This “orange wine” is a blast of citrus & flinty minerality intertwined with notes of vanilla.
Domaine Larue strikes a balance in producing modern wines that also draw on their family’s 75 years of experience in winemaking. Direct & consistent - expect a powerful wine that expresses the unique & beautiful style of Saint-Aubin. You’ll want to drink this with pasta, cured meat & soft cheeses.
Since 2010, Pierre-Henri Rougeot has been making gorgeous expressions of Burgundy with organic farming practices. These grapes are grown at the foot of the Meursault hill - translating from ‘Sous La Velle’ to ‘under the village’. Rich soil composition = ripe stone fruit with rustic minerality.
In the heart of Vosne-Romanée lies Domaine Meo-Camuzet. Known as one of the most prestigious domaines in the Cote d’Or, their attention to detail is unmatched. Frères et Soeurs is the family’s negotiant entity, sourcing the best local fruit to produce Chardonnay of superior quality.
Lorenzo Mocchiutti and wife Federica Magrini craft Pinot Nero (Pinot Noir) with the same amount of care, detail, and precision that marks some of the finest Burgundies in the world. This wine is extremely complex, showing multiple layers of fruit and earth.
Jean-Marc Vincent may farm some of the Côte d’Or’s more humble vineyards, but make no mistake, he is one of the top tier winemakers in Burgundy, bar none. You might mistake his stunning Auxey Duresses for Premier Cru Meursault as we often do. It is top tier Burgundian juice with flair and class that usually demand twice the price as this gem.
Jean-Marc Vincent may farm some of the Côte d'Or's more humble vineyards, but he's one of the top tier winemakers in Burgundy, bar none. You might even mistake this stunning cuvée for Premier Cru Meursault. It's top tier Burgundian juice with flair & class that usually demands twice the price.
These biodynamically-farmed vines date back to 1975, producing an enchanting wine filled with aromas of linden blossoms, Meyer lemon peel, and a bit of dusty chalk. This will drink fabulously with roast chicken tonight, or hide it away for a few years and it will only get better.
From Pierre Morey comes this negociant project, utilizing grapes from other growers to bottle his own fabulous 1er cru Saint Aubin. Purity, minerality and longevity are the watchwords here, and quality is always exceptional.
This intensely aromatic Clare Valley Riesling has a cult following and we understand why - gorgeous lean structure with a complex floral, fruity, and mineral-driven nose. This wine is bone dry with persistent length, which makes for a memorable, if not legendary, Riesling experience.
100% of the Chardonnay grapes used for this cuvée came from their estate vineyards in Santa Maria Valley, reflective of the mineral-laced sandy soils they’re grown on. This bottle carries an old-world sense of balance & tension, with the aromatic & textural profile that we know & love from Presqu’ile.
Rhys Santa Cruz Mountains Pinot Noir Horseshoe Vineyard 2017
Horseshoe Vineyard lies on a ridge of sedimentary shale that has made its way to surface over the millenia. This lightweight, brittle rust-mottled soil provides for low vigor and outstanding drainage for the vines. This results in this incredibly concentrated Pinot Noir.
It is no exaggeration to say that Jean-Marc is one of Burgundy’s best vignerons. His wines give new meaning to the word meticulous. His Bourgogne Blanc is a bargain in top-tier Burgundian Chardonnay with notes of lemon curd and orchard fruits, all wrapped in a searingly mineral finish. Enjoy with cheese!
Zibibbo is an aromatic and timeworn relative of the Muscat family. The grapes see six months of skin contact during fermentation. This unfined and unfiltered wine is fragrant, yet bone dry. Notes of lemon, honey, ginger and chalk greet the taster. Drink this wine in the sunshine with the company of friends.
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Our conserva selection is inspired by the tiny tapas bars we fell in love with while in Barcelona, San Sebastian, and Madrid.