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2019 Domaine de Verquière Côtes-du-Rhône
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Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "An 80-20 blend of Grenache and Syrah, the 2019 Cotes du Rhone is a medium-bodied, very drinkable and red-fruited offering. Herb-inflected raspberries and strawberries, silky tannins and a gently astringent finish add up to a solid effort for near-term drinking. (JC)" (11/2020) K&L Notes: The Verquière estate has been passed down from father to son for many generations and is now managed by Thibaut Chamfort. Following age-old traditions and sustainable practices, the estate was recently certified organic. The Côtes-du-Rhô...
Price: $11.99

2019 Domaine Begude "Le Cerisier" Pinot Noir Pays d'Oc
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Domaine Begude is a high quality, organic wine estate set high in the cool climate region of Limoux in the south of France. Fresh and fruit-filled, modern white, rosé, & red wines represent great value for money and are available to buy at the Domaine and around the world. Winery note: "Fruit, fruit and more fruit: cherries and raspberries abound! You must try this with duck. Fabulous lightly chilled with summer lunches."
Price: $14.99

2019 Domaine la Chapelle Saint Victor Coteaux d'Aix en Provence Rosé
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This rosé from Domaine de la Chapelle Saint Victor AOP Coteaux d'Aix en Provence is made from a Mediterranean blend of Grenache and Cinsault, enhanced with a touch of Syrah (Grenache 50%; Cinsault 30%; Syrah 20%). Winery note: "Light pink in color, with violet shades, this wine possesses a memorable and complex aroma. A lively wine that is smooth and possessing a certain sweetness. Very fruity, this rosé is particularly well suited as an aperitif or with salads and vegetable dishes."
Price: $14.99

2019 Mas de Libian "Bout d'Zan" Côtes-du-Rhône
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The Thibon family acquired the Libian property in 1670, and in 1970 Jean-Pierre Thibon decided to wholly focus on wine production. Since then the estate has grown to 25 hectares of vineyards and 8 hectares of "nourishing" land planted to olive trees, vegetable and flower gardens, and grains to support the organic and biodynamic viticulture. Mas de Libian began its biodynamic farming in 2005 and was shortly certified by Demeter afterwards. The "Bout d'Zan" translates to "bit of Zan" which playfully uses Jean-Pierre's childhood nickname referring to his ...
Price: $14.99

2019 Clos de l'Anhel "Les Terrassettes" Corbières
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"My name is Sophie Guiraudon and I am a winemaker since ZERO generation!," says Sophie proudly. Sophie was working in other peoples' wineries in southern France for years. In 2000, Sophie started her own biodynamic, organic winery. She wanted to grow grapes that her son could eat right off of the vines. The Terrassettes is typically a blend of 72% Carignan, 17% Syrah, 8% Grenache Noir, 3% Mourvèdre. While Carignan can sometimes produce a brooding, earthy wine, Sophie handles this varietal flawlessly. The wine is surprisingly delicate, medium bodied and d...
Price: $19.99

2019 Domaine Begude "Terroir 11300" Chardonnay Pays d'Oc
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Domaine Begude is a small, family-owned property located high in the foothills of the Pyrenees in the Limoux region of the Languedoc. The long, cool growing season lends itself perfectly to the production of crisp and delicate wines, all organically certified by Ecocert. This is a zippy and bright Chardonnay, with citrus, apple and pear notes underlined by a refreshing minerality.
Price: $13.99

The Thibon family acquired the Libian property in 1670, and in 1970 Jean-Pierre Thibon decided to wholly focus on wine production. Since then the estate has grown to 25 hectares of vineyards and 8 hectares of "nourishing" land planted to olive trees, vegetable and flower gardens, and grains to support the organic and biodynamic viticulture. Mas de Libian began its biodynamic farming in 2005 and was shortly certified by Demeter afterwards. The "Khayyam" is named for the 11th century Persian poet and mathematician who wrote poems celebrating wine and wom...
Price: $19.99

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 Mourvèdre 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: $29.99

