Our Portfolio

ViñátigoAncestrale Tinto
Baboso from Canary Islands, Spain
50% Tintilla and 50% Baboso. Whole-cluster fermentation (including the stems) in open wooden vats with occasional punch-downs. Black fruited with incredible density of flavor, minerality and length. Limited.
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Anna's Pinot

Aragonez/Alicante Bouschet
Tempranillo from Alentejo, Portugal
70% Aragonez (the name for Tempranillo in this region) and 30% Alicante Bouschet.  Vines planted in 2002.  Tended in sandy and loam soil at 250m elevation. Quickly pressed after harvest, the the grapes go on a pre-fermentative “cold soak” for 3 days in order to conserve the fruit’s fresh flavor and...

Bera, Vittorio e FigliArcese Bianco
Arneis from Piedmont, Italy
Arneis/Cortese/Sauvignon Blanc plus Favorita and Vermentino. The name "Arcese" is a whimsical mash-up of the first letters of Arneis and Cortese, historically the base of this field-blend white.  Cortese and Arneis are well-known, classic Piemontese varieties, in Gavi and the Roero hills...
Jean CavéArmagnac VSOP
from Armagnac, France
Minimun age 4 years.  Mahogany color with copper highlights. Fresh fruits, candied citrus, spice and vanilla on the nose; flavors of prunes, plums, and orange peel linger on the finish.

Erstwhile MezcalArroqueño
Ensamble from Oaxaca, Mexico
Distilled by Juan Hernández Méndez; fermented naturally in open-top wood vats and distilled in a copper alembic still. Perfumed, with notes of exotic spice and burnt orange on the nose; lovely notes of green plantain and citrus on the palate. This is the most aromatic of the 7 distillations from...
Borja Perez ViticultorArtifice Listán Blanco
Listán Blanco from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Listán Blanco from old vines, fermented and aged in 500L French barrels from Burgundy; 7 months aging on the lees. No sulfur added until bottling.
Borja Perez ViticultorArtífice Tinto
Listán Negro from Canary Islands, Spain
Each parcel is vinified separately in steel and concrete and then aged together in a large French oak foudre and one very old French barrique. The photograph on the label is of Borja’s great-grandfather’s hands. 100% Listán Negro. Lightly clarified but not filtered before bottling.
Borja Perez ViticultorArtífice Vidueño (Blanco)
from Canary Islands, Spain
A blend of Marmajuelo, Listan Blanco, Albillo, Gual y Forastera from different parcels.They are vinified in 500L French oak barrels and then racked into a large foudre where the wine undergoes malolactic and rests for 11 months. The wine gets bottled and then ages another 8 months in vitro before...
White blend (mostly Chardonnay) from Burgenland, Austria
60% Chardonnay, 40% Welschriesling. Fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks for 11 months.   

