Autumn is in full swing and these are just a few featured wines from our extensive portfolio that we think are the perfect companion for fall harvest.
- Château De Rouanne, Brut Nature Rosé Wine
Clean, invigorating notes of silex on the nose showcase the limestone soils of the Rouanne vineyard. The aromas and flavors develop as the wines opens to reveal wild strawberry and fresh thyme – a complex and flavorful sparkling rosé.
- Domaine Dupeuble, Beaujolais
The Dupeuble Beaujolais towers majestically over every other red on the market today yet retains the quaffable ‘légèreté’ we demand from this monumental appellation. At the same time, how can one ignore its eyeball-riveting color, its super concentrated body engorged with blackberries, blueberries, raspberries, olallieberries, boysenberries, cinnamon, cherry pit, violets, petunias, red currants, black currants and graham crackers? There is there, one might say, there. Multi-layered layers of sublime simplicity, a blood-boiling aftertaste, this is a palate hummer.
- Bodegas Torremoron, Ribera del Duero Tempranillo
Fresh black and blue fruit aromas are lifted and sharpened by a peppey note and a suggestion of smoky minerals. Vibrant and focused on the palate, offering intense boysenberry and cassis flavos that put on weight with aeration. Seamless and expressive, with no rough edges and a long, gently tannic finish that echoes the blueberry note.
- Domaine De Saint Cosme, Principauté d’Orange Les Deux Albion
Les Deux Albions Blanc shows the salty minerality typical of limestone terroir with notes of dried apricots and white flowers. The plantings near Violès include Bourboulenc, Marsanne, Viognier, Picpoul, Clairette, and Ugni Blanc, and all varieties will be included in future bottlings.
- Poggio Scalette, Chianti Classico
A wine which is the maximum expression of its territory and of the grape varieties which compose its blend: first and foremost the Sangiovese of Ruffoli, the magic Chianti Classico hillside in Greve in Chianti. Its forte is the freshness of its aromas and the sheer drinking pleasure which it offers.
- J. Lohr Vineyards & Wines, Chardonnay Arroyo Vista Arroyo Seco
Light straw in color, this 2017 Arroyo Vista Chardonnay exhibits intriguing aromas of Meyer lemon cream, yellow flowers, baked pear, crème brûlée and toasted hazelnuts. The rich palate texture is derived from the use of classic Burgundian techniques, such as primary and malolactic fermentation in French oak barrels and weekly stirring of the lees during aging. The texture is balanced by fresh flavors of apple, pear, and citrus, with a long, sweet oak finish.
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