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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Concentrated dark fruit leads the nose and palate on this garnet-hued aperitif wine infused with quinine. Complex, rich stewed fruit notes suggest cherry pie and Port brushed with vanilla, finishing long with drying hints of plum skin, sage and dried oregano plus a hint of espresso like bitterness. Mix with whiskey and other dark spirits. *Best Buy* (KN)" (04/2019) K&L Notes: This legendary red wine-based aperitif is finally available in the US. A base of Carignan and Grenache must (mistelles) blended with dry wine from Rous...
Price: $19.99

From the historic Louis Roque distillery located in the sleepy town of Souillac. Imported by the inimitable Charles Neal, Roque specializes in Vieille Prune from Gascony. Perhaps the finest in its class, certainly the best of what's available in the states, the spirit is distilled using only the best Gascogne Plums. With the depth of a cognac and the finesse of a plum brandy, this Vieille Prune has an unparalleled richness. Bursting with Asian spice and ripe fruit, you'll want to keep this one in stock once you've tried it.
Price: $49.99

All the mixologists in San Francisco love this absinthe and even choose it over locally made absinthes, which is saying a lot! The first commercially available Swiss absinthe, this is the "bleue" varity of Absinthe developed in Switzerland. The style doesn't get a secondary maceration of botanicals and the addition of chlorophyll does not occur prior to bottling. It is made in an alembic still and doesn't use extracts or oils. Because of this, the end product is clear and maybe a bit less herbal. The lack of chlorophyll inhibits this absinthe's potential...
Price: $74.99

A stunning vermouth by Joseph Cartron. The famous Burgundian liqueur producer has also managed to take Burgundian Chardonnay and transform it into one of the most compelling vermouths we have ever tasted. A classic array of botanicals is enhanced further with a delicate fruit infusion of apricot, sloeberry, and peach. It's a testament ot balance that these ingredients all come together and enhance the high quality wine base, not cover it up. Nearing perfection on its own, this will also play wonderfully in a cocktail.
Price: $34.99

A stunning combination of Burgundian Pinot Noir and classic vermouth botanicals in addition to a little bit of Bourgogne black currant and cherry. This is one of the most well balanced and compelling vermouths in the store and not to be missed by wine lovers and vermouth lovers alike.
Price: $34.99

Price: $129.99

PLEASE NOTE: This product contains a bookplate-signed copy of "Drinking French" by David Lebovitz, along with a four-pack bar set of the following classic French spirits: one (1) 750ml bottle of Château de Pellehaut K&L Exclusive "L'Age de Glace" Ténarèze Armagnac; one (1) 750ml bottle of Domaine Hubert K&L Exclusive Pays d'Auge Vieux Calvados; one (1) 750ml bottle of Byrrh Grand Quinquina Apéritif; and one (1) 375ml bottle of Green Chartreuse. David Lebovitz's new book "Drinking French" is a wonderful exploration of French drinking culture, featuring ...
Price: $139.99

Price: $54.99

94 points Wine Enthusiast: "Made with a base of Corsican white wine (Vermentino and other varietals), this sunny-hued aperitivo mixes fuity and floral notes for an ideal warm-weather sipper. Crisp apple and white blossoms entice the nose, while the palate offers breezy hints of melon and honeysuckle sweetness, finishing slightly drying with mild grapefruit pith bitterness. Cinchona bark (quinine) adds depth. (KN)" (04/2019) K&L Notes: A classic Corsican aperitif wine, Mattei's Cap Corse Blanc Quinquina is made from a base wine of Vermentino and Muscat,...
Price: $24.99

A Corsican creation attributed to a fellow named, most apropos, Louis-Napoléon Mattei, in 1872, this aperitif includes a variety of local and exotic spices, including walnuts and cinchona bark (quinine) with a wine base of Corsican Muscat and Vermentinu. The result is a dry aperitif with unique character. Enjoy with soda on ice, or as a lesser-known partner to rye in a Boulevardier.
Price: $24.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "To make this bottling, T.A. Breaux analyzed vintage absinthe, dated circa 1901. It's burnished gold in the glass, louching to opalescent light gold, and scented with bold notes of anise and licorice. The flavor is mild at first, but shows more anise on the long, rounded finish. (KN) " (03/2015) K&L Notes: Jade 1901 Absinthe Supérieure was recreated as a tribute to a widely studied pre-ban absinthe, as it appeared circa 1901. During the heyday of its existence, the original brand was exported worldwide export, and was widely ...
Price: $109.99

95 points Wine Enthusiast: "Grab your corkscrew to open a bottle of this absinthe, a tribute to distiller T.A. Breaux's hometown, New Orleans. The light jade liquid louches to cloudy pale green, releasing gentle fennel, rosemary and fresh basil accented with lime zest and white pepper, plus a long, gentle anise finish. Although it's easy-sipping when louched, the undiluted spirit is ideal for prepping a glass to receive a sazerac. (KN)" (03/2015) K&L Notes: As the popularity of absinthe swept through France during the mid-19th century, la fée verte beg...
Price: $109.99

This aperitif wine has been in production since 1865. It was also an early sponsor of the Tour de France, and the bittersweet concoction stimulates the appetite. From the importer: "It is made by an infusion of gentian, cinchona (quinine), and renowned herbs of the Grand Chartreuse mountains in a mistelle base. Traditionally enjoyed neat or with a twist; also may enhance classic drinks in place of sweet red vermouth."
Price: $18.99

This highly unusual sweet vermouth is crafted form a base of white wine mixed wtih two year old Pineau des Charentes - the delightful treat from Cognac region in France made from sweet grape must foritfied with Cognac. The base is then sweetened slightly with caramelized grape juice and aromatized with a complex array of herbs and spices including angelica root, cinnamon, cardamom, coriander, nutmeg, adn bitter oragne peel. It is aged in ex-Cognac casks for several months to harmonize before bottling. The result is a beautiful golden elixir with great cl...
Price: $19.99

This unsual vermouth is made by combining a base of red and white wine with two year old red Pineau des Charentes - the ancient delight from the Cognac region in France. It is then aromatized with a wonderful array of herbs and spices, sweetened with caramelized grape juice, and left to marry for months in ex-Cognac barrels. A fruit forward vermouth with just the right level of bittterness. If you're looking for a vermouth with a different feel, this is it. It plays particularly well in any brandy cocktails.
Price: $19.99

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