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La Petite Marquise Crémant de Loire Brut Rosé
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Wine Enthusiast: "This pale rosé sparkling wine is brightly crisp. With its attractive red currants and berryies cut with intense acidity, this young, tense and fruity wine is ready to drink. (RV)" (05/2018) K&L Notes: A wine with tiny, long-lasting bubbles, Deligeroy's Crémant de Loire Rosé is a lovely gleaming pink color with a delicate, nervy nose and aromas of fresh red fruit. It's lively on the attack and has enticing aromatic intensity and brightness. Well balanced in the mouth, this sparkler is enhanced by a fresh but subtle finish. Made Méthode...
Price: $14.99

The wines of Aurore Dezat are a regular feature in our wine club offerings, and her vibrant Sancerre is an easy favorite among K&L staff as well. Aurore makes wine on her family estate in Sury-en-Vaux, which was established by her grandfather. Before Aurore took over the estate, most of the fruit was sold off through négociants. She has slowly phased out the négociant contracts. The estate is home to more than just vines, with grain crops and farm animals also finding a home there, but for Aurore, the focus is on the wine. She farms organically and empha...
Price: $20.99

La Petite Marquise Crémant de Loire Brut
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A pale yellow wine with tiny bubbles, this Crémant de Loire Brut is rounded and delicate with a fine, nervy, complex nose and the freshness of Chenin Blanc, floral Chardonnay and fruity Cabernet Franc from 20- to 30-year-old vines. With its lively attack, it proceeds gracefully across the palate with nice aromatic persistence in the mouth and lingering notes of fresh peaches and pear. A great opener to a memorable night! 12.5% abv.
Price: $14.99

2020 Domaine Cherrier Père & Fils Sancerre
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Domaine Cherrier was founded in 1930. Since then four generations of the family have run the estate. The domaine has limestone and calcareous clay soils that wonderfully influence the character of the grapes grown there. The Sancerre is consistently delicious, with citrus, chalky minerality and light floral notes. Its dry finish complements seafood and cheese beautifully. K&L French Regional buyer Keith Mabry says: "The Cherrier to me is always one of the biggest crowd-pleasing Sancerres/Sauvignon Blancs from anywhere in the world."
Price: $18.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine shows all the minerality and tight texture of a young Pouilly Fumé. It also has apple and spice flavors, shot through with lime and lemon. The wine needs to age, so wait to drink from 2022. *Cellar Selection* (RV)" (12/2020) K&L Notes: After obtaining her winemaking degree in Beaune, vigneron Annick Tinel took over the estate from her parents, Camille & Fernand Blondelet, in 1983. She became the 12th generation wine grower at this estate in Pouilly-Sur-Loire, but the first to establish the domaine for its own comm...
Price: $19.99

This Sauvignon Blanc from Touraine displays an intense, classic nose of cut grass, pepper and, believe it or not, pineapple and lemon, with plenty of minerality. Very crisp and refreshing, like a cross between a classic Touraine and a New Zealand Sauvignon Blanc, at an astonishingly low price! Perfect with seafood. Grown in an area located between the Loire and Cher Rivers and sandwiched between the towns of Tours and Blois, the wine shows the classic characteristics of the rich clay soils that are fortified with flint and limestone. Very bright and chee...
Price: $11.99

Producer Christophe Hallereau wasn't interested in being in the wine business until he inherited his family vineyards. While maintaining his day job in agriculture, he became a weekend warrior winemaker maintaining the property and the cellar library. Years later and with 8 hectares in the village of Vallet, he now runs the local association of growers. All wines are fermented in concrete with native yeasts and minimal additions of SO2. Subsoils in the region are igneous with vineyards composed primarily of mica-schist. Vallet is a pending cru appellatio...
Price: $12.99
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2020 Domaine Tabordet "Le Champs des Vignes" Pouilly-Fumé
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Nestled in the village of Verdigny, Domain Tabordet is run by brothers Yvon and Pascal Tabordet, who took the reins back in 1981. When the two brothers first took over the estate it consisted of three hectares (7.4 acres) in Sancerre. By 1988 they had added another 4.5 hectares of Sancerre and another 12 hectares (29.7 acres) in neighboring Pouilly-Fumé, just across the Loire River. Wine growing in Pouilly-Fumé dates back to the fifth century when the Romans dominated the area. In 1937 it became an official Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) of France...
Price: $19.99

