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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

Deep and brilliant, purple-red color. An exciting nose with aromas of black fruit (blackcurrant, cherry), spices, and vanilla. This great aromatic complexity is found on the palate: the spices and ripe fruit appear with an elegant woodiness and harmonious tannins. The finish has good aromatic length and introduces a touch of liquorice and pepper. Learn More

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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