2019 Clos de l'Anhel "Lolo de l'Anhel" Corbières
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"My name is Sophie Guiraudon and I am a winemaker since ZERO generation!", says Sophie proudly. Sophie was working in other peoples' wineries in southern France for years. In 2000, Sophie started her own bio-dynamic, organic winery. She wanted to grow grapes that her son could eat right off of the vines. The "Lolo de l'Anhel" is typically a blend of 81% of Carignan, 10% of Syrah, 7% of Grenache Noir, and 2% Mourvèdre. The grapes are hand picked, gently vacuum pressed, and finished with 100% tank aging.
Price: $14.99

Slightly sweet, slightly sparkling and some skin contact with the grapes makes for one of the most incredibly unique wines from Greece we have ever tasted. This sits on the verge of natural wine meets sparkling cider meets sour beers. There's really no way to put into words how fun this is. You kind of have to try it and see. (Keith Mabry, K&L Greek Wine Buyer) *Natural Wine, Orange Wine*
Price: $13.99

92 points Vinous: "Vacheron's 2019 Sancerre Blanc is classy, polished and pedigreed through and through. A whole range of bright Sauvignon Blanc aromas and flavors race out of the glass. Citrus, sage, tomato leaf and white pepper all grace this taut, beautifully sculpted Sancerre from Vacheron. (AG)" (10/2020) K&L Notes: From the importer: "With cellars located in the charming, hilltop town of Sancerre, Jean-Laurent and Jean-Dominique Vacheron have vineyards in mainly the eastern part of Sancerre on hard, flinty soils as well as smaller holding on soft...
Price: $36.99

Price: $34.99

92 points Vinous: "Pale pink. Pretty nose of watermelon rind, raspberry and fresh cut flowers. In the mouth, ripe strawberry, lively acidity, rainwater freshness and good structure. A very fine rosé, a cut above. Excellent value. (JW)" (07/2020) 91 points Decanter: "There have been vineyards at Domaine de la Noblaie in the village of Ligré on the south side of the River Vienne since at least the 18th century. The domaine with five hectares of vines was bought in 1952 by Jacqueline and Pierre Manzagol. Their daughter Madeleine and her husband François t...
Price: $14.99

Both Pineau d’Aunis and Patrice Colin hail from the Côteaux du Vendômois, an under-the-radar appellation north of Touraine and Vouvray that lies on a Loire River tributary called, confusingly enough, the Loir. The appellation was officially formed in 2001 but it’s been producing wine since the 11th century. Part of its mystique is that it’s small: there are only 13 private producers and one co-op in this appellation, and this perhaps explains why its hometown hero, Pineau d’Aunis, doesn’t make it Stateside all that often. Patrice is the eighth generati...
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Price: $19.99

Marie and Frederic Chauffray began their career in wine when they took over Fred's parents' wine shop in a suburb outside of Paris. They ran the business successfully for many years, but Marie always wanted to pursue winemaking. After eight years of searching, they found the perfect terroir in a small vineyard in the hills above the city of Montpellier. Since 2005, they have made wine their way by following organic and biodynamic principles and always with the utmost respect for nature. The Bilbo represents their everyday wine. It is composed of 60% Gren...
Price: $19.99

93 points Decanter: "Ripe stone fruit, white pepper, bay leaf and salty nose, followed by a zippy palate and a long, well-defined finish. (2020 DWWA)" 92 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2019 Assyrtiko, the regular Santorini is unoaked, dry (four grams of residual sugar, 7.01 of total acidity) and comes in at 14% alcohol. Quite a difference from the 2018 (which was drier, more tense on the finish and not as rich). This is a blend from mainly Messaria, Karterados, Pyrgos, Megalochori and Akrotiri. The 2018 is more along the lines of the Atlanti...
Price: $34.99

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 also added 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 Fr...
Price: $10.99

90 points Wine Spectator: "Distinctive and elegant, with transparent and focused flavors of lemon curd, orange blossom and pomelo set on a light and crisp frame. Delicate details of fresh ginger and lemon verbena linger on the finish. Drink now. 280 cases made. (MW)" (08/2020) K&L Notes: Winery notes: Horse & Plow is a small, family run winery based in Sebastopol, California. We work exclusively with growers who are committed to superior quality by using certified organic and/ or biodynamic techniques. These sustainable practices allow us to craft wine...
Price: $21.99