MorisfarmsAvvoltore IGT
from Tuscany, Italy
Avvoltore is the company’s “flagship” wine. The grapes are collected from vineyards planted on the “Poggio dell’Avvoltore”  hill. Its clay- limestone soil produces a strong and powerful tannin, felt  when savouring the wine.  The first vintage was in 1988, and the blend has since undergone very few...
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MorisfarmsAvvoltore IGT
from Tuscany, Italy
Avvoltore is the company’s “flagship” wine. The grapes are collected from vineyards planted on the “Poggio dell’Avvoltore”  hill. Its clay- limestone soil produces a strong and powerful tannin, felt  when savouring the wine.  The first vintage was in 1988, and the blend has since undergone very few...
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NusserhofB..... (Blatterle)
Blatterle from Alto Adige, Italy
SOLD OUT. 100% Blatterle. This old indigenous variety goes back centuries in the Alto Adige but has shrunk down to a mere 1.5 hectares today. Nusserhof is one of only 3 growers of this rarity and the largest of them. The vines are trained in Guyot, rather than in the traditional pergola, which was...
Garage WineBagual Garnacha Field Blend (Lot #59)
Garnacha from Maule, Chile
One of the eleven wines they make from single parcels, Lot 59 is a blend of seven barrels of Garnacha and one barrel of Syrah from the Bagual vineyard in Caliboro in the Maule Valley. The soil in this parcel in the vineyard is alluvial with excellent drainage. The vineyard is farmed by hand and...
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TarlantBAM! Brut Nature (2009 base)
Pinot Blanc from Champagne, France
16% Pinot Blanc/16% Arbanne/68% Petit Meslier. "BAM!" is an acronym of these three relatively rare, low-yielding Champagne varieties. The vines are from a single estate site called Four à Chaux-Sablé in the Tarlant's home village of Oeuilly. They are planted on sandy limestone soils rich in silica...
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Mourvèdre from Provence, France
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Tour du BonBandol
Mourvèdre from Provence, France
Tour du Bon’s flagship wine, what Agnés calls “the blood of the earth" ; a blend of Mourvèdre, Grenache, Cinsault, and Carignan. Aged for 24 months in large foudres.  From Agnés Henry: "2014 was (like 2012 and  2013) a year with a good quantity of rain in winter and spring - so the vine was in good...
Tour du BonBandol "Rêvolution"
Mourvèdre from Provence, France
60% Mourvèdre, 30% Grenache, 10% Cinsault. The neame is a play on the words “Rêve” (dream) and “Révolution”. A cuvée designed to inspire: a baby Bandol, blended to be a little fruitier and less structured than the classic. 
Tour du BonBandol Rosé
Grenache from Provence, France
IN STOCK! 36% Mourvèdre 32% Cinsault 25% Grenache 7% Clairette. The soft, ochre-tinged color is highly evocative of the sun-soaked Provençal countryside. Full of fruit with a touch of spice and citrus peel— balanced and structured. A perennial favorite.  
Vivacity SpiritsBanker’s Gin
from Oregon, United States
Bankers’ dry gin creates interest the old fashioned way, by handcrafting a proprietary effusion of herbs. They then bond a cachet of botanicals, invest them with aroma, and endow them with a crisp citrusy flavor.  Proof that the tried and true can also be original and delightful.   
Nada, GiuseppeBarbaresco Casot
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
From the eponymous cru in the village of Treiso.  The 3 hectares of vines here are 35 years old, facing SW at 350m.   Spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel, with an extended maceration on the skins, 70 days; aged in 1000-3000L oak botti for 2 years, followed by an additional 4 months in...
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Nada, GiuseppeBarbaresco Riserva Marcarini
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
From a cooler, southeast-facing site on the other side of the hill from Casot. The wines are made the same way; spontaneous fermentation in stainless, with an extended maceration of 75 days. Aged in 1000-3000L oak botti for 4 years, followed by 6 months in bottle.

Boglietti, EnzoBarbera d'Alba
Barbera from Piedmont, Italy
From vineyards in La Morra, Roddino, and Sinio. Fermentation in stainless steel with 7 days maceration. Aged 9 months, partly in tank, partly in used barrels.  

SchiavenzaBarbera d’Alba “Affinato in Botte Grande”
Barbera from Piedmont, Italy
100% Barbera from vines located in Perno in the village of Monforte d'Alba, on the right slope in front of Castiglione Falletto. The vineyard sits at 350m with a western exposure; the soils are loamy and sandy, and the vines are planted at a high density (4,000 plants per hectare). The fruit was...

GagliardoBarbera d'Alba Superiore Madama
Barbera from Piedmont, Italy
100% Barbera from clay-based vineyards located in both the Langhe and Roero zones. All stainless steel fermented and aged, the wine is medium-bodied, juicy, fresh and lively. The emphasis is on balance; the grapes from the Langhe giving depth and volume, while the grapes from the Roero provide...

Bera, Vittorio e FigliBarbera d'Asti Ronco Malo
Barbera from Piedmont, Italy
100% Barbera. Though the calling card of Bera is their Moscato d'Asti, they grow Barbera on the calcareous clay soils on the slopes of their certified-organic estate in the Canelli hills of Piedmont. Ronco di Malo is the parcel of the oldest Barbera vines, which average 50 years (formerly a much...
La StoppaBarbera della Stoppa
Barbera from Emilia-Romagna, Italy
100% Barbera. From 25-45-year-old estate vines on a slope on stony clay-limestone soils. The fruit is organically farmed and harvested by hand. It is destemmed and fermented with native yeasts and no sulfur in tank; maceration with the skins is for 30 days. The wine does not go through malolactic...
OltretorrenteBarbera Superiore Colli Tortonesi
Barbera from Piedmont, Italy
Harvested from three parcels amounting to 1 hectare, planted between 1920 and 1940 on calcareous clay with southern exposure.  There are even some bush vines here. Harvested at very low yields of 3,000kg/ha (about 21 hl/ha). The grapes are destemmed and are fermented in concrete tanks. Maceration...
Villa CalicantusBardolino Classico Superiore “Avresir”
Red blend from Veneto, Italy
Avresir comes from the oldest vines (18 yrs old) from the highest part of the hill around the villa, a mere 30m away from the vines that make the La Superiora. There is more limestone influence in the soil here.  Because there is no Riserva category in Bardolino, Daniele uses Avresir, Riserva...
Villa CalicantusBardolino Classico Superiore “La Superiora”
Red blend from Veneto, Italy
A co-harvest of Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, and Sangiovese from a 1-hectare parcel around the cellar.  The vines were planted 11 years ago in guyot.  This is one of the highest-elevation parcels in the appellation, at 175m, and is more calcareous than the vineyard that makes Sollazzo, Chiar’otto...
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Boglietti, EnzoBarolo Arione
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
6/750 Very Limited Sourced from the nine southernmost rows of vines in Arione, which is the southernmost Cru in Serralunga. In Enzo's words, the vines of Arione produce his most "pinot-like" Barolo. He makes the point that there is a misconception that all Nebbiolo from Serralunga ends up masculine...

