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  • $380.00

    Alain Gras, Saint-Romain Blanc 2021

    Gras’s Saint-Romain Blanc opens with inviting notes of clear honey, pear, orange oil, toasted nuts, and beeswax. This medium bodied wine offers an elegantly textured palate, marked by tangy acids and a saline finish. It’s crafted from a blend of wine vinified in new oak and tank, sourced from diverse parcels spread across the entire appellation.

  • $420.00

    BOUDIGNON Thibaud, Anjou Blanc a Francoise 2018

    The 2018 Anjou Blanc à Françoise impresses from the start with its clear, pure, and intensely aromatic bouquet. Rich notes of vibrant yellow-fleshed fruits mingle with hints of crushed rocks and iodine, showcasing the wine’s depth and elegance. On the palate, it reveals density, richness, and a distinct iodine character, balanced by tight grip and minerally freshness. The finish is tangy and concentrated, with fine tannins lending a chalky sensation.

  • $300.00

    Bzikot Pere et Fils, Bourgogne Blanc 2021

    The 2021 Bourgonge Chardonnay bouquet opens with the aromas of crisp green apple, ripe pear, and citrus zest, offering a refreshing burst of fruit. Delicate floral notes of white blossoms and hints of acacia add layers of complexity, while a subtle minerality reminiscent of wet stones provides depth.

  • $980.00

    Caroline Morey, Beaune 1er Cru Les Greves Blanc 2018

    The Beaune 1er Cru “Greves” has offered a delicate aroma of acacia blossom, spice, and apple and pear compote greets the nose. The succulent and enticing medium-bodied flavors offer a rounded mouthfeel, with a hint of juiciness, and decent persistence, albeit with only average depth.

  • $320.00

    Coffinet-Duvernay, Bourgogne Aligote 2020

    Bourgogne Aligoté 2020 shines with bright floral notes and a touch of warmth, almost nostalgic, with hints of nuts and wax. It’s fuller and richer on the palate, with warm fruit flavors, a touch of orange, and a serious minerality. The wine is precise and elegant, with a gentle tone and mature acidity that lingers.

  • $850.00

    Coffinet-Duvernay, Chassagne-Montrachet 1er Cru Clos Saint-Jean 2020

    The “Clos Saint-Jean” appellation is located in the elevated areas of the village of Chassagne-Montrachet, which is better known for its predominantly red wines. Here, Chardonnay vines thrive, producing a wonderfully floral and delicate white wine that is truly sublime. With an average age of around 50 years, these vines bring depth and complexity to the wine. Upon tasting, the wine exhibits liveliness, power, and silkiness. It offers captivating aromas of white flowers and spices, with a dense and floral palate that delights the senses.

  • $590.00

    Coffinet-Duvernay, Chassagne-Montrachet 2020

    This village-level wine oozes sophistication, almost reaching the complexity of a Premier Cru. When you first open it, you might catch a hint of flinty and toasty aromas. As it breathes, you’ll notice gentle scents of exotic fruits, juicy nectarines, and flint. On the palate, it’s a delightful mix of peach, orange zest, white flowers, and buttery pastries. The oak flavor blends nicely, and there’s a subtle bitterness that adds depth.

  • $540.00

    Derain, Saint-Aubin 1er Cru Combes Au Sud 2020

    The Derain Saint-Aubin 1er Cru Les Combes from the south is a strong and dry white wine with a noticeable tanginess. When you taste it, you can pick up on hints of citrus like lemon and orange, as well as some ripe fruit flavors like apple and pear. There’s also a subtle touch of oak that adds richness to the overall taste.

  • $550.00

    Derain, Saint-Aubin 1er Cru En Remilly 2019

    The Saint Aubin 1er Cru boasts a rich fragrance. The chardonnay exudes aromas of ripe pears, citrus, pineapple, and crisp apricots. These blend harmoniously with notes of lemon curd, white nougat, and hints of melted butter and crushed stone.

  • $590.00

    Domaine de Bellene, Beaune 1er Cru Les Perrieres 2019

    Les Perrières is a charming terroir known for producing exceptional white wines. Situated at the summit of the slope, its rocky, shallow soils impart a refreshing, crisp character to the wines. Barrel fermented and aged on its lees for up to 14 months, you can anticipate a luscious wine with hints of spice and cream, along with a rich, opulent texture. However, fret not, as the bright lemony fruit and mineral, saline notes still shine through, maintaining the wine’s vibrancy and complexity.

  • $340.00

    Domaine de la Taille aux Loups (Jacky Blot), Montlouis Sur Loire Les Hauts de Husseau 2021

    The Hauts de Husseau 2021 from Domaine de la Taille Aux Loups is a wine from Montlouis-sur-Loire. These very old vines, aged between 80 and 100 years, are situated at the highest point of the appellation, on soils consisting of clay with flint on the surface and limestone beneath. The notes of dried fruits and a hint of citrus provide a sensation of purity.

  • $420.00

    DOMAINE DES CLOSIERS, Libere 2019 (White)

    The Libere 2019 cuvée from Domaine des Closiers is sourced from a tiny plot of Chardonnay (30 ares). While Chardonnay is often blended to produce Loire sparkling wine, Domaine des Closiers has chosen to showcase this plot to offer one of the most unique white wines in the Loire (under IGP Val de Loire).

  • $350.00

    Domaine des Orchis, Quintessence d’Altesse 2022

    The “Quintessence d’Altesse” wine undergoes a meticulous production process. After pressing the Altesse grapes as whole clusters, the juice settles with yeast for 24 hours before fermenting and aging in used barrels for a year. With a medium straw-yellow color, the wine reveals an expressive Alpine character on the nose, featuring acacia flowers, jasmine, and warm biscuit dough, alongside ripe yellow fruits and hints of lemon zest, cinnamon, and nutmeg. On the palate, it offers a balanced interplay of ripe yellow fruit sweetness and vibrant acidity, leading to a long, structured, and saline finish.

  • $300.00

    Domaine Grand, Cotes du Jura Blanc Cuvee Tradition 2016

    This tradition is a blend of Chardonnay and Savagnin undergoes fermentation in stainless steel tanks and is aged in oak barrels. It has a nutty aroma stronger in smell than in taste, with a nice smoothness, refreshing taste, and a lingering finish with subtle bitterness.

  • $780.00

    Eleni & Edouard Vocoret, Chablis 1er Cru Les Butteaux 2019

    The Chablis 1er Cru Les Butteaux shows great promise with aromas of fresh bread, citrus oil, beeswax, white flowers, and pear. It’s medium to full-bodied, offering layers of flavor and precision, with a fine mid-palate richness and a saline finish.

  • $355.00

    Fiona Leroy, Bourgogne Aligote 2021

    The Bourgogne Aligoté from Fiona Leroy comes from a high-altitude plot named “La Motte sur Chat” located in the heart of Maranges. It’s a sleek, smooth, and mineral wine with great drinkability. With ripe fruit, chalk, honeysuckle, and beeswax notes, it delivers a delightful blend. With a bit of aeration, it gains richness and a hint of creaminess, leading to a nice length and clean finish.


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