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1er Cru Fourneaux 2014 (#50-15)
$0.00

This subtle and fine wine expresses a very aromatic bouquet. We can notice notes of white flowers, such as acacia and rose petals, along with a discreet vanilla aroma. It is a very round in mouth, with a hint of acidity that allows it to keep its minerality.

Grapes: 100% Chardonnay

Paring: slightly spicy dish or a white meat with sauce, such as Bresse poultry with morels, or even with scallops in saffron sauce.

Region: Burgundy Vineyard:  Louis Moreau
Banneret Blanc CdP '15 (#2-19)
$0.00

This is a very small production of 1200 bottles and allocated to select importers.

Grapes: 40% Grenache blanc, 40% Clairette, 10%Picardan, 5% Roussane & 5%Bourboulenc

Region: Rhone Valley Vineyard:  Domaine du Banneret
Bichon Cassignols Blanc 2015 (#32-22)
$17.00

A round and silky wine with great fruit and lively acidity.  Sauvignon Blanc brings freshness and vivacity and sémillon gives plumpness.  Aged 9 months in barrels to add subtlety and longevity.  

Grapes:  60% Sémillon, 40% Sauvignon Blanc

Region: Bordeaux Vineyard:  Château Bichon Cassignols
Brunet Cuvée du Paradis 1990 (#4-9)
$76.70

The vines are 40 years old and the grapes are hand picked.  The soil is of siliceous-clay & chalky.  This wine has the bouquet prunes, almond paste & quince.  The flavors are of fruit jelly, almond paste, quince,mandarin, apricot, flower of the locust tree.

Grape: White Chenin

Pairings: Apéritif, strong cheeses, desserts

Region: Loire Valley Vineyard:  Domaine Nicolas Brunet
Brunet Vouvray Sec '10 (#4-7)
$17.95

This wine has a bouquet of vinous, apple and smoke.  The flavors are of almond & apple.  The vines are 40 years old and the grapes are hand picked.

Grape: White Chenin

Pairings: Seafoods, fish in sauce & cheeses

Region: Loire Valley Vineyard:  Domaine Nicolas Brunet
Canorgue AOC Blanc 2015 (#7-53)
$16.00

Chateau la Canorgue Blanc is nicely balanced and a well-structured wine. Flavors of white peaches, minerality, pineapple and other citrus fruits. Nicely balanced, it is a complex and well-structured wine.  Produced organically, no chemical products are used and natural insecticides employed.  

Grapes: Roussanne, Marsanne, Clairette and Grenache 

Region: Provence Vineyard:  Chateau La Canorgue
Congy Cuvée les Galfins Pouilly Fumé 2015 (#31-7)
$20.00

A delightfully different expression of the Sauvignon Blanc grape.  As compared with the minerality of the Sancerre and Menetou-Salon wines, the Pouilly-Fumé offers a pronounced declaration of fruit and flowers on the nose and, in the mouth, notes of ruby red grapefruit, lemon, papaya and kiwi.  There is a dry touch of slate on the lengthy finish.

Grapes:  100% Sauvignon Blanc

Pairings: Raw or grilled fish or seafood, Fish with sauce, White meat, Cheese, Seafood

Region: Loire Valley Vineyard:  Domaine de Congy
Domaine Mucyn St. Joseph Blanc '13 (#22-12)
$26.50

Made entirely of Roussanne, the vines are on a hillside in the north of the appellation. Fermented at low temperatures to preserve its liveliness and fruit, 20% is vinified in barrel. The wine is left to mature on the lees for nine months in casks that are an average four years old.

Grapes:  100% Roussanne

Pairings:  As an aperitif or with grilled fish, truffled ravioli and goat cheeses of all types.

Region: Rhone Valley Vineyard:  Domaine Mucyn
Franck Millet Sancerre 2015 Blanc 375ml (#23-25)
$13.00

A powerful nose with aromatic qualities that are very representative of the limestone-clay soil found in the village of Bué. The wine has good acidity from the young vintage while at the same time displaying a surprising suppleness and roundness. This wine has a very long finish. 

Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc

Region: Loire Valley Vineyard:  Domaine Franck Millet
Franck Millet Sancerre Blanc 2015 (#23-27)
$21.00

A powerful nose with aromatic qualities that are very representative of the limestone-clay soil found in the village of Bué. The wine has good acidity from the young vintage while at the same time displaying a surprising suppleness and roundness. This wine has a very long finish. 

Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc

Pairings: White fish with a citrus sauce, lobster, scallops, white meats

Region: Loire Valley Vineyard:  Domaine Franck Millet
Franck Millet Sancerre 'Insolite' 2015 (#23-28)
$34.50

The Insolite is the reserve cuvée, made from Millet's chalkiest limestone soils. There is a long maceration at very low temperatures to extract as much flavor and terroir as possible. The resulting wine is charged with mineral and stony flavors, is very intense and full of bright citrus notes and, because of the amazingly warm and ripe vintage, it is quite soft, with layers of rich fruit.