The husband and wife team of Franck and Betty Millet produce astounding Sauvignon Blanc from Sancerre as well as this Pouilly-Fumé that has all of the expected freshness, mineral notes, and affordability that have made these wines a long-time K&L favorite. This is a beautiful new addition to the Millet portfolio. We are excited to feature this Pouilly-Fumé from our dear friends, some of the best winemakers in Sancerre. Lean, crisp and focused, this wine has an excellent balance of chalky minerality, citrus, lemongrass, and orchard fruits. It’s a beautifu...
Price: $17.99

Wine Spectator: "Mouthwatering and supple in texture, this medium-bodied white offers peach and gooseberry notes woven together with heather, white blossom and salted butter. (GS, Web-2021)" K&L Notes: Domaine Côtes Blanches was established in the 1930s by Bernard and Pierre Millet. In 1980, it was time for the second generation to take the reins, so François and Monique expanded the estate to 21 hectares of vines (15ha of Sauvignon, 6ha of Pinot Noir). After returning from his studies in Beaune, Nicolas (son of François and Monique) joined the family-r...
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92 points Wine Spectator: "This sings, offering notes of grass, lemon and gooseberry, all elegantly displayed on a vivid structure. Picks up savory mineral details midpalate, while hints of cardamom and coriander mark the prolonged finish. Drink now through 2027. (AZ)" (11/2019) K&L Notes: Stephane Riffault, son of Claude Riffault, is turning out some of the best Sancerres in the region. After working with Olivier Leflaive in Beaune, you can see a streak of Burdundian sensibility in Stephane's winemaking style. With 13 hectares of vines across 4 vil...
Price: $34.99

2019 Dominique & Janine Crochet "Le Chêne Marchand" Sancerre
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94 points Vinous: "There's a lot of power in the 2019 Sancerre Le Chêne Marchand. The blend is a focused expression of parcels across the lieu-dit. It's round yet firm and moves easily through the mouth. Don't expect all the big Sauvignon Blanc fruity flavors; this is restrained and offers lees-derived pastry characters alongside citrus and the merest bit of flint on the medium length. It grips the mouth on the finish. The slight hint of alcohol on the finish keeps it from being perfect. (RG)" (08/2021) K&L Notes: From one of the most hallowed vineyard...
Price: $34.99
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The wines of this family domaine have been a staple here at K&L since the 1994 vintage, when Franck and Betty Millet drove a long way (to Beaune!) on Easter Sunday to meet Clyde and crew to present their wines. We love these wines for their freshness, charm and affordability. The low-alcohol Millet Sancerre Rouge is 100% Pinot Noir, partially barrel aged, and absolutely delicious. Aromas of cherries and purple flowers give way to a vibrant, crunchy red-fruited palate with just a enough tannins to balance out the juicy fruit.
Price: $19.99

2020 Domaine la Clef du Récit (Anthony Girard) Sancerre
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine is textured, tight with minerality and full of young white fruits. Still developing, it has good potential as well as concentration. With a juicy aftertaste, the wine will be delicious from 2023. (RV)" (05/2022) K&L Notes: Winemaker Anthony Girard grew up in his family's Sancerre winery, but spent a number of years learning about wine production all over the world before returning home to continue working with Sauvignon Blanc. While continuing to help with the namesake Girard label, Anthony wanted to create his own...
Price: $24.99

Nicolas Idiart, winemaker and founder of Maison Idiart, grew up with a passion for wine, which he acquired from his father and grandfather. After graduating from winemaking school at Blanquefort in Bordeaux, Nicolas' enthusiasm for Loire wines brought him to work in Chinon, Touraine, and Muscadet, with stints further afield in Australia and New Zealand. Never quite sure where his niche was, he moved in to the sales side of the wine business, mainly in North America. After 7 long and ultimately unsatisfying years of sales, he decided to go back to winemak...
Price: $14.99

