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"1935" is a tribute to the men and women who created Les Vignerons Reunis de Monsegur in 1935. Elegant, great balance with wild stawberry and blackberry notes. Pair with duck, wild game, or dinner cocktails. Learn More

This robust, old-vine red wine hails form the under-appreciated Ardeche region of the Rhone Valley, located between Hermitage and Chateauneuf-du-Pape Learn More

Light, bright orange. Mineral-laced strawberry and tangerine aromas are complicated by notes of jasmine and succulent herbs. Shows very good clarity and lift to its juicy red fruit, rose pastille and spice flavors, which are given spine by tangy acidity. Finishes pure and linear, with repeating floral and red fruit notes. Learn More

Loaded with nuances of violets and a wonderful mélange of spices on the nose, the palate explodes with flavors of fresh blue and red fruits with hints of telltale Gevrey sauvage; to its long finish, this wine exhibits the precision of a superb Gevrey Village. Sourced from a vineyard located directly opposite Route National, the Bourgogne Rouge is unique in that the grapes are sourced from a single vineyard. Learn More

Burguet's 2009 Gevrey-Chambertin Mes Favorites Vieilles Vignes is a dark, inward wine. Deep layers of minerality add to the sensation of thrust and drive on the finish. The Vieilles Vignes is a selection of 70+ year old vines across 18 different parcels with average yields well below 30 hectoliters per hectare. Learn More

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Terrific structure. Shows a bit of barrel influence in the nose, along with white peach. Builds across the palate with a big streak of minerality, finishing with a touch of caramel and yellow raisin. Serious Meursault at this level. Learn More

The Boxler family has Swiss roots that go back to the 1600s, when they immigrated to Alsace. I have no idea whether those roots are connected to their being one of the only Alsatian domaines to cultivate this Swiss variety. Usually blended into their Edelzwicker, here is a chance to experience Chasselas pure, Boxler-style. Learn More

This 2013 year a blend of Pinot Blanc, Riesling, and Gewurztraminer, Boxler’s Edelzwicker is a kaleidoscope of the flavors, aromas, and textures of Alsace—presented, of course, in the inimitable house style. Fresh aromas of white flowers, lemon-lime blossoms and lychee. It has mouthwatering acidity, light to medium bodied with wonderful floral notes in the palate. Learn More

The Brand vineyard is most renowned for its Riesling, and Boxler’s combination of granite and Riesling is electric, spicy, and profound. It sends chills up at least one person’s spine: mine. Hold for at least five years before drinking. Learn More

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Jean Boxler, many generations removed from his ancestor of the same name that moved here from Switzerland in 1673, currently rules the roost at this humble yet incredibly exciting domaine. Intense and serious about his land, his craft, and his wine, Jean is the genius behind what are certainly some of the finest white wines in Alsace. Learn More

The 2013 Corse XX270 sports an inky purple color to go with incredible granite influence in its liquid rock, blackberry, raspberry, floral and peppery bouquet. Medium to full-bodied, with incredible purity, this is a seriously elegant, classically styled Syrah to drink over the coming decade. Learn More

Aleth Girardin Beaune 1er Cru Le Clos des Mouches 2012 Learn More

This small domaine is one of Burgundy’s best-kept secrets. The fruit has a fine, elegant expression which is the hallmark of Aleth’s wines. Learn More

Very fine gold color with a green hue. The nose offers a flowery fruity bouquet. Lively, supple and welcoming taste. Try pairing with fish tartare, mussels "a la Charentaise", pike with white butter sauce, chanterelle mushroom omelette, baked Norway lobsters, trout meuniere, pike in saffron, braised ham with white sauce, tripe cooked the Caen way, Chavignol goatsmilk cheeses and puff pastries. Learn More

Clean cut and mineral driven, this wine exudes delicate green fruit notes of apple and pear with hints of citrus and wet stones. Bright and zippy acidity, this is a great value for Chablis! Goes well with oysters, herbed sea bass and scallops. Learn More

The wine has a deep purple-red color with varietal aromas hinting of strawberry and black cherry. Bright and juicy on the palate, it is a very versatile wine for both seafood and meat dishes. Learn More

Chardonnay is the world’s most famous white-wine grape and also one of the most widely planted. Although the most highly regarded expressions of the variety are those from Burgundy and California. Best server chilled with pasta, pizza, salads and fish. Learn More

Merlot is the top grape variety for the right bank of Bordeaux, making the delicious wines of St-Emilion and Pomerol. Also widely popular in Calfornia (and the rest of the world), tt's ideal as a blending agent or as a single varietal. Learn More

