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2023 Domaine du Bagnol Cassis Rosé
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This rosé comes from a handful of parcels that total seven hectares of vineyards planted in clay and limestone soils, on a gentle north-northwest-facing slope. Grenache-dominated, with smaller percentages of Mourvedre and Cinsault. Like the Cassis Blanc, the wine is taut, fresh and slightly saline. The winery makes only a small quantity of this, making this extremely hard to find, but its deliciousness makes it highly sought after. Get yours before it's gone.
Price: $26.99

Chateau Malherbe is located near the seaside village of La Londe les Maure near the historic Bragancon Fort, the former summer house of the presidents of France. The vines, just meters away from the Mediterranean, are older vines planted over clay-schist soils. The vineyards have been farmed organically since the 1960s, but were recently Demeter certified biodynamic. Wine consultant Philippe Pacalet (famed Bourgogne vigneron and formerly of DRC) is the consulting winemaker working alongside Jean Laburthe who handles the daily operations. The rosé is ...
Price: $39.99

Made from 100% Grassenac, an heirloom grape varieity that is similar to Pineau d'Aunis, Mondeuse and Pelaverga in its floral spicy quality.
Price: $44.99

2023 Château Pradeaux Bandol Rosé
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There is the appellation of Bandol with its plethora of producers, some good, some mediocre; and then there is Château Pradeaux, the unique, inimitable, standard bearer for this ancient wine-growing district. Pradeaux is situated on the outskirts of the town of St. Cyr Sur Mer, which lies directly on the Mediterranean between Toulon and Marseilles. The estate is owned by the Portalis family, which has owned this property since before the French Revolution. The domaine is currently under the direction of Cyrille Portalis, who continues to maintain the gre...
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2022 Clos Cibonne "Tradition" Tibouren Côtes de Provence Rosé
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The Clos Cibonne draws its name from Jean-Baptiste de Cibon, captain of Louis XVI's Royal navy and first owner of the vineyard. After his death in 1797, the property was sold to the Roux family's ancestors. In the 1930s, André Roux planted the vineyard to the Tibouren grape varietal. Since then, both children and grandchildren have carried on the tradition. Importer's Notes: "A blend of 90% Tibouren and 10% Grenache, fermented with native yeasts and aged sur lie in 100 year old foudre for at least 12 months before bottling. Salmon orange in color, the no...
Price: $36.99

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2022 Château Pradeaux "Vesprée" Bandol Rosé
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There is the appellation of Bandol with its plethora of producers, some good, some mediocre; and then there is Château Pradeaux, the unique, inimitable, standard bearer for this ancient wine-growing district. Pradeaux is situated on the outskirts of the town of St. Cyr Sur Mer, which lies directly on the Mediterranean between Toulon and Marseilles. The estate is owned by the Portalis family, which has owned this property since before the French Revolution. The domaine is currently under the direction of Cyrille Portalis, who continues to maintain the gre...
Price: $34.99

2023 Clos Cibonne "Tradition" Tibouren Côtes de Provence Rouge
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Price: $44.99

2017 Château Pradeaux Bandol (Previously $37) (Previously $37)
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94 points Wine Advocate: "Even tasted from half-bottle, the 2017 Bandol still needs a few more years in the cellar to be at its best. A blend of 94% Mourvèdre and 6% Grenache, it's a deep, dark, richly tannic offering with intense notes of plum and cola and a pleasant, herb-laced dose of strawberries and redcurrants. Full-bodied and sturdy, it nevertheless turns silky and elegant on the long, licorice-tinged finish. Tasted twice (once blind, from 750 ml), with consistent notes. (JC)" (01/2023) K&L Notes: Chateau Pradeaux has been in the Portalis family...
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One of the icons of Corsica's Patrimonio region, Yves Leccia followed in the footsteps of his father and grandfather working at the family estate. In 2004 he left the domaine and created his own property along with his wife Sandrine, whose family are winemakers in Alsace. Yves included organic and biodynamic practices in his winemaking and forged the style of wines that helped define the Patrimonio appellation. The E Croce Rouge is a blend of 90% Niellucciu (the local indigenous grape likely related to Sangiovese) and 10% Grenache. The vines are plan...
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Chateau Malherbe is located near the seaside village of La Londe les Maure near the historic Bragancon Fort, the former summer house of the presidents of France. The vines, just meters away from the Mediterranean, are older vines planted over clay-schist soils. The vineyards have been farmed organically since the 1960s, but were recently Demeter certified biodynamic. Wine consultant Philippe Pacalet (famed Bourgogne vigneron and formerly of DRC) is the consulting winemaker working alongside Jean Laburthe who handles the daily operations. The rouge is...
Price: $49.99

Chateau Malherbe is located near the seaside village of La Londe les Maure near the historic Bragancon Fort, the former summer house of the presidents of France. The vines, just meters away from the Mediterranean, are older vines planted over clay-schist soils. The vineyards have been farmed organically since the 1960s, but were recently Demeter certified biodynamic. Wine consultant Philippe Pacalet (famed Bourgogne vigneron and formerly of DRC) is the consulting winemaker working alongside Jean Laburthe who handles the daily operations. The blanc is...
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"Kalliste" is what the Ancient Greeks called the island of Corsica, it translates to "most beautiful one." From the producer: "Kalliste is 80% Sciaccarello and 20% Nielluccio from a schist based soil. Fermentation usually lasts for two days and macerations for about 45 days. After fermentation, 20% of the volume is kept in demi-muid for 18 months."
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