95 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "From a lieu-dit planted in 1959 with sélections massales, aged in 300-liter barriques for one year plus another six months in béton cuves and currently aging on the bottle in a 20-meter-deep cave of tuff limestone, the 2018 Saumur Puy Notre Dame l'Enchentoir exhibits a deep black-red color and opens with a fascinating and elegant bouquet of perfect ripe elderberries, blackberries and cherries along with floral aromas. Silky textured and highly elegant on the well-balanced and seamless palate, this is a concentrat...
Price: $37.99

This is a fresh, snappy berry-driven rosé with delicate floral notes. It's bright and crisp, delicious with or without food. Domaine les Pins has been family run for five generations. They are a small artisanal producer that oversees every stage of the production from start to finish. They have roughly 30 hectares of Cabernet Franc spread out through the Bourgueil and St-Nicolas de Bourgueil appellations, practice sustainable farming, with each and every vine getting singular attention throughout the year. Vines of an average age of 25 years are planted ...
Price: $12.99

Wine Enthusiast: "Crisp and herbal, this wine has intense acidity and bright gooseberry flavors over a mineral texture. (RV)" (11/2021) K&L Notes: Like Sancerre but half the price! The Fournier family, with roots as deep as their vines in this region, seem to be related to just about everyone in some way. They've been farming and producing wines in Sancerre for generations. We are pleased to have been offered this wine, yet again, at such a great price. Soft, subtle mineral notes are wrapped up in aromatics of melon and citrus. Clean, bright and refres...
Price: $11.99

Nestled in the village of Verdigny, Domain Tabordet is run by brothers Yvon and Pascal Tabordet, who took the reins back in 1981. When the two brothers first took over the estate it consisted of three hectares (7.4 acres) in Sancerre. By 1988 they had added another 4.5 hectares of Sancerre and another 12 hectares (29.7 acres) in neighboring Pouilly-Fumé, just across the Loire River. Wine growing in Pouilly-Fumé dates back to the fifth century when the Romans dominated the area. In 1937 it became an official Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) of France...
Price: $29.99

Joël Taluau is a fabulous grower in St-Nicolas de Bourgueil known for making some of the purest expressions of Cabernet Franc in the Loire, unmarred by the intrusion of oak. He was also the first producer in the appellation to begin domaine bottling. These days, Joel makes wines with the help of his son-in-law, Thierry Foltzenlogel. Their "Expression" comes from vines up to 37 years old, planted on a hillside with clay and limestone. The terroir is perfect for a youthful expression of Cabernet Franc that's immediately drinkable and fresh, with vibrant vi...
Price: $13.99

Typically when you think Sancerre, you think crisp and chalky white wine. But the region also produces phenomenal Pinot Noir. One of the aspects of Sancerre that makes for great Sauvignon Blanc is the limestone and flint soils, which lend depth of minerality and gorgeous aromatics. These same soil characteristics also make for incredible Pinot Noir with plenty of depth and personality. One of our best new direct-import producers in Sancerre, Aurore Dezat, makes just such a wine. If you love silky, round Pinot Noir with gorgeous dark cherry notes and laye...
Price: $22.99

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine is dense, now maturing well with its firm tannins just beginning to soften. Spice and ripe black fruits are to the fore along with smoky minerality. *Editors' Choice* (RV)" (05/2022) Wine Spectator: "Fresh fruity flavors of cherry and crushed red plum are infused with dried wild herb, violet, espresso and spice elements, supported by medium-grained tannins through the finish. (GS, Web-2021)" K&L Notes: A rich ruby red with notes of violets and red berry fruits, this Cabernet Franc is nicely layered on the palate w...
Price: $13.99

2020 Bedouet "Clos des Grands Primos" Muscadet Sèvre et Maine Sur Lie
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90 points Wine Enthusiast: "From a single vineyard, this wine is ripe and textured, with a creamy character that gives richness. Concentration brings out minerality and a saline edge. (RV)" (05/2022) K&L Notes: The Bedouet family's history in the region dates back to the 1890s, when the estate was created by Henri Bedouet. His grandson, Michel, took possession and expanded the holdings when he assumed the reins in 1990. In 2010, he began the conversion to organic farming. The vines for the Clos des Grands Primos are planted on a mix of gneiss, mica, an...
Price: $12.99


