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2019 Fabien Collonge Beaujolais Rosé
Top Pick!
Fabien Collange is a young winemaker from Beaujoalis. We met him on our recent trip to the region and he presented us with a rosé of Gamay that absolutely knocked our socks off. There is no pretense in his approach to winemaking: his goals are to create terroir-driven wines that are both fun and enjoyable. This is a wine that's fresh, crisp, and clean on the palate with a supple weight and pure flavors of fresh strawberries and spice. This is the affordable rosé you need a case of for the warm months, and maybe a few bottles for the pleasanter fall eveni...
Price: $12.99

2018 Domaine Jean-Michel Dupré Morgon "Vignes de 1935"
Top Pick!
92 points Wine Enthusiast: "A condensed and structured wine from vines planted in 1935, this is dark and powerful. Tannins are right up front, partnering the big black fruits and rich juiciness. (RV)" (04/2020)
Price: $14.99

93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine has great richness, tannins and smooth black fruits that have benefited from 12 months in wood. It has an impressively ripe texture and a dense structure. Drink the wine now, although it will be even better from late 2020. (RV)" (04/2020)
Price: $19.99

2019 Domaine Jean-Michel Dupré Beaujolais-Villages "Vignes de 1940"
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Starting with an inheritance of 2 hectares of vines perched on a hillside above the village of Beaujeu in the heart of Beaujolais, Jean-Michel Dupré has since branched out by sourcing fruit from several vineyards and in the process earned himself a reputation as one of Beaujolais' artisan winemakers.
Price: $12.99

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2018 Moulin-à-Vent Dernier Souffle is showing beautifully, bursting with aromas of orange rind, blackberries, cherries and spices. Medium to full-bodied, velvety and layered, it's deep and concentrated, with notable mid-palate volume, tangy acids and powdery tannins. Long and penetrating, this is a fabulous wine from Richard Rottiers that's well worth seeking out. One of the region's most dedicated organic farmers, Richard Rottiers suffered in the 2016 and 2017 vintages that saw Moulin-à-Vent ravaged by hail....
Price: $24.99

Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "One of the region's most dedicated organic farmers, Richard Rottiers suffered in the 2016 and 2017 vintages that saw Moulin-à-Vent ravaged by hail. But 2018 represented a return to some sort of normality, and he has produced a fine set of wines; a feat he's replicated with a portfolio of 2019s that are if anything livelier and finer-boned than their predecessors. Semi-carbonic maceration is followed by élevage in foudre and barrel, depending on the cuvée. Everything reviewed here comes warmly recommended. (WK)" (05/2020) ...
Price: $19.99

93 points Vinous: "Brilliant violet color. A suave, mineral-accented bouquet evokes ripe red/blue fruits and candied flowers and a spicy nuance builds in the glass. Bright, seamless and appealingly sweet, offering concentrated yet lively raspberry and boysenberry flavors that firm up slowly with aeration. Ripe but graceful in style, finishing gently tannic and impressively long, leaving a sexy lavender pastille note behind. (JR)" (10/2019) 92 points James Suckling: "There are some beautifully defined, ripe red and dark berries on offer here, as well as...
Price: $25.99

92 points James Suckling: "A vivid, pure gamay with plenty of fruit and orange peel. Some minerality. Intensely fruity. Medium to full body. Tangy acidity with clear, sweet-and-sour fruit. Crisp. Drink now." (02/2020) 92 points Vinous: "Deep, bright-hued violet. Fresh dark berries, candied flowers, allspice and a hint of blood orange on the expansive nose. Sappy and appealingly sweet, offering pliant cherry and black raspberry flavors that deepen and spread out quickly with air. Delivers a suave blend of power and finesse and finishes very long and smo...

2017 Chateau de Julienas "Tradition" Juliénas
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92 points James Suckling: "Plenty of sour cherries and a touch of blood orange make this rather silky, medium-bodied Juliénas attractive and easy to enjoy. But there is some real depth and a long finish, in which the dry and fruity sides of the wine are very nicely balanced. Drink or hold." (01/2019) Vinous: "Deep ruby. Pungent, spice-accented cherry and black raspberry scents and flavors show good clarity and pick up a hint of succulent herbs with air. Chewy and nicely focused, delivering solid, youthful tannic grip on the nicely persistent finish. (J...
Price: $14.99

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "In this perfumed wine, juicy fruit and ripe tannins combine with a firm texture that offers good aging potential. Ripe and complex, the wine should be ready from 2021. (RV)" (04/2020)
Price: $19.99

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wine comes from a small section of the Côte du Py vineyard called La Briratte. It has a juicy, open and fruity character, bubbling with cherry flavors. The texture shows some tannins that will soften over time. Drink the wine from 2021. (RV)" (04/2020)
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94 points James Suckling: "A solid, structured red, showing black cherry, granite with light rust and mineral undertones. It’s full-bodied with a savory, juicy palate that turns lightly tannic and tensioned. Drink or hold." (09/2020) K&L Notes: Wine Advocate's William Kelley heaped great praise on Jean Foillard when he wrote of the producer, "As I wrote last year, it's an open secret that this is one of the region's finest as well as most consistent addresses, and followers of the estate won't be disappointed by the newly released 2018. Jean and Agnès ...
Price: $49.99