A dense, brilliant red color with a purple tint. A fresh and harmonious nose, rich in ripe berry and red fruit aromas, especially blackcurrant and morello cherry. The attack is supple and fruity, on jammy fruit, and the tannins are silky and well rounded. The slightly spicy finish expresses all the distinctive character of ripe merlot. Learn More

Made with 40% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon. The wine is medium bodied and rich with black and red fruits and soft tannins. Serve with grilled beef, duck, or cheese. Learn More

Pale bright color with green highlights. Fresh, intense and elegant nose, dominated by floral notes and white fruit aromas of pear and peach. Lively and harmonious wine, with a perfect balance between sweetness and acidity, and powerful, persistent. Learn More

An intense nose of plum and blackcurrant, with delicate toasty notes; the palate is silky and long with plenty of red fruit and hints of vanilla. Learn More

Made with 50% Pinot Noir and 50% Chardonnay. A fresh and fruity wine, brimming with watermelon, strawberry and citrus notes. The vibrant structure and delicate mousse keep this focused and lively, with a long, crisp finish. Learn More

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Beau Joie Sugar King Rose is a luscious rose demi-sec champagne from Apernay. It comes wrapped in a black suit of armor that keeps the champagne cooler for longer, as well as providing a beautiful distinctive look, ideal for a gift. Learn More

This wine is a pleasant red wine revealing a shiny red color. The subtle aromas of red fruit and spices are surrounded by a hint of vanilla. Serve it lightly chilled to enjoy all its complexity. Learn More

This white variety originated in Burgundy, but is now grown around the world. Its flexibility to thrive in many regions translates to wide flavor profile in the market. Chardonnay is commonly used in making Champagne and sparkling wines. Learn More

With a beautiful glittering gold appearance the Grand Cru Champagne is elegant and sophisticated. The nose reveals delicate scents of citrus, which are confirmed in the mouth as a fresh and lively explosion on the palate. This Grand Cru is well structured, with a surprising persistence. Learn More

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The color is a soft pink with salmon highlights. The nose is generous, intense, and refined, with very marked notes of wild strawberry. As the wine opens up, there are notes of lime and hawthorn blossom. Initial impact is slightly acid, then red fruits are back to the fore with blackcurrants and redcurrants. The finish is delectable and delicately spiced. Learn More

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Bright and clear with a pale yellow hue and greenish glimmers. The complex nose reveals a delicate bouquet of white flowers, lime blossom, acacia, vanilla and honey. The palate is well-structured and perfectly balanced between smoothness and acidity. Learn More

A radiant yellow crystalline appearance with golden glints brought to life by a luminous bead of persistent fine bubbles. There is an olfactory impact due to the richness of harmonious expressions (dryfruits, fresh citrus and white fruits) coupled with finely buttered seductive notes. A defined aromatic undertone which expressesthe mature complexity linked to the vinification in oak barrels. Learn More

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The yellow color is adorned with golden reflections, underlined by a plentiful and dynamic mousse. Brilliant, crystal clear and bright, giving everything to the perfection of the wine. This cuvee stands out by the finesse of its slowly rising bubbles. A wide range of flavors, fruits of the orchard, including fresh quince. The wine is round offering enjoyment with a powerful finish dominated by exceptional fruit maturity. Learn More

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Pink wine has recently become quite trendy, and this time around it’s commonly quite dry. It is produced throughout the world from a vast array of grape varieties, but the most successful sources are California, southern France (particularly Provence), and parts of Spain and Italy. Learn More

The South West (or 'Sud-Ouest') is a relatively large territorial zone of France, incorporating the administrative regions of Aquitaine, Limousin and Midi-Pyrenees. In terms of the French wine map, however, the Sud-Ouest region is a little less clear-cut, as it excludes Bordeaux – a wine region so prolific that it is effectively a zone in its own right. Learn More

Crystal-clear gold in color tinged with green highlights. On the nose it open, with notes of white blossoms, white-fleshed fruits and hazelnuts. Frank and full attack on the mouth, with citrus flavors. Lively mouthfeel, long lasting with acacia blossom flavors. Learn More

In the glass this wine is golden clear yellow with hints of green. It has a very expressive nose which opens with notes of flower and honey, then it gives off aromas of fresh fruits. This wine has perfectly balanced acidity and releases classical citrus aromas, candied-fruits, vanilla and acacia flowers notes. Learn More

Distinguished and complex, slightly woody, with hints of vanilla and red and black fruits (blackcurrants, raspberries and Morello cherries). Animal notes of musk and fur. Full-bodied, with ageing potential, long and persistent. As the wine develops the presence of red fruits is confirmed, with a sub-structure of liquorice. Gevrey wines are noted for their strong character and intense, expressive aromas - powerful but extremely mellow. Learn More

