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Mary TaylorAnjou Blanc (Pascal Biotteau)
Chenin Blanc from Loire, France
This extremely conscientious farm in the Coteaux de L’Aubance, within the Anjou-Villages, is run by the Biotteau family. This is the fourth generation of Biotteau to make wine here, so they are careful to respect the land.  This gorgeously subtle Chenin Blanc comes from the village of Saint-Jean-de...
Sustainable
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Mary TaylorAnjou Blanc (Pascal Biotteau)
Chenin Blanc from Loire, France
This extremely conscientious farm in the Coteaux de L’Aubance, within the Anjou-Villages, is run by the Biotteau family. This is the fourth generation of Biotteau to make wine here, so they are careful to respect the land.  This gorgeously subtle Chenin Blanc comes from the village of Saint-Jean-de...
Sustainable
DB3235-20
Mary TaylorAnjou Rouge (Pascal Biotteau)
from Loire, France
A blend of 80% Cabernet Franc and 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, from 25-30 year old vines in area of the Anjou-Villages that falls on a geological fault-line. Half of the vineyards are grown in slate soils, the other half is grown in tuffeau (chalky limestone in the Paris basin).  The wine is made using...
Sustainable
DB3236-19
Mary TaylorBeaujolais-Villages (Marine Descombes)
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
A textbook blue stone Brouilly style Beaujolais-Villages. Beautiful purity of gamay noir fruit meets cement ageing, showcasing the unique expression of Beaujolais.
Sustainable
DB3245-18
Mary TaylorBordeaux Blanc (Jean Marc Barthez)
from Bordeaux, France
From artisan winemaker Jean Marc Barthez, who serves as president of a small co-operative winery in the ancient village of Monségur, this cuvée will overturn everything you’ve come to expect from the usual lineup of “varietal” Sauvignon Blanc. A blend of 95% Sauvignon Blanc and 5% Semillon...
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Mary TaylorBordeaux Blanc (Jean Marc Barthez)
from Bordeaux, France
From artisan winemaker Jean Marc Barthez, who serves as president of a small co-operative winery in the ancient village of Monségur, this cuvée will overturn everything you’ve come to expect from the usual lineup of “varietal” Sauvignon Blanc. A blend of 95% Sauvignon Blanc and 5% Semillon...
Sustainable
DB3233-20
Mary TaylorBordeaux Rouge (Jean Marc Barthez)
from Bordeaux, France
A signature blend of 50% Merlot, with equal parts Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon. It's wonderful “drinkability” is highlighted by the absence of oak during the aging process, which allows a bursting acidity and graphite minerality (imagine the lead of fresh pencil shavings) to shine through...
Sustainable
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Mary TaylorBuzet (Christophe Avi)
from , France
The Domaine du Bois de Simon celebrated its 90th birthday in 2019. Christophe Avi, great-grandson of the founder, joined the estate in 1992.  The domain covers 33 hectares (81.5 acres) of vines and produces 35 000 bottles of red, white and rosé wines each year under two Southwest France...
Sustainable
DB3243-16
Mary TaylorCahors (Odile Delpon)
Malbec from Southwest, France
Odile Delpon inherited the family vineyards, tobacco farm, and saffron plantation in Albas in 1968. She developed the winery with her husband Claude, until their son Didier Pelvillain took over a few decades ago. Soils here are clay and limestone. Didier farms at the highest level of sustainability...
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Mary TaylorCostières de Nîmes (Pierre Vidal)
from Rhône, France
The Costières de Nîmes is a sub-region at the southernmost edge of the Rhône valley; it has a multitude of geographies and the flinty pebbles (called grès) that litter Pierre’s organic vineyards give his wines all the juiciness of Côtes du Rhône with a wild, almost rustic streak.  A typical blend...
Organic
DB3244-18
Mary TaylorDão Branco (Lucia Ferreira)
from Dão, Portugal
Quinta do Covão has belonged to the Gomes Ferreira family since the seventies. Located in Sandomil, Seia, near the Serra da Estrela mountain, Quinta do Covão has an ideal climate for growing grapes with high acidity and making wines that can be cellared. Lúcia Ferreira, sister to our Douro...
Sustainable
DB3246-18
Mary TaylorDouro (Filipe Ferreira)
from Douro, Portugal
Quinta da Foz is located at the junction of the Douro River and its tributary, the Pinhão, in the Cima Corgo subregion. The Calém family acquired it in 1872, and today Filipe Ferreira is in charge of winemaking. A small, 20 hectare property, everything is hand harvested. All of the wines are foot...
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DB3237-19
Mary TaylorDouro (Filipe Ferreira)
from Douro, Portugal
Quinta da Foz is located at the junction of the Douro River and its tributary, the Pinhão, in the Cima Corgo subregion. The Calém family acquired it in 1872, and today Filipe Ferreira is in charge of winemaking. A small, 20 hectare property, everything is hand harvested. All of the wines are foot...
Sustainable
DB3237-16
Mary TaylorGaillac Perlé (Nathalie Larroque)
from Southwest, France
Nathalie Larroque and her family live at the farm known as Mas d’Oustry, built in 1498. This blanc "Perlé" is made from 80% Mauzac and 20% Muscadelle – two grapes typical to the Southwest of France. The word “Perlé” indicates a slight prickle – tiny bubbles in the wine. Pairs gloriously with rich...
Sustainable
DB3247-19
Mary TaylorMT2 - Agenais Rosé (Christophe Avi)
from Southwest, France
A blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Cabernet Franc, both indigenous to the region. Vines are planted near the Garonne river, where soils range from sandy riverbed to limestone hills in the north. Sustainable

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Mary TaylorMT2 - Castilla y León (Pedro Gonzalez Mittelbrun)
Prieto Picudo from Castilla y León, Spain
100% Prieto Picudo, a native varietal of the region that winemaker Pedro Mittelbrunn has been intrumental in reviving. The vineyards are called ‘El Paramo’ and are found in the northern part of the Duero River basin.