A note from the importer: "Early on, Jean began to follow the teachings of Jules Chauvet, a traditionalist who defied everything that the more commercial brands were touting in the region. Jean and three other local vignerons, Marcel Lapierre, Jean-Paul Thévenet, and Guy Breton, soon joined in on the movement. This Gang of Four, as Kermit christened them, called for a return to the old practices of viticulture and vinification: starting with old vines, never using synthetic herbicides or pesticides, harvesting late, rigorously sorting to remove all but t...
Price: $25.99

90 points Wine Enthusiast: "From a vineyard that is being converted to organic, this wine has signs of the pure fruit that comes with this viticulture. It offers some tannins as well as crisp berry fruits, adding in attractive, bright acidity. The wine will be ready from 2021. (RV)" (04/2020)
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Jancis Robinson: "Emblematic wine that offers pure pleasure. A real find in a Carcassonne brasserie, even if the wine list promised the 2017 and we had to ask for 'cocktail' ballons to enjoy it properly. Really fresh and pure. No shortage of either fruit or acidity. We took the half-full bottle home and enjoyed the wine at a wide range of temperatures. Great with turbot. 16.5/20 points. (JR)" (08/2019) K&L Notes: 91 points Jasper Morris Inside Burgundy: "100-year-old vines on the Côte du Py for 80%, and 20% from Douby. It will have had 9 months in barr...
Price: $49.99

94 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Revisited a year later, the 2018 Moulin-à-Vent Vieilles Vignes continues to show very well, exhibiting a rich and inviting bouquet of black cherries, licorice, smoked meats, anise, orange rind and peonies. Medium to full-bodied, fleshy and enveloping, its deep core of fruit is framed by ripe tannins and succulent acids, concluding with a sapid finish. This is sufficiently demonstrative to drink well today—preferably with a rare steak or similar—but it will also age well. In style, it's quite reminiscent of the 20...
Price: $25.99

91 points Wine Enthusiast: "From a three-acre vineyard on the slopes of Mont Brouilly, this wine has structure, full tannins and intense black fruits. It is young, concentrated and likely to age well. Drink from 2021. (RV)" (04/2020)
Price: $14.99


92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Bursting with aromas of succulent red cherries and raspberries, the 2017 Saint-Amour Vieilles Vignes is medium to full-bodied, fleshy and concentrated, with a deep and layered core, lively acids and powdery, entirely hidden tannins, concluding with a long and sapid finish. This is a decidedly serious effort from Aviron that's well worth seeking out. Old vines, sustainable viticulture and classical winemaking are the foundations of Stéphane Aviron's approach, and 2017 is a great success for at this address. Suppl...
Price: $19.99


93 points Wine Enthusiast: "This wood-aged wine comes from the Saburin vineyard. Polished and ripe, the wine has swathes of succulent black fruits lightened by acidity. While it is beginning to mature, this wine has a way to go. (RV)" (04/2020)
Price: $19.99

Joe Czerwinski writes: "One of New Zealand's top wineries, Te Mata, under the leadership of chief executive Nick Buck and veteran winemaker Phil Brodie, continues to set the pace in Hawke's Bay. While Coleraine—the winery's flagship red blend—deservedly gets most of the headlines, the Bullnose Syrah and the deftly wooded white wines are also near the top of the heap. The barrel-fermented Cape Crest Sauvignon Blanc (which includes small amounts of Sémillon and Sauvignon Gris) is a dead ringer for a top Pessac-Léognan, while the Estate Vineyards Gamay Noir...
Price: $16.99

William Kelley writes: "As I wrote last year, it's an open secret that this is one of the region's finest as well as most consistent addresses, and followers of the estate won't be disappointed by the newly released 2018. Jean and Agnès Foillard's first vintage was in 1981, but it was in 1985 that Jean began to work differently, influenced by his neighbor, the late Marcel Lapierre. Lapierre followed négociant and microbiologist Jules Chauvet in rejecting selected yeasts and manipulative winemaking in favor of minimal effective sulfur dioxide and carbonic...
Price: $49.99



Spontaneous fermentation - an altogether preferable scenario to spontaneous combustion, and A LOT more fun to drink. This pink, semi-dry bubbly was made by spontaneous fermentation, otherwise known as méthode ancestrale. Grapes are picked by hand (the local Poulsard and Gamay grown on mountainous slopes in the shadow of the Alps) and fermented in chilled vats just reaching 5 or 6 degrees alcohol. The young and light wine is then bottled, along with its active yeast and considerable unfermented sugar. Under pressure of the cork, the wine continues to ferm...
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Arnot-Roberts was founded in Healdsburg in 2001 by childhood friends Duncan Arnot Meyers and Nathan Lee Roberts. According to the winery, the focus of Arnot-Roberts is to produce distinctive, site-driven wines that highlight the nature of the unique terroirs in which the grapes are grown. Winery notes: "Both vineyards for this wine are located at around 3000’ elevation and are harvested and fermented separately, then blended together to make the final wine. The grapes are brought into the winery, loaded into steel fermentation tanks and sealed up for sev...
Price: $29.95