Boglietti, EnzoBarolo Boiolo
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
6/750ml 100% Nebbiolo, sourced from La Morra at altitudes of 300-350m. This vineyard has silty clay soil, sub-alkaline, with very little organic matter, with east-southeast exposure. Planted in 2002 from a massal selection.  
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SchiavenzaBarolo Broglio
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
100% Nebbiolo from the Broglio vineyard in Serralunga d’Alba. The vineyard is located at 360 meters above sea level with a south-east exposure. The vines are trained using guyot method at a density of 400 plants per hectare in a mixture of loam and chalk soils.  

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Boglietti, EnzoBarolo Brunate
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
6/750. Very Limited. 100% Nebbiolo from vines grown in silty, alkaline clay soil with very little organic matter. The vineyard sits at 300-350m with a south-southeast exposure.  

Boglietti, Enzo Barolo Case Nere
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
6/750ml. Case Nere is situated between the upper portion of Fossati and the open end of Cerequio. Soil is clay with large patches of loose grey marl. Exposure moves from south to east as the vineyard continues towards the township of Barolo. The site is sheltered 360 degrees (think of a cul de sac...

SchiavenzaBarolo Cerretta
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
Sourced from several parcels, all located in the village of Serralunga d'Alba at 300-400 meters above sea level with south-east and west exposures. The soils are mainly calcareous and tuffaceous ground; vines are planted at a density of 4,000 plants per hectare and trained with the guyot growing...
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SchiavenzaBarolo del Comune di Serralunga
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
Sourced from different parcels (mainly the crus of Cerrati and Meriame) all located in the village of Serralunga d'Alba, at altitudes of 360-400m above sea level; the vineyards have south-east and west exposures, and are composed mostly of calcareous and tufaceous soil. Cover crops such as...
Boglietti, EnzoBarolo Fossati
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
6/750ml 100% Nebbiolo from La Morra. The vines grow at 370-420m in silty clay soil, subalkaline, with very little organic matter. 30% of vines are 60 years old, 70% of vines 15 years old.  

GagliardoBarolo GG
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
This is Gagliardo’s non-Cru Barolo, but every holding in the estate contributes to the blend. 50% of the provenance is La Morra (crus of Santa Maria and Serra dei Turchi), followed by Monforte (crus of Castelletto, Mosconi, and Bricco San Pietro), Serralunga (Lazzarito cru), Barolo (Fossati)....

CanonicaBarolo Paiagallo
from Piedmont, Italy
This wine is currently sold out.

SchiavenzaBarolo Prapò
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
Schiavenza’s 0.9 hectares in the Prapò cru are located at 350m above sea level, with southeast exposure; the vines were planted in 1993.  Of all their crus, this is the one in which the soil is most representative of Serralunga: its high percentage of light-colored limestone naturally limits yields...
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Roulaison Distilling Co.Barrel Aged Reserve Rum
from Louisiana, United States
We currently have many full barrels of rum aging in our New Orleans warehouse and have begun releasing single barrel expressions which all have their own unique characteristics.

Lockhouse DistilleryBarreled Gin
from New York State, United States
Aged in 30 and 53 gallon new char #3 american oak barrels for over 16 months, this gin toes the line between a young whiskey in color and texture and a prominent gin in flavor and aroma.  The vibrant botanical bouquet is complicated with layers of silky vanilla, brown sugar and spice.  The burnt...

Niellon, MichelBâtard-Montrachet Grand Cru
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
This is Michel's favorite plot. Purchased by his maternal grandparents, the parcel of 12 vinerows was planted by his father in 1927. It adjoins one of the parcels owned by Romanée-Conti. The wine is more masculine in style, with intense, solid, and deeply concentrated character.
Beau!Beaujolais (Barbet)
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
The Beau! Beaujolais comes from a forty year-old high-density vineyard. Fermentation is traditional, 100% whole-cluster. The whole bunches are not destemmed and go into vats after a maceration of 6-8 days. The wine is aged in stainless steel or cement vats until bottling in the Spring.