Nestled in the village of Verdigny, Domain Tabordet is run by brothers Yvon and Pascal Tabordet, who took the reins back in 1981. When the two brothers first took over the estate it consisted of three hectares (7.4 acres) in Sancerre. By 1988 they had added another 4.5 hectares of Sancerre and another 12 hectares (29.7 acres) in neighboring Pouilly-Fumé, just across the Loire River. Wine growing in Pouilly-Fumé dates back to the fifth century when the Romans dominated the area. In 1937 it became an official Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) of France...
Price: $24.99

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "South of the Loire-side city of Saumur, this estate has produced a ripe, spicy wine with a light texture over smoky flavors and generous red fruits. (RV)" (06/2021) John Gilman: "The Brunet family farms their vines organically in this very chalky section of Saumur, with the vines over forty years of age. The wine is fermented with indigenous yeasts and aged in cement vats prior to bottling, with the 2018 coming in listed at 14.2% octane in this warm summer. The wine is deep and ripe on the nose, wafting from the glass in a m...
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91 points Wine & Spirits: "The Caremes blend fruit from their network of growers for this cuvee, aging it without oak so it's powered completely by its acidity's crystalline, verjus-like edge that makes it feel like a stunt driver turning a corner on two wheels. Then it coasts into leesy richness and pale stone fruit along with apple and flint. Satisfying and bright." (04/2021) 90 points Wine Spectator: "The plump texture in this complex but approachable white stays focused thanks to the mineral and ginger underpinnings that mark the peach, honeysuckle...
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The family-owned domaine dates back to 1804, located in a tiny Loire village named St-Julien-de Chédon. Since 2009, Laurent Benoist has been at the helm, focusing his efforts on sustainable farming and pure, terroir-driven wines. As a region, Touraine has the flexibility to plant a wide range of varieties, so it’s different from the more formal areas such as Vouvray that only allows Chenin Blanc, or Sancerre, which only allows Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. In Touraine, they can grow Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Chenin Blanc, Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Pin...
Price: $14.99

This Chardonnay is produced by the three brothers Couillaud at the Château de la Ragotière, a few minutes from the Atlantic near the mouth of the Loire River, where the maritime climate is ideal for producing whites that are refreshing and bright. The Couillauds age most of this wine on its lees until bottling to add weight and texture with around 10% being barrel-fermented in French oak for the faintest touch of toastiness.
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93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Green asparagus and earthy notes intermixed with dark berry aromas open the 2018 Saumur Puy Notre Dame Tête de Lard, which benefits from aeration. Black-red in color, the unfiltered wine aged in old barrels for 12 months and was bottled in April last year. It is a concentrated, enormously juicy and fruity-intense red wine with a velvety texture and fruit aromas of blue berries, blackcurrants, elderberries and cowberries. The soft tannins are completely interwoven with the viscous texture of this very particular r...
Price: $32.99

Nicolas Idiart, winemaker and founder of Maison Idiart, grew up with a passion for wine, which he acquired from his father and grandfather. After graduating from winemaking school at Blanquefort in Bordeaux, Nicolas' enthusiasm for Loire wines brought him to work in Chinon, Touraine, and Muscadet, with stints further afield in Australia and New Zealand. Never quite sure where his niche was, he moved in to the sales side of the wine business, mainly in North America. After 7 long and ultimately unsatisfying years of sales, he decided to go back to winemak...
Price: $9.99

The Choblet family established their vineyards in 1945 in what would become the Muscadet Côtes de Grandlieu appellation. Now three generations deep, brothers Herve and Nicolas Choblet work together from vine to bottle to make some of the most interesting and dynamic Muscadets in the region. The vines are planted on a mix of mica-schist but mostly granitic soils, lending brilliant mineral tones to the wine. It is aged in tank for 8 months sur lie before bottling. Some moules frites, s'il vous plaît! (In Organic Conversion)
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"I first met vigneron Jean-Noël Millon while attending an organic wine fair in the South of France. The wines were impressive, so we arranged to meet on my trip through the Loire a couple of months later. A visit to the winery led to a trip through the ancient cellar, which had been carved from the chalky stone below (known as tuffeau) two centuries before. As we progressed from chamber to chamber, it began to feel more like a spelunking expedition. Ancient coins were pressed into the walls by past workers, the old wine press was still intact, even the o...
Price: $39.99