92 points Vinous: "Another captivating wine in this range, the 2018 Gamay Noir is absolutely joyous. Bright, punchy and fruity, the 2018 is bursting with energy from start to finish. Floral, savory and spice notes abound in a wine of real character and personality. The 100% whole clusters are evident, but also beautifully woven into the wine's fabric. The 2018 is irresistible, it's as simple as that. (AG)" (04/2020)
Price: $39.95

93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "Bottled a mere week before I tasted it, Thivin's 2019 Côte de Brouilly unwinds in the glass with inviting aromas of plums, red berries, warm spices and peonies. Medium to full-bodied, velvety and enveloping, it's bright and precise, with fine depth at the core and real energy, concluding with a long, gently tannic finish. A touch finer-boned and more dynamic than the gourmand, demonstrative 2018, this is showing very well. (WK)" (05/2020)
Price: $29.99

Hundred Suns is a reference to the approximately 100 days of the growing season between flowering and harvest. Winery note: "Recognizing the ripe nature of the 2018 vintage, we divided 60% of the total yields into two small carbonic fermentations to retain freshness. The whole clusters spent 12 days in sealed tanks with no sulfur or manipulations, and we then pressed to neutral oak and aged for 7 months. The remaining 40% was destemmed and fermented with native yeast for 28 days. This deep and complex counterpart was aged for 7 months in terracotta ampho...
Price: $29.95

Terrassen is the wine project of noted sommelier Thomas Pastuszak. From the producer: "Gamay sourced from a 20-year-old vineyard (Beaujolais cuttings) on the West Side of Cayuga Lake (our friends at Sheldrake Point Winery, in Ovid, NY), planted on limestone, clay & shale. Harvest followed by gentle foot-trodding and a 9-day cold-soak (partial Carbonic Maceration). 100% Whole Cluster, fermented half with Indigenous Yeasts and half with a Burgundy yeast for nearly 2 months in open-top fermenters, 2x daily punch-downs. Moved to old barrique for malolactic f...
Price: $24.95

Neal Martin writes: "Dominique took over the domaine in 1971, the fourteenth generation to farm the land in Morgon, with his American wife and oenologist Kristine Mary. They started buying in grapes in 1988, extending into Chenas in 2003 with the Lameloise family, then acquiring vines in the Cote du Py in 2006, and another two hectares in Regnie in 2011. Visiting the domaine and meeting Dominique for the first time, he told me that they farm 55 hectares of vines, 30% on the region’s steep slopes, focusing upon one cuvee per appellation in order to show t...
Price: $24.99

After a career in the restaurant business, Scott Schultz switched to wine when he moved to Napa from Chicago and started overseeing the wine program at Thomas Keller's Bouchon. He soon launched his own brand Jolie-Laide, which loosely means "pretty-ugly" in French and is a term of endearment for something unconventionally beautiful. Winery notes: "The clusters are left whole and started by carbonic maceration, which lends its distinctive high tone appeal, then eventually crushed by foot and finished whole cluster for skin contact and extraction. Pressed ...
Price: $29.95



91 points James Suckling: "Impressive aromas of blueberries and raspberries with leafy violets and pepper. The palate has superb clarity of fresh, blackcurrant and strawberry flavors and a white pepper dusting the finish. Drink or hold." (01/2020) K&L Notes: David Schildknecht writes: "In 1988, CBS foreign correspondent Doug Tunnell – having picked up a love of wine and then a viticultural itch during professional assignments in France and Germany, and heard with excitement about the commitment the Drouhins were making to Willamette wine growing – bega...
Price: $28.95

Bid on this 4-bottle lot of 2010 Domaine Thibault Liger-Belair Moulin à Vent Vieilles Vignes.
Starting Bid: $100.00

Bid on this bottle of 2014 Les Bertrands ''Cuvée du Chaos'' Fleurie (92VN). Vinous: "Ruby-red. Spice- and mineral-accented cherry and red berries on the nose, along with floral and earth nuances that emerge as the wine opens up. Shows energetic lift and focus in the mouth, offering berry skin, bitter cherry and rhubarb flavors and a hint of succulent herbs. Taut and focused on the clinging, intensely spicy finish, which is given shape by dusty, slow-building tannins. (JR)" (08/2016)
Starting Bid: $30.00

Bid on this 2-bottle lot of 2015 Domaine du Pavillon de Chavannes Côte de Brouilly "Cuvée des Ambassades'" (93VN). Vinous: "Very light red. Complex, incisive scents of fresh red berries, blood orange, allspice and candied rose, lifted by a smoky mineral nuance. Juicy raspberry, cherry and spicecake flavors are accented by a hint of white pepper; bitter orange pith and rhubarb qualities lend refreshing bitterness. Gains depth on the very long, penetrating finish, which features sneaky, fine-grained tannins. (AG)" (08/2016)
Starting Bid: $30.00

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