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Pinot Noir, Marsannay, Côte de Nuits, Bourgogne; This unfiltered, sustainably-famed wine is a lieu-dit with vines over 40 years old from the village of Couchey. Finesse, minerality, with aromatic fruit and spice notes, make this wine stand out
Pinot Noir, Saint-Aubin 1er Cru, Côte de Beaune, Bourgogne; One of the 17 villages of Cote de Beaune, this 1 er Cru shows the more rustic side of Bourgogne Rouge Plenty of earth, depth and concentration of tart red fruit and spices characteristics, with mouth-watering acidity
Pinot Noir, Mercurey 1er Cru, Côte Chalonnaise, Bourgogne; This monopole wine is full of bright fruit and fresh earth undertones. This 1 er Cru features a more elegant structure and is surprisingly easy to drink
Syrah, Crozes-Hermitage, Rhône Valley; It is currently believed that the northern Rhone is the original home of the Syrah grap. Fuller in body, spicy, and lively with plenty of red and black fruit, this wine features refined tannis and is the perfect match for several of our food items
Grenache / Syrah / Mourvédre / Cinsault, Châteauneuf-du-Pape, Rhône Valley; The second label coming from the producers of Vieux Telegraphe, this tier is a more approachable, fruit-forward style made from younger vines
Malbec / Merlot, Cahors, Sud Oest; Cohors is known as the "black wine" of the southwest of France due to its deeply inky-colored, rustic and often more-tannic, earthy wines. This is the true birthplace of Malbec, known as Cot locally. The addition of Merlot softens this austere wine
Cabernet Sauvignon / Merlot, Graves, Bordeaux; Sustainably-farmed, this fresh and approachable wine is fruit forward with an abundance of red and dark fruit, spice overtones, and round tannins
Chardonnay / Pinot Noir / Meunier, Épernay, Champagne, France
Pinot Noir, Bourgogne
Pinot Noir / Chardonnay, Carte d'Or Vineyard, Bouzy, Champagne; The Beauforts have been making wine in Champagne since the 16th century. Sustainably-farmed, and mostly Pinot Noir with just a touch of Chardonnay, this Champagne has body and strength, with very elegant, fine bubbles
Chenin Blanc, Chinon, Loire Valley; The Raffault family began cultivating vines in Chinon 14 generations ago, with the first parcels of vines being purchased in 1693. Chinon Blanc only accounts for 2% of total Chinon production, and this domaine focuses on sustainable viticulture. This wine is all about fitnesse, balancing richness and freshness in the glass with expressive fruit qualities
Pinot Blanc, Alsace; Founded in 1639, this estate is still family-owned and managed by the 12th consecutive generation of the family. This wine is expressive, refreshing, and rich, while remaining dynamic and well-balanced
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