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2014 Château Haut-Monplaisir "Prestige" Cahors (Elsewhere $25) (Elsewhere $25)
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93 points Wine Enthusiast: "Wood aged and serious, this is a finely balanced wine. Its spice and toast notes are beginning to come together with its young, exuberant fruit and acidity. Black currant flavors dominate, giving it a crisp, juicy edge. Drink this impressive wine from 2021. (RV)" (12/2017) K&L Notes: Cahors, the ancestrale home of Malbec, has experienced a rennaissance in recent years. In its heyday, the wines of Cahors held more prestige than those of its neighbor Bordeaux but when phylloxera struck in the late 19th century, it took decade...
Price: $19.99

Côtes de Gascogne is primarily known for the production of Armagnac; it wasn’t until the last 20 years or so that producers began to take table wine production seriously. Traditionally, these wines would have been distilled into Armagnac. Producers found that by fermenting at lower temperatures in stainless steel, they could develop and preserve more powerful aromatics. Though yields are high, costs have stayed low and the wines are consequently some of the best bargain whites in France. Domaine de Millet is first and foremost an Armagnac producer. They ...
Price: $9.99


David Schildknecht writes: "On a high, windswept granitic plateau near Monte Grossu (east of Calvi) known as E Prove, Michel Raoust vinifies in the vast former olive processing facility that father-in-law Roger Maestracci converted into a winery when he planted vineyards immediately after World War II. The facility permits the reds extended elevage, including time in large oaken foudres. Extreme diurnal temperature variation along with the influence of wind seems – as with many wines grown in places that share those traits – to favor pronounced phenolics...
Price: $22.99

Deep in an area renowned for its independent and strong ancestral culture, the Basque Country is in the southwestern-most part of France, just half an hour from Spain. Here, Irouléguy received its appellation contrôlée in 1970, with about 250 acres of vineyards cultivated by 60 growers.Jean-Claude Berrouet is an Irouléguy native who left home to serve for more than three decades as the winemaker at Château Pétrus. But the Basque region has a powerful pull, and Jean-Claude eventually returned home to his native soil. Appropriately, he named his estate “He...
Price: $29.99

One of the most overlooked spirits in the world is France's light and slightly sweet aperitif - Pineau des Charantes. Made from sweetened grape must and a bit of young Cognac, the Raymond Ragnaud is perhaps the best expression of the style we carry. Imported directly for K&L by Charles Neal, the Ragnaud is best served slightly chilled either before a meal or after. A great substitute for sherry or port when the months turn warmer and you want something more refreshing.
Price: $19.99

This adaptation of a 16th century recipe is a re-creation from the early modern age, but seems unusually contemporary. A blend of fresh grape juice and young Bas Armagnac, this light aperitif is versatile and has mass appeal. A blend of 50% Colombard and 50% Ugni Blanc, production consists of 100% free-run juice which is settled and decanted. Next, once a year, the fresh grape juice and young Armagnacs are blended in a closed vat. This is the Floc and is left to settle until the end of winter. Color: Straw-colored, gold-tinted. Nose: honey, candied fru...
Price: $19.99


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