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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

Champagne Krug Brut Rose
WS 95 RP 93 CG 92 W&S 92 JS 96 TP 96 WE 94
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

A classic dry rosé with vibrant notes of red berries, citrus and orange blossom with a medium-body, flavorful hints of raspberry and a zesty mineral finish. Learn More

100% Pinot Blanc. Bright yellow color. Intense nose rich with notes of pear, apricot, and white flowers. On the palate, it is supple and lively with toasted flavors. It can be enjoyed at any time with fish, seafood, shellfish, salads, and white meats, or as an aperitif. Learn More

Charles de Cazanove Tradition Brut Rose
WS 87 ST 88 WE 87
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

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

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

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

Dark red colour with hints of violet. Initial nose of violets and raspberries, floral notes. On aeration, minty chocolate notes fill out this rich, generous nose. Powerful tannins, with a granular structure. Develops in the mouth with aniseed and liquorice sticks. Confidence is a powerful wine that remains fresh and elegant. Learn More

Made with 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Sauvignon. Medium bodied, rich, black and red fruits with soft tannins. Goes well with grilled beef, duck and cheese. Learn More

A red Bordeaux from the great 2010 vintage, this is impressively dense for the dollars, with cassis-like fruit and cedar in starring roles and a classic Bordeaux graphite essence playing support. Dry tannins lead to a satisfying finish. Cellar it for up to five years or enjoy it now with medium-rare steak or lamb. Learn More

Made with 50% Semillon brings floral notes and 50% Sauvignon Blanc brings fruit, freshness. Ideal as an appetizer or to accompany fish and shellfish. Learn More

This approachable claret from the outstanding 2009 vintage is already drinking very well. A delicious Bordeaux Rouge from a family-owned estate in Villegouge. A dark color with aromas of red fruits and toasty notes with a fresh and fruity palate. Learn More

To the eye, brilliant, deep red tints with cherry glints. Blackberry aromas, underwood with a discrete touch of vanilla and toasted bread. On the palate, a round attack a fluid middle and a fresh finale. Aromatic persistency of blackberry and vanilla. Learn More

A rose is a type of wine that incorporates some of the color from the grape skins, but not enough to qualify it as a red wine. Learn More

All fruit is hand-harvested, sorted and 100% destemmed. Vinification takes place in thermo-regulated cement cuves over four to five weeks. Regular pumpovers or punchdowns depending on the plot and the vintage. The wine is raised in French oak barrels, 25% of which is new, for twelve to fifteen months. Learn More

There is nothing civil about this 2008 Chateau Bellevue. Something noble, earlier. Something distinguished, with all the proper ripeness, with woodland and mushroom in the aroma, with a touch of coffee. This is a happy example of how delicious Bordeaux can be a rich flavor in dark draperies, well in big glasses with sirloin steak and lamb. Learn More

Made with 60% Merlot, 40% Cabernet Sauvignon. A delicious, medium-bodied red wine with pleasant ripe-fruit aromas. Pair with red roasted meat, poultry, or soft cheese. Chateau Bellevue Laffont will naturally fit the good times you'll share with your friends. Learn More

Made with 50% Merlot and 50% Cabernet Sauvignon. Fermented in traditional fermentation stainless steel tanks. Learn More

The Bertineau Saint-Vincent grapes are still vinified in the Bon Pasteur cellars, where they are treated with the same care and the same selection made under the watchful and experienced eye of the house oenologist, Michel Rolland. Learn More

Beautiful and brilliant garnet color. Nose with hints of cassis, blackberry, plums and cinnamon, lightly toasted. The palate is round and full. Open up one hour before tasting. Learn More

This dry, medium-bodied and fruity white displays a simple and medium nose. On the palate, its lively acidity and broad texture precede a medium finish. Learn More

Chateau Bourbon La Chapelle is the second property of Chateau Castera, produced from the fruit of the same vines. The predominantly clay-limestone terroir is topped by a thin layer of Pyrenees gravel. The grapes are subjected to a rigorous selection process on our sorting tables. A moderate extraction process allows us to obtain supple tannins which, combined with a relatively short maceration, produce an exceptionally fruity wine. Learn More

Chateau Brown Blanc (Pessac-Leognan) 2006: This is fresh, with a lot of fruit presented in a vibrant and yet creamy fashion, with a slight note of lemon curd richness. Lively, direct, fresh, with substance. This has a good acid backbone and plenty of fleshy style. This is really nice. From a tasting of 2006 White Graves. 16-16.5+/20 (April 2008) Learn More

A remarkable wine, dark red almost black, forming a pretty red fruits bouquet. The powerful and fleshy and soft mouth, is based on supple and round tannins, and leaves a lingering smooth sensation. A superb potential. Chateau Bruni fully express itself accompanied by red meat, game and cheese. Learn More

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