100% Pinot Noir. The XVIIth-century Hotel du Conseiller du Roys in Beaune stands above the cellars of Bourchard Aine & Fils, who have been perpetuating the tradition of making fine Burgundy wines since 1750. Learn More

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Bouvet Brut is produced from grapes grown on the chalky limestone slopes of Saumur and adjacent appellations. Light, dry and finely-fruited, with a delicate sparkle, it is refreshing and crisp on the palate. Learn More

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Deep and bright ruby. Fruity and spiced. Reminiscent of ripe berries, morello cherry, warm spices (cinnamon, clove, nutmeg), truffles, game and cedar. Elegant and well balanced with mature flavours of leather, spiced forest fruits and roasted game. Powerful, persistent flavours ensure a wine of excellent length that is a pleasure to drink. Learn More

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Bruno vinifies 19 cuvees separately in old family winery in the center of the village of Chassagne-Montrachet. His style shows beautiful balance, both aromatically and texturally, while showcasing the delicate minerality and nuanced complexity of each vineyard. This wine delivers a blast of clean, pure, chalky Chardonnay fruit with plenty of complexity. Learn More

One of the most popular and versatile white wine grapes, Chardonnay offers a wide range of flavors and styles depending on where it’s grown and how it’s made. Learn More

This is also relatively cool and restrained, particularly for Morgeot with its petrol, citrus and floral infused aromas. There is a bit more size and weight to the broad-shouldered but not rustic flavors that possess solid power, depth and persistence. The concentration is impressive yet the balance is faultless and this too is recommended. Learn More

Chardonnay is the world’s most famous white-wine grape and also one of the most widely planted. Although the most highly regarded expressions of the variety are those from Burgundy and California, many high-quality examples are made in Italy, Australia, New Zealand and parts of South America. Learn More

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One of the most popular and versatile white wine grapes, Chardonnay offers a wide range of flavors and styles depending on where it’s grown and how it’s made. Learn More

Bordering Le Montrachet (a Grand Cru vineyard), En Remilly shines bright, tastes ethereal, and has just as much class and verve as its opulent neighbor Learn More

ripe and fresh aromas of white and yellow orchard fruit laced with citrus hints. There is impressive richness to the mouth coating flavors due to the abundant dry extract levels. Goes well with marmalade and toast, this wine is just as enjoyable with a late Sunday brunch as it could with a fancy dinner of seared scallops Learn More

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Musky aromas of smoke and white truffle. Fat, broad and rich; in a round style, with harmonious acidity framing the ripe citrus and smoke flavors. Finishes with a truffley nuance and good verve. Learn More

If a season were assigned to every bottle of wine, Bruno Colin's "La Maltroie" would defintely be late Spring. It captures the energy of life on the verge of full bloom. Learn More

If you’re not yet familiar with Maranges, the southern frontier of the Côte de Beaune, let this be your introduction. Nearly all the growers here agree that La Fussière is the most “Maranges” of all the “Maranges.” This is what defines their terroir: rustic, mineral, and juicy all at once. Learn More

Smoky and earthy like rich truffles (for which this parcel was originally known), its fine vivacity and nervy backbone prove to be unmistakably Puligny and unmistakably Colin. Learn More

Silky, structured, and fine grained, the name of this red premier cru, "Les Gravieres," evokes the gravely limestone soil. Aromas of red berries and forest floor unfold with rustic elegance. Learn More

Old-vine fruit can be gnarly, but not Bruno Colin's. Its smooth texture is peppered with gentle hints of graphite, lending a minerality and typicity that wine lovers adore in this cru. Learn More

Pale gold. Aromas of ripe peaches, sweet guava, lychee, grilled pineapple, exotic pears and honeysuckle. Off dry Flavors of grilled peaches, sweet cantaloupe, honey kissed guava and yellow flesh peaches. Lacks refreshing acidity, putting it on the verge of cloying. Learn More

This wine is the result of the partnership of Jean-Luc Thunevin, owner of Chateau Valandraud, and the Cave Cooperative de Maury, which was rated by Robert Parker as one of the best in the south of France. Learn More

With its attractive pale green robe with excellent clarity, Villa Blanche Chardonnay 2013 has a very expressive nose of white peach and dried fruits, with a just a hint of menthol. Full and round in the mouth, it is well-balanced, confounding our concerns for this harvest that was later than the previous year. Floral notes combined with mango and apricot are characteristic of this wine, year-on-year. The finish is spicy, with a light touch of wood. Learn More

Brilliant, ruby red robe and an elegant, distinctive nose of red fruits (cherries). On the palate this wine is very well-balanced, with silky, mouth-filling tannins. Notes of red currant, ripe cherries and a touch of mocha are followed by fresh, elegant finish with floral and menthol hints. A lively wine which will age well. Learn More