This small, family-run estate in the Côtes du Rhône appellation enjoys much the same terroir that prevails in Châteauneuf-du-Pape with slightly warmer climatic conditions. The Thibon family has owned the property for 300 years, but it wasn't until 1970 when Jean-Pierre Thibon built a winery and set the property on its current course. The Cave Vinum is a white blend of Viognier, Roussanne, and Clairette made from the estate's north facing sites, endowing the wine with a cool edge in an otherwise hot landscape. It's a lovely blend for aperitifs or for ligh...
Price: $19.99

Guillaume and Soledad Tari run this beautiful estate in the elevated seaside appellation of Bandol. Bandol is an incredible micro-climate with its concave shaped vineyards that gain the exposure of the sun and the cooling effects of the seaside breezes, all while making powerfully rich Mourvedre based wines that evolve beautifully over the years. The Rosé is made with 80% Mourvedre, 15% Grenache and 5% Cinsault. It is a graceful and expressive rosé from a region that has become synonymous with Provence's best rosés.
Price: $24.99

Located in a region with strong wine-growing traditions dating back to the pre-Roman occupation, the vineyards of Quinta de Arcossó are installed on a hillside with convex exposure south to 400 meters altitude and with about 20% slope. In the soil of granitic origin, they grow carefully selected and adapted species of the region. All of the grapes are chosen by hand and all the wine is moved by gravity, no mechanical pumps are used anywhere in the winery. This combination of planning and meticulous care in the vineyards and the winery results in wine tha...
Price: $18.99


93 points Robert Parker's Wine Advocate: "The 2019 Santorini Assyrtiko, the flagship 100% Assyrtiko, is unoaked, dry (1.5 grams of residual sugar, 6.4 of total acidity and a pH of 3.08) and comes in at 14% alcohol. It was bottled in November 2019, sourced from vines over 70 years in age, all non-grafted. Solid in the mid-palate but without the very ripe nuances that some bigger wines on Santorini can acquire, this has fine structure to support the fruit and a great finish. The clean, dry and serious finish is lovely. It seems elegant and a bit understate...
Price: $39.99

96 points Decanter: "Overlooking the Mediterranean, this 600ha estate in Bandol houses 22ha of vineyards surrounded by forests and olive groves at about 400m above sea level. With a mixture of poor clay and limestone soils, the cooling influence of the sea and the powerful Mistral wind, the grapes enjoy perfect conditions to ripen slowly in the often very warm climate of the region. Made from 90% Mourvèdre and 10% Grenache, this certified organic wine spends two months on the lees to enhance its viscosity and character. Unlike many rosés, this wine is ca...
Price: $34.99


98 points Wine Enthusiast: "A touch of savory yeast slowly emerges on the closed nose. The taut but concentrated palate then adds its yeasty, salty, crushed dandelion flavors to the picture. This is bright and fresh, wonderfully tight and concentrated, just waiting to unfold layer upon layer of salty umami pleasure. Slender, tight and full of promise, it ends on a flash of citrus. Drink 2025–2050. (AK)" (03/2021)
Price: $59.99

80% Pinot Noir and the rest Merlot and Cabernet Sauvginon. Dry, yeasty and super fun! *natural wine, no sulfur added*
Price: $27.99


90 points Jeb Dunnuck: "I loved the 2019 Riesling Double L Vineyard, which offers classic lychee, lime, and green apple notes in a balanced, vibrant, incredibly juicy style. It should evolve for 5-7 years or so." (01/2021) K&L Notes: Winemaker's Notes: "The Double L Vineyard is at the northern end of the Santa Lucia Highlands. Here the ultra-cool climate and porous, mountainside soils provide ideal conditions for growing world-class Riesling. Our Riesling grapes were foot stomped and left on the skins for 14 hours, then pressed. Freshness and bright fr...
Price: $22.95