92 points Wine Enthusiast: "Named after the confluence of the Sèvre and Maine rivers, this wine has ripe pepper and crisp fruit characters. Lemon and tangy orange flavors are enhanced by the strong mineral texture. The wine is a little young and will be better from late 2019. (RV)" (10/2019)
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2015 Château du Petit Thouars "Cuvée L'Amiral" Touraine Rouge
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94 points Vinous: "The 2015 L'Amiral is an impressive, savory, refined Cabernet Franc that is almost Bordeaux-like in its classicism. This cuvée is only made in what the producer deems to be an exceptional year, and then aged in barrel for a lengthy two years, although it never encounters new wood. Made in an elegant yet ripe, rounded style, this is just starting to develop, with savory complexity joining festive spices, tea and prunes, but there's plenty more in the tank. You can expect an abundance of fine, chalky tannins and a refreshing line of acidi...
Price: $29.99

Winemaker Anthony Girard grew up in his family's Sancerre winery, but spent a number of years learning about wine production all over the world before returning home to continue working with Sauvignon Blanc. While continuing to help with the namesake Girard label, Anthony wanted to create his own project on the side and eventually purchased a small plot of pristine real estate near the town of Récy with primo Sancerre limestone soils. After acquiring the vines he was given a large key as a symbolic gesture of new ownership, or a "clef du récit," which be...
Price: $13.99

2019 Yannick Amirault "Cote 50" Bourgueil
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91 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Amirault's 2019 Bourgueil Cote 50 blends the fruit of 35-year-old vines cultivated in four lieux-dits located on the gravel terrace just 50 meters above the Loire. The wine is dark in color and exhibits an intense, wonderfully aromatic yet fine, fresh and elegant bouquet of perfectly ripe dark fruit and even some red berries intertwined with tobacco and graphite notes as well as spicy-stony gravelly tones. Concentrated but fresh, with silky tannins and lovely tart kumquat bitters on the finish, this is an aromati...
Price: $19.99

Nestled in the village of Verdigny, Domain Tabordet is run by brothers Yvon and Pascal Tabordet, who took the reins back in 1981. When the two brothers first took over the estate, it consisted of three hectares in Sancerre. By 1988, they had added another 4.5 hectares of Sancerre and also added 12 hectares in neighboring Pouilly-Fumé, just across the Loire River. Wine growing in Pouilly-Fumé dates back to the fifth century when the Romans dominated the area. In 1937, it became an official Appellation d’Origine Contrôlée (AOC) of France. Wine called Pouil...
Price: $9.99

2019 Domaine de la Taille Aux Loups "Les Hauts de Husseau" Montlouis-sur-Loire
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95 points Decanter: "Until the 2015 vintage Les Hauts de Husseau was called Rémus Plus. This is a blend of five single vineyards in the northern part of the Montlouis appellation where the majority of the vines are between 70 and 90 years old, planted on thin flinty soil over limestone. The oldest vines, however, date from 1912. These three 2019s perfectly illustrate the importance, especially in a hot year, of picking at the optimum moment and having a very large team of pickers to harvest as quickly as possible. The 2019 has a fine balance of vibrant f...
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Joël Taluau is a fabulous grower in St-Nicolas de Bourgueil known for making some of the purest expressions of Cabernet Franc in the Loire, unmarred by the intrusion of oak. He was also the first producer in the appellation to begin domaine bottling. These days, Joel makes wines with the help of his son-in-law, Thierry Foltzenlogel. The Vieilles Vignes comes from 35 to 80-year-old vines on clay-limestone soils.
Price: $17.99