The cultural methods and vinifications are natural and respectful of the environment. Villa Blanche is made in a sunny vineyard of South of France. The long warm days and cool nights are the perfect environment for growing the grapes making up this wine. This is a well balanced and fruit driven wine with the excellent structure and mouth feel. Learn More

Regional Appellations are wines that can be made out of a blend of several locations, recognized within the appellation area. Wine merchant-maturer is a special profession, involving the careful selection of the best parcels for winemaking, according to the vintage. Learn More

Complex red fruit bouquet. Fine but generous nose with blackcurrant aromas. Round mouth with soft tannins. A trendy wine that blends modernity with tradition. To be drunk now or within the next 5 years. Perfect with red meat, lamb and ribs. Learn More

Offers a lightly firm chalky frame, with briar, black cherry and red currant notes at the core for balance. Stays lively and well-cut through the finish. Learn More

An assemblage from his best parcels, this is Pierre's most ambitious wine. Always striving for absolute purity of fruit in this wine, he has achieved a stunning result. Learn More

Pale gold in color. Rich and complex with notes of ripe stone fruits and citrus fruits. Opulent and structured with floral aromas, distinctive minerality and a long finish. Pairs well with king prawns, lobster, and crawfish as well as Foie Gras, white meats in cream sauce and many varieties of goat’s cheese. Learn More

Garnet color. Nose of wallfower and blackberries. Silky and delicate wine of majestic balance. Pair with grilled steak and sausages, but also hearty meat stews and creamy cheese. Learn More

Deep red color. Powerful and complex nose combining red fruit and ripe black fruit with spicy notes. It presents a beautiful structure in the mouth with excellent tannins alcohol balance. The tannins are fine and silky. Learn More

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Full and velvety on the palate, the nose releases powerful fragrances of ripe strawberries. Learn More

This buttery Chardonnay was fermented at low temperature and matured on fine lees. An elegant nose confirmed by a well-balanced palate makes this wine a perfect accompaniment for fish in sauce. It is also very pleasant on its own if served slightly chilled. Learn More

Until the 1980s the wines of Languedoc-Roussillon were mostly rustic, roasted, and dirt-cheap--of little interest to export markets. But wine production in this sun-drenched, crescent-shaped region hugging the Mediterranean from the Rhone delta to the Spanish border has undergone a sea change in recent years. Today the Languedoc-Roussillon offers wine lovers more ripe, textured red wine Learn More

Until the 1980s the wines of Languedoc-Roussillon were mostly rustic, roasted, and dirt-cheap--of little interest to export markets. But wine production in this sun-drenched, crescent-shaped region hugging the Mediterranean from the Rhone delta to the Spanish border has undergone a sea change in recent years. Today the Languedoc-Roussillon offers wine lovers more ripe, textured red wine Learn More

Krug Rose is a relatively recent addition to the Krug range of Champagnes, having been introduced first in 1983. While produced in a manner similar to other Krug Champagnes and stylistically consistent, it nevertheless presents a uniquely exotic and intriguing set of aromas and flavors. It's color is a pale salmon, suggesting the barest hint of pink. It is quite dry and appealing with a wide array of cuisines. Learn More

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Traditional whole-cluster vinification, indigenous yeast fermentation and aged in various ages of demi-muids. Harvested late, well into October. Usually harvested a little later than Guigasse, but at the top of the Pignan hill, in very light sandy soil. Very low average yields of 15hL/ha. Purity, finesse and great aromatics are the hallmark of the Grand Pin, a Burgundian inspired Chateauneuf-du-Pape. Learn More

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This rose has a lovely salmon-pink color and delicious candied fruit and rose petal aromas. There is volume, fullness and strength on the palate, with good substance. Learn More

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Pale yellow color. Fine and elegant bubble line. Expressive notes of candied fruit, white flowers and a hint of citrus to the nose. Supple and light mouth, slightly sweet, both fresh and fruity, revealing flavors of white peach. Cuvee Jean-Louis ICE blanc de blancs is much like the splendorous city of Paris: bustling, sparkling, decadent and perfect at any time, day or night. Learn More

A classic claret with generous concentration and smoothness that is an absolute thrill to drink now or further down the road Learn More

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The Bazin terroir is located where the Entre-deux-Mers dies away against the Agenais hills. It is coated with flinty pebbles in rich clay. Best served at 65 degrees F with red meat. Learn More

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A traditional Bordeaux blend of 70% Merlot and 30% Cabernet Sauvignon, Chateau Beau-Puits flaunts full fruit aromas with flavors of ripe cherries, fresh herbs, and hints of fresh mint accompanied by round tannins. Learn More