90 points Vinous: "Le Temps des Cerises (or “Cherry Time!” as Jérôme jokes) is Domaine de la Noblaie’s everyday Chinon and represents half of their Cabernet Franc production. Bright ruby. Classic fresh and savory Chinon nose, delivering lots of black pepper, tomato and olive. On the palate, thought, it’s plush and fruity, with fleshy plum and ripe cherry, balanced by chalk and more black pepper. Aged five months in stainless steel. (JR)" (07/2020) K&L Notes: 92-94 Chris Kissack, Winedoctor.com: "Jérôme’s entry-level red cuvée comes from the majority o...
Price: $17.99

Is "Zin Gris" just a fancy way of saying, "white Zinfandel"? No, no, no, or not quite—when it comes to this legendary producer of Napa Valley Zinfandel, and one of the original founders of the Zin advocacy group, ZAP. Storybook Mountain crushes fully mature Zinfandel grapes from estate vineyards and slowly barrel ferments them to dryness under the cool conditions of their caves. Patterned after the rosé wines of the southern Rhone and Provence, this wine is deeply flavored with a rich core and good length. A kiss of oak adds a welcome complexity. It is b...
Price: $18.99


The Reserve d'O Blanc is a small one acre parcel on the domaine that is co-planted with Chenin Blanc, Roussanne and Grenache Blanc. The Chenin is not legally allowed in the Terrasses du Larzac appellation, so it is declassifed to the IGP Saint Guilhem le Desert. Another interesting thing about this parcel: it is co-harvested in one pass, pressed together and co-fermented. Elevage is in stainless steel tanks to preserve freshness in the wine. Wildly unique and super cool wine. *Biodynamic, Natural Wine*
Price: $24.99

From the stunning Keeler Estate in the Eola-Amity Hills. This vineyard that is Demeter certified is known to many as one of the epicenters of natural wine growing in the Willamette Valley. *Biodynamic*
Price: $16.95

Goga Tevzadze uses traditional Georgian wine practices to make his wines. All low intervention, he uses native yeasts for fermentation, macerates the whites for 4 to 6 weeks on their skins in Qvevri and uses minimal SO2. These are gentler, yet textured Georgian wines with great complexity reflecting Goga's non-interventionist style. *Orange Wine* *Natural Wine*
Price: $24.99

Winery Note: "90 year old vines from organically farmed Shergill Vineyard. Carbonic Maceration of 100% whole cluster fruit for 8 days in concrete. Grapes were pressed and transferred to stainless steel tanks for 12 days. Natural yeast fermentation. When fermentation was finished the wines were transferred to 9 year old French oak barrels. Bottled after 10 months in old wood barrels.
Price: $21.95

80% Malvazija and the rest Friulano and Pinot Blanc. *Natural Wine, No Sulfur Added*
Price: $27.99

96 points Decanter: "Clos Michet is the smaller of two adjacent clos that the Domaine de la Taille aux Loups owns in the commune of Saint Martin le Beau. The larger is the 12ha Clos Mosny, which is entirely enclosed by a wall. The Clos Michet has sandy soil, faces southwest and west and the vines are at least 50 years old. The age of the barrels used are a quarter new, quarter one year, quarter two year and a quarter three years. Tasted in early February Clos Michet was richer than Rémus with thrilling tension between the fruit and acidity with a very lo...
Price: $29.99

The Bagnol Cassis Blanc comes from a property in southern France situated beneath a behemoth limestone outcropping called Cap Canaille, and it is just 200 meters from the Mediterranean. The vineyards are cooled by a trio of winds--the Tramontane, Mistral, and Gregal--plus sea breezes, and the wines, both a blanc and rosé, are reflective of all of these factors. A blend of Marsanne, Clairette, and Ugni Blanc, this dry, juicy wine tastes like white fruit and ocean spray, and it's the perfect match for bouillabaisse and other seafood dishes.
Price: $26.99

The Scavlos family have been growing vines on their six-hectare property since 1919. All their vines are old-vine, original rootstock bush vines. The Alchymiste is a blend of 50% Roditis, 20% Moscatela, 10% Vostilidi, 10% Robola and 10% Muscat. Vinification includes spontaneous yeast fermentation, minimal sulfuring, and the wines are bottled unfined and unfiltered. The vines are not irrigated and yields are naturally low. They are Demeter certified Biodynamic as of 2019. *Natural wine*
Price: $15.99