Grapes: Sauvignon Blanc

Pairings: White fish with a citrus sauce, lobster, scallops, white meats 

Region: Loire Valley Vineyard:  Domaine Franck Millet
Gueissard Cuvée G Blanc 2015 (#43-15)
$15.25

Beautiful, shining, golden white colors. The nose reveals delicate white flower aromas and fruity notes of apricot. Delicious in the mouth, with rich and persistent flavors.

Grapes: Rolle (75%), Clairette (15%), Ugni Blanc (10%)

Pairings: An aperitif, seafood dishes; eggplant confit with fresh goat cheese; grilled sea bass with fennel. 


Region: Provence Vineyard:  Domaine Gueissard
Les Belmonts Beaujolais Blanc 2015 (#52-9)
$0.00

Born from the Chardonnay grape, this wine is the "white pearl" of the Beaujolais. It has a subtle perfume of white flowers, acacia, hawthorn, lime blossom with intense lemony overtones.

Grapes: 100% Chardonnay

Region: Beaujolais Vineyard:  Héritiers Jean Loron
Masquin Montplaisir CNDP Blanc 2014 (#27-18)
$35.00

Made from grapes grown on only about 3 acres of land, the wine is 70% Grenache Blanc and 30% Bourboulenc.  Its color is of a pale straw with aromas of white peaches, apples, yellow plums and a touch of mint.  In the mouth it is rich, round and fresh with a long finish.

Grapes:  70% Grenache Blanc, 30% Bourboulenc

Pairings:  Seafood, white meats or as an aperitif 

Region: Rhone Valley Vineyard:  Domaine Julien Masquin
Montrose Chardonnay '16 (#33-9)
$0.00
Yellow in color with green glints. Nose of fresh fruits. Notes of citrus and white peach. An elegant wine combining roundness and freshness. Drink young.
Pairing:  Chilled on its own or with shellfish, fish, white meat, hard cheeses.
Region: Languedoc Vineyard:  Domaine Montrose
Montrose Viognier '16 (#33-8)
$0.00

Grapes are destemmed before a skin contact or a direct pressing. Fermentation temperature is maintained between 59°F to 64°F to retain fruits aromas. Light yellow color with green glints. Nose of exotic fruits, mango, cut hay. Enjoy chilled on its own or with fish, shellfish, Asian and Indian food, cheeses.

Grapes:  100% Viognier

Region: Languedoc Vineyard:  Domaine Montrose
Moreau 1er Cru Vaillons 2014 (#50-14)
$34.75

This Premier Cru wines are very generous, fleshy, and lively. Its very poor terroir composed by clay and calcareous marls reveals its minerality and vivacity, so typical from the Chablis appellation, offset by an aromas concentration due to the old vines that give to the wines roundness and richness.

Grape: Chardonnay 100%

Pairings: Grilled lobster with a white butter sauce or a risotto with Burgundy truffles.

Region: Burgundy Vineyard:  Louis Moreau
Moreau Chablis 2014 (#50-9)
$21.00

This Chablis shows a nice brilliant golden color, while its nose is floral with a hint of white fruit (apple, pear). According to the vintage, its gustatory attack can express mineral and citrus notes, balanced by its roundness and fineness.

Grape: Chardonnay 100%

Pairings: As an aperitif or with oysters or smoked salmon.

Region: Burgundy Vineyard:  Louis Moreau
Père Caboche Le Petit Caboche Blanc 2015 (#21-37)
$12.50

A fresh and lively Sauvignon Blanc from the Rhône Valley.   Pale in color with hints of green and gold.  The nose gives hints of apricot and orange flowers with an easy to define minerality.  Very smooth in the mouth with a note of lemon on the finish. 6000 bottles produced from one parcel of 40 year old vines.  