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Mary TaylorMT2 - Castilla y León (Pedro Gonzalez Mittelbrun)
Prieto Picudo from Castilla y León, Spain
100% Prieto Picudo, a native varietal of the region that winemaker Pedro Mittelbrunn has been intrumental in reviving. The vineyards are called ‘El Paramo’ and are found in the northern part of the Duero River basin.

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Mary TaylorMT2 - Côtes de Gascogne (Olivier Gessler)
from Southwest, France
From a four-generation family of winemakers, the domaine is settled deep in the Bas-Armagnac, where the soil is a mix of red sable clay and sand. A blend of 50% Colombard, 20% Ugni Blanc, 20% Gros Manseng, and 10% Sauvignon Blanc. Colombard is the offspring of Chenin Blanc and Gouais Blanc.
Sustainable
DB3230-20
Mary TaylorMT2 - Côtes de Gascogne (Olivier Gessler)
from Southwest, France
From a four-generation family of winemakers, the domaine is settled deep in the Bas-Armagnac, where the soil is a mix of red sable clay and sand. A blend of 50% Colombard, 20% Ugni Blanc, 20% Gros Manseng, and 10% Sauvignon Blanc. Colombard is the offspring of Chenin Blanc and Gouais Blanc.
Sustainable
DB3230-19
Mary TaylorNavarra (Maria Cruz Garcia)
Tempranillo from Navarra, Spain
Maria Cruz Garcia and her husband, Carlos Aliaga, have run the viticulture and vinification at this independent 80 hectare farm in the Ribera Baja since 1999. There is a lot of pride here in working “the old way” meaning low sulphites and indigenous yeasts. 100% Tempranillo, from vines averaging 50...
Sustainable
DB3239-19
Mary TaylorSaint Pourçain Rosé (Sylvain Miniot)
Gamay from Loire, France
Saint-Pourçain is nestled in Auvergne, one of France’s oldest wine regions. Terroirs range from chalky clay slopes of the Sioule River to high sandy gravel alluvial terraces overlooking the Allier River and granite soils in the western vineyards. Sylvain Miniot is an integral part of Saint-Pourçain...

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Mary TaylorSaint Pourçain Rosé (Sylvain Miniot)
Gamay from Loire, France
Saint-Pourçain is nestled in Auvergne, one of France’s oldest wine regions. Terroirs range from chalky clay slopes of the Sioule to high sandy gravel alluvial terraces overlooking the Allier and granite soils in the western vineyards. Sylvain’s rosé is a pure 100% Gamay delight, an easily...

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Mary TaylorSicilia Bianco (Clara Sala)
Grillo from Sicily, Italy
Two sisters, Clara and Anna Maria Sala, own this organic farm in Mazara del Vallo, comprising of 115 hectares and surrounded by a bird sanctuary. The property was a split-off from the old Cantine Pellegrino and is now all women-owned. Grapes for this 100% Grillo are grown in a single-hectare parcel...
Organic
DB3241-19
Mary TaylorSicilia Bianco (Clara Sala)
Grillo from Sicily, Italy
Two sisters, Clara and Anna Maria Sala, own this organic farm in Mazara del Vallo, comprising of 115 hectares and surrounded by a bird sanctuary. The property was a split-off from the old Cantine Pellegrino and is now all women-owned. Grapes for this 100% Grillo are grown in a single-hectare parcel...
Organic
DB3241-20
Mary TaylorSicilia Rosso (AnnaMaria Sala)
Nero d'Avola from Sicily, Italy
Again from the Contrada San Nicola vineyard, outside the village of Mazara del Vallo in western Sicily, we find Nero d’Avola vines tended to by the ever thoughtful Sala sisters. The vines are just 15 years old on average but the wine is ever complex. While some Nero d’Avola wines can be on the...
Organic
DB3242-19
Mary TaylorSicilia Rosso (AnnaMaria Sala)
Nero d'Avola from Sicily, Italy
Again from the Contrada San Nicola vineyard, outside the village of Mazara del Vallo in western Sicily, we find Nero d’Avola vines tended to by the ever thoughtful Sala sisters. The vines are just 15 years old on average but the wine is ever complex. While some Nero d’Avola wines can be on the...
Organic
DB3242-20
Mary TaylorValençay (Sophie Siadou)
from Loire, France
Originally founded in 1960, Domaine Jourdain has been run since 1990 by Sophie Siadou and her partner Francis Jourdain. Together, they sustainably farm approximately thirty hectares of vines. Reflecting her holistic approach to the ecosystem of the vineyard and her careful attention to the nuances...

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Mary TaylorValençay (Sophie Siadou)
from Loire, France
Originally founded in 1960, Domaine Jourdain has been run since 1990 by Sophie Siadou and her partner Francis Jourdain. Together, they sustainably farm approximately thirty hectares of vines, from which they craft their brilliant range of honest, regionally-expressive wines. Reflecting her holistic...

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