Before the Greeks, before the Romans, it was the Georgians who were making wine. Archeological evidence dates back 8,000 years and references to Georgian wines can be found in the writings of Homer and Apollonius, and even the Georgian alphabet seems to have its origins in the shapes made by the tendrils of grape vines. Pheasant's Tears is the joint effort of American John Wurdeman, Georgian Gela Patalishvili, and Swedes Erik Andermo, Jakob Mörndal, and Henrik Callerstrand. They work to preserve and promote this ancient cultural legacy. All of Pheasant's...
Price: $17.99

The estate at Château Gigognan has a history stretching back to Roman times, and eventually became the property of the bishops of Avignon. More recently, the estate was acquired by Anne and Jacques Callet, who over the last few decades completely rebuilt the winery, restoring the Château and replanting where necessary. Slowly they acquired additional parcels, and now the domaine includes 30 hectares in Châteauneuf-du-Pape, In 2012, consulting winemaker Philippe Cambie helped out, and in 2017 the property was bought by Jean-Francois Henin, and famed wine...
Price: $19.99

93 points Jeb Dunnuck: "Based on 70% Roussanne and 30% Bourboulenc coming from the Les Bosquets and Les Esqueirons lieux-dits, the 2019 Châteauneuf Du Pape Blanc from Marcoux is a beautiful wine that gives up loads of honeyed stone fruits, crushed citrus, spice, and honeysuckle notes to go with a more medium-bodied, beautifully textured style on the palate. With the vintage’s fresh and elegant style, it’s ideal for drinking any time over the coming 3-5 years." (10/2020) K&L Notes: Marcoux is one of the benchmark producers in the appellation of Chateaun...
Price: $59.99

2019 Château Saint Jacques d'Albas "La Chapelle en Rose" Minervois Rosé (Previously $17) (Previously $17)
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Situated to the east of the walled city of Carcassonne and in the shadow of the Montagne Noire (Black Mountains) lies Minervois. The village of Laure-Minervois is home to Château Saint Jacques d'Albas, a 90-hectare hillside estate. Some 26 hectares of the estate are planted to vines, with the rest composed of forests and creeks acting as a natural barrier to their neighbors. At the winery, a small team, led by owner Graham Nutter, crafts superb reds, whites and rosés, all of which are farmed organically. The "La Chapelle en Rose" is a blend of 50% direct...
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Importer's Notes: Domaine Tessier was founded in 1961 by Roger Tessier, with his son Philippe taking the reins 20 years later in 1981. They are located in the heart of the Cheverny and Cour-Cheverny AOC’s and currently have 23 ha of vines. The vineyard exists in a microclimate that keeps the vineyards cool, situated between the Loire River and the forest of Cheverny, Chambord and Solonge and has been Ecocert certified since 1998. Philippe believes that a wine should be the expression of the place from which it comes and should reflect the climatic condi...
Price: $24.99

Before the Greeks, before the Romans, it was the Georgians who were making wine. Archeological evidence dates back 8,000 years and references to Georgian wines can be found in the writings of Homer and Apollonius, and even the Georgian alphabet seems to have its origins in the shapes made by the tendrils of grape vines. Pheasant's Tears is the joint effort of American John Wurdeman, Georgian Gela Patalishvili, and Swedes Erik Andermo, Jakob Mörndal, and Henrik Callerstrand. They work to preserve and promote this ancient cultural legacy. All of Pheasant's...
Price: $17.99

Importer's Notes: Domaine Tessier was founded in 1961 by Roger Tessier, with his son Philippe taking the reins 20 years later in 1981. They are located in the heart of the Cheverny and Cour-Cheverny AOC’s and currently have 23 ha of vines. The vineyard exists in a microclimate that keeps the vineyards cool, situated between the Loire River and the forest of Cheverny, Chambord and Solonge and has been Ecocert certified since 1998. Philippe believes that a wine should be the expression of the place from which it comes and should reflect the climatic condi...
Price: $24.99

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 also added 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 Fr...
Price: $39.99


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