Grapes:  100% Sauvignon Blanc

Region: Rhone Valley Vineyard:  Domaine du Père Caboche
Rives-Blanques Blanquette de Limoux Sparkling 2014 (#35-23)
$17.50
The world's oldest sparkler is still made to this very day only in Limoux, under the strictest AOP rules. It has the lowest permitted maximum yield of any sparkling wine in Frane, and is made exclusively from hand-harvested grapes. Whole, unblemished grapes are pressed within two hours of harvesting. Each grape variety is vinified separately and fermented at 14 °C. in stainless steel vats with a second fermentation in the bottle. Yield: 45 hl/ha.
Grapes: 90% Mauzac, 10% Chardonnay/Chenin blanc
Pairings: At any time with any food!
Region: Languedoc Vineyard:  Château Rives-Blanques
Rives-Blanques Dédicace Blanc 2014 (#35-20)
$17.50
An exceptional wine especially in a region not known for its chenin blanc. Dédicace has been made with great dedication from 35 year old vines: it is a "modern style of wine", made with all the care and experience that is rooted deep in tradition.  Possibly the only chenin blanc with appellation status in the whole of the South of France, it has distinguished itself as one of the most interesting white wines of the region.  Whole, unblemished grapes harvested by hand and then individually sorted again by hand before pressing; pressed within two hours of harvesting. Fermented and matured for six months in 8% new French oak barrels. Yield: 40 hl/ha.
Grapes: 100% Chenin Blanc
Pairings: White meats, hot or cold, seafood or simply as an aperitif
Region: Languedoc Vineyard:  Château Rives-Blanques
Rives-Blanques Lagremas d’Aur 2006 (#35-13) Dessert Wine
$27.00

Lagremas d'Aur means 'Tears of Gold' in Occitan, the ancient language of Languedoc.  This is the sweetie from Rives-Blanques - the truly deliciously delectable "curiosity" of our range. Made from chenin blanc harvested in October 2006, and mauzac harvested in November 2006, the grapes were picked at exactly the point where their naturally concentrated sugars were perfectly balanced by natural freshness. 

Because the Limoux appellation does not allow for naturally sweet wines made from these grape varieties, “Lagremas d'Aur" has to be labelled as a “Vin de France”, the lowest category in the pecking order of French wines. It was fermented and aged for three years in seasoned French oak barrels, and then aged another year in the bottle.

Grapes: Late Harvest Chein Blanc

Pairings: Delicious with cheese, fruit pies, foie gras and elaborate lobster and duck dishes ... or just on its own.

Region: Languedoc Vineyard:  Château Rives-Blanques
Rives-Blanques Le Limoux 2014 (#35-19)
$18.00

The Le Limoux is the classic Limoux blend of Chardonnay, Chenin Blanc and Mauzac.  This wine expresses hints of apple, pear, peach, citrus, and possibly a bit of banana.  Picked and sorted by hand this wine is fermented in oak barrels.  

Grapes: 40% Chardonnay, 40% Chenin Blanc, 20% Mauzac

Region: Languedoc Vineyard:  Château Rives-Blanques
Rives-Blanques Occitania Blanc 2015 (#35-25)
$17.00
Made from 100% Mauzac, a grape grown in this region dating back to the Renaissance, the harvest is pressed within two hours of picking. The wine is matured for six months in seasoned French oak barrels.  Awarded 4 stars by the British magazine Decanter, Occitania has been rated one of the top wines in France for each of the last four years.
Grapes:  100% Mauzac
Pairings:  As an aperitif with goat cheese, with grilled fish or shrimp.
Region: Languedoc Vineyard:  Château Rives-Blanques
Rives-Blanques Trilogie 2014 (#35-21)
$0.00

Elegant, complex, intellectually challenging and sophisticated, yet startlingly simple in its clarity.  Every year presents a new challenge, the aim being to get the best out of each vintage.  Yield between 35-45 hl/ha. Each grape variety vinified separately. Grapes picked and twice-sorted by hand, pressed within two hours of harvesting. Fermented and aged in French oak barrels for six months.

Grapes:  50% Mauzac, 25% Chardonnay, 25% Chenin Blanc

Pairings:  White meats, hot or cold, seafood or simply as an aperitif

Region: Languedoc Vineyard:  Château Rives-Blanques
Romanin Pouilly Fuissè Lamure 2014 (#48-7)
$25.80

Gold yellow colour. Very fragrant nose : fruity, floral with a delicate woody touch. The palate displays abundant citrus flavours with hints of grapefruit enriched with nutty, vanillin oackcharacters produced from barrel fermentations. Malolactic fermentation produces the wonderful, soft, creamy an butter mouth fell which enhances the balance and complexity of the wine. Rich, rond, fruity and full bodied attack. Very good lengh, characteristic of great wines. Ageing potential : between 10 and 15 years.

Grape: 100% Chardonnay

Region: Pouilly Fuissé Vineyard:  Domaine Romanin
Valentines Côtes de Provence 2016 Blanc (#16-45)
$22.00

Pale yellow in color with hints of green, the nose is complex and full of white flowers and hazelnut. In the mouth are flavors of citrus fruits, kiwi and other exotic fruits. It has a long and fresh finish with the capability of aging for 3-5 years.

Grapes: 50% Ugni Blanc, 25% Rolle (Vermentino), 25% Clairette

Pairings: Beautiful with white fish, chicken, turkey

Region: Provence Vineyard:  Chateau Les Valentines
Voirin-Jumel Brut Zero (#13-12)
$0.00

The wine has not had any addition of sugar.

