Our Portfolio

BellevueBordeaux
Merlot from Bordeaux, France
100% Merlot from 18-year-old vines. The vineyards are sustainably farmed and indigeonous yeasts are used for fermentation in stainless steel tanks. The wine is aged in French barrels for 8-10 months with a light filtration before bottling. 3000 cases are produced annually.
Sustainable
DB0854-16
Gravières de la BrandilleBordeaux Supérieur
Merlot from Bordeaux, France
65% Merlot, 20% Cabernet Sauvignon, 15% Cabernet Franc from 40+ year old vines planted in clay and gravel. Classically rendered, dusty, balanced, thoroughly delicious “baby claret.”

DB0958-16
PeybrunCadillac Côtes de Bordeaux
Merlot from Bordeaux, France
80% Merlot, 17% Cabernet Sauvignon, 3% Cabernet Franc. All of the grapes come from a single 5-hectare plot planted on south and south-west exposed slopes on limestone and chalky, clay soils. Fermented and aged in concrete tanks. Total production averages 500 cases per year.
Sustainable
DB6101-15
Andrew WillMerlot "Black Label" Champoux
Merlot from Washington, United States
Declassified fruit from Champoux, Ciel du Cheval, and Two Blondes Vineyards. 13 Months in barrel. 

DB5110-17
Rocher CorbinMontagne Saint-Emilion
Merlot from Bordeaux, France
85% Merlot 15% Cabernet Franc. Clay and limestone soil. 45-year-old vines on average, including 80 to 150 year-old, prephylloxera Merlot plots. Aged for 13 months in French oak barrels, 50% new.  
Organic
DB9759-15
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Pomerol
Merlot from Bordeaux, France

DB9761-09
ValoisPomerol
Merlot from Bordeaux, France
73% Merlot, 27% Cabernet Franc. Sandy, fine gravel and iron rich soil. Aged 13 months in French oak barrels without any rackings. Valois is located just near Cheval Blanc.  
Organic
DB9761-15
Château GuilhemPot de Vin
Merlot from Languedoc, France
In 2015, chateau owner Bertrand Gourdou was searching through an old desk when he came across a label that his grandfather had made in the early 1970's; that wine was called "Le pot-de-vin" which, in French, translates to "the bribe", which for that era was an audacious play on words for a wine...
Biodynamic
DB3128-19
Andrew WillRed Blend Champoux Vineyard Horse Heaven Hills
Merlot from Washington, United States
Champoux Vineyard, considered one of the best sites in Washington State, is located in the Horse Heaven Hills AVA. Horse Heaven Hills is a sub-AVA of the Columbia Valley AVA and the 7th officially certified appellation in Washington (2005). Most of the vineyards in Horse Heaven Hills benefit from a...
94+
DB5059-14
Andrew WillRed Blend Two Blondes Vineyard Yakima Valley
Merlot from Washington, United States
Two Blondes Vineyard is in Zillah, a western area of Yakima Valley AVA (Washington’s first AVA established in 1983), and is owned and farmed by Andrew Will. The 36-acre vineyard was planted in 2000 to Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Merlot, and Malbec. At 1150 feet in elevation, Two Blondes is...
94 WA
DB5057-14
RadikonRS (Rosso Sasa)
Merlot from Friuli, Italy
75% Merlot/25% Pignolo. The vines are planted on ponca, a compressed, flaky clay of marl and sandstone that is typical in this part of Friuli. They grow on a south-facing slope right by the winery; average around 30 years old; yield about 45 hl/ha; and are farmed organically and harvested by hand...
Organic
DB5781-18
Leydet-ValentinSaint-Emilion Grand Cru
Merlot from Bordeaux, France
Frederic Leydet's vines for this wine are just near the border of Cheval Blanc, sharing a similar soil distinguished by its iron content. The iron in the soil is particularly good for growing Cabernet Franc, and it's the reason the Leydet works with a rather high percentage of it in comparison to...

DB9760-15
Leydet-ValentinSaint-Emilion Grand Cru
Merlot from Bordeaux, France
Frederic Leydet's vines for this wine are just near the border of Cheval Blanc, sharing a similar soil distinguished by its iron content. The iron in the soil is particularly good for growing Cabernet Franc, and it's the reason the Leydet works with a rather high percentage of it in comparison to...
Organic
DB9760-16