We were first introduced to the wines of Eric Cottat a few years back. He was brought to our attention by one of our long-time friends and winemakers in Sancerre, and we brought in a small amount as that was all we were allowed to take at the time. Eric is a one-man show and only produces a small amount of wines each vintage for family, friends, and close customers, and then sells off the rest of his fruit to other eager producers in the region. Last year I had the opportunity to pay Mr. Cottat a visit and quickly became enamored by how he goes about doi...
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93 points Wine Spectator: "Searing acidity flows behind the notes of glazed pear, fig and quince, with hints of blanched almond echoing. Silky in texture, with a savory mineral crunch, this gets a bit tight midpalate, but the acidity takes over and keeps this going on the long, spice-infused finish. Could work now with the right food, but better to wait a bit. (AZ)" (11/2020) K&L Notes: Vincent Carême, together with his wife Tania, founded Domaine Vincent Carême in 1999 in the Vouvray region of the Loire Valley. The Le Clos cuvée is one of Vincent’s to...
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The Couly family has long roots in Chinon. As Joel B. Payne writes: "Although he still owns half of Couly-Dutheil, Pierre Couly was thrown out by his brother Jacques when the latter took control of the family business ten years ago. It is not quite fratricide, but it was particularly odd because both were near the age of retirement when it happened. With three hectares from Domaine Farou, his wife’s estate, Pierre and his son Bertrand started over. A decade later, they now have 20, exclusively on the plateau above Chinon. Including the grapes that they b...
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Producer, Christophe Hallereau wasn't interested in being in the wine business until he inherited his family vineyards. Still maintaining his day job, he has become a weekend warrior winemaker maintaining the property and the cellar library. With 8 hectares in the village of Vallet, he now runs the local association of growers. All wines are fermented in concrete with native yeasts and minimal additions of SO2. Subsoils in the region are igneous with granite, gneiss, and mica. Vallet is a pending cru appellation and is known for its clay based soils. The...
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Pitault Landry et Fils calls upon five generations of family-farming to cultivate their estate, Domaine les Pins, which consists of 29 hectares of Cabernet Franc. Being independent growers, they utilize the most traditional techniques at every stage of production. This release comes from the Les Perrières lieu-dit.
Price: $29.99

2019 Domaine de la Taille Aux Loups "Clos de Mosny" Montlouis-sur-Loire
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95 points Decanter: "The Clos Mosny is an entirely walled, gently sloping, south-facing clos in the southern part of the Montlouis appellation in the commune of Saint-Martin-le-Beau. When Jacky Blot bought the clos from Monmousseau in 2012, the vineyard and the wall was in a poor state. Both have subsequently been restored. Grapes for the Clos Mosny come from the best parts of the clos with the rest going either into Rémus or for the domaine's sparkling wines. The light gold 2019 has mineral, stony aromas with a touch of oak, richly textured with mouthfi...
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Wine Enthusiast: "This profound, off-dry sparkling pear cider from Normandy comes from biodynamically farmed, 300-year-old trees." (05/2014) K&L Notes: A sommelier by training, in 1992 Eric took over his family's estate and orchards. His goal was to revolutionize the cider industry and bring it into restaurants, high-end retail and export markets. A close friend of his, Didier Dagueneau, the icon wine-maker in Pouilly-sur-Loire encouraged him down the path of producing ciders from apples and pears that are like no others. Ciders that make one draw comp...
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96 points Vinous: "The ripeness of the 2018 vintage gives an almost Syrah/Viognier character to the Chinon La Croix Boissée, which offers sweet black fruit and a creamy apricot note. Sumptuous yet never ever opulent, it's almost as if the wine's just done a yoga class. Plentiful tannins give the inside of your cheeks a chalky rub, while there's surprising freshness considering the ripeness, leading to a lengthy finish. This is a baby that will turn out to be a great adult. (RG)" (08/2021) 93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Chinon La Cro...
Price: $49.99

The wines of this family domaine have been a staple here at K&L since the 1994 vintage, when Franck and Betty Millet drove a long way (to Beaune!) on Easter Sunday to meet Clyde and crew to present their wines. We love these wines for their freshness, charm and affordability. The low-alcohol Millet Sancerre Rouge is 100% Pinot Noir, partially barrel aged, and absolutely delicious. Aromas of cherries and purple flowers give way to a vibrant, crunchy red-fruited palate with just a enough tannins to balance out the juicy fruit.
Price: $19.99

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