The dosage is the last touch brought to the wine before the final closure of the bottle. It corresponds to the addition of a small amount of liquor - composed of cane sugar dissolved in reserve wine.

Region: Champagne Vineyard:  Voirin-Jumel Champagne
Voirin-Jumel Cuvee 555 (#13-5)
$54.00

The long contact between the wine and the oak of the barrel gives the Cuvée 555 its woody taste, aromas of spiced bread and candied fruits. Delicately perfumed to be savored slowly with a truffled foie gras.  A flavor of butterscotch on the finish.

Grapes: 100% Chardonnay

Pairings: Truffled foie gras, lobster, fish

Region: Champagne Vineyard:  Voirin-Jumel Champagne
Voirin-Jumel Grand Cru Blanc de Blancs 1500ml Magnum (#13-7)
$86.00

A very dry, 100% Chardonnay from the village of Cramant, just south of Epernay, in the Cotes des Blancs.  Floral characteristics with excellent minerality. 

Grapes: 100% Chardonnay

Pairings:  A very light aperitif or outstanding as a dinner wine with lobster and fish dishes.

Region: Champagne Vineyard:  Voirin-Jumel Champagne
Voirin-Jumel Grand Cru Blanc du Blancs (#13-1)
$41.50

A very dry, 100% Chardonnay from the village of Cramant, just south of Epernay, in the Cotes des Blancs.  Floral characteristics with excellent minerality. 

Grapes: 100% Chardonnay

Pairings:  A very light aperitif or outstanding as a dinner wine with lobster and fish dishes.

Region: Champagne Vineyard:  Voirin-Jumel Champagne
Voirin-Jumel Grand Cru Blanc du Blancs Millésimé 2002 (#13-10)
$130.00

The 2002 harvest proved especially good for Chardonnay.  This Grand Cru Blanc du Blanc Champagne is very dry, 100% Chardonnay from the village of Cramant, just south of Epernay, in the Cotes des Blancs.  Floral characteristics with excellent minerality. 

Grapes: 100% Chardonnay

Pairings: Outstanding as a dinner wine with lobster and fish dishes.

Region: Champagne Vineyard:  Voirin-Jumel Champagne
Voirin-Jumel Grand Cru Blanc du Blancs Millésimé 2009 (#13-13)
$0.00

The 2009 harvest proved especially good for Chardonnay.  This Grand Cru Blanc du Blanc Champagne is very dry, 100% Chardonnay from the village of Cramant, just south of Epernay, in the Cotes des Blancs.  Floral characteristics with excellent minerality. 

Grapes: 100% Chardonnay


Region: Champagne Vineyard:  Voirin-Jumel Champagne
Voirin-Jumel Grand Cru Blanc du Blancs NV 375ml (#13-4)
$26.00

A very dry, 100% Chardonnay from the village of Cramant, just south of Epernay, in the Cotes des Blancs.  Floral characteristics with excellent minerality, it is a very light aperitif or outstanding as a dinner wine with fish dishes.

Grapes: 100% Chardonnay

Pairings:  A very light aperitif or outstanding as a dinner wine with lobster and fish dishes.

Region: Champagne Vineyard:  Voirin-Jumel Champagne
Vordy-Mayrannes 'Les Pegounels' White 2015 (#18-39)
$12.50

The Domaine Vordy-Mayrannes ‘Les Pégounels’ is a light, refreshing, crisp white wine with flavors of apple cider, cinnamon, spices and a touch of grapefruit on the finish. This wine pairs beautifully with white fish.

Grapes: Roussanne, Grenache Blanc

Region: Languedoc Vineyard:  Domaine Vordy
Vordy-Mayrannes Muscat '14 (#18-37) Dessert Wine
$17.00

Made from Petit Grains Muscat, this is a delightfully sweet wine without being overpowering.  An excellent dessert wine.

Region: Languedoc Vineyard:  Domaine Vordy
Vouvray Brut Sparkling 2014 (#4-12)
$0.00

Hand-picked 30 year old vines planted in siliceous-clay and chalky soil. Vinification in small stainless steel vats to preserve minerality. “Méthode Traditionelle” with NO “liqueur de dozage” added - as dry as it gets!

 Total production of 15,000 bottles.

Grape: 100% Chenin Blanc

Region: Loire Valley Vineyard:  Domaine Nicolas Brunet
On Order L'OR des Pierres 2015 (20-25)
$24.30

Aerial, bright and complex nose. The fresh and intense mouth reveals a delicious grapefruit crunch, white fruit and wild peach. Long aromatic persistence with silky citrus and white flower notes.  Serve chilled. Ready to drink now and within the next three years.

Grapes: 90% Rolle (Vermentino) and 10% Uni blanc



Region: Provence Vineyard:  Chateau Margüi
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