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Terres DoréesBeaujolais Blanc Chardonnay
Chardonnay from Beaujolais, France
100% Chardonnay. On his home estate in Charnay in southern Beaujolais, Brun planted Chardonnay in 1983 on the sandy, limestone-rich clay soils. The vines are organically farmed and the fruit harvested by hand. The grapes are destemmed, crushed and fermented with natural yeasts in vat. The wine goes...
Terres DoréesBeaujolais L'Ancien Vieilles Vignes
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
100% Gamay. L'Ancien comes from Jean Paul's oldest vines--hence the name of the wine--in his home village of Charnay in the southern Beaujolais. They range in age from 40 to 60 years old and are planted on slopes sporting the area's signature sandy clay-limestone soils, featuring the particular...
Terres DoréesBeaujolais Rosé d'Folie
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
100% Gamay. Direct-press rosé from the most productive Gamay vines in Brun's estate vineyards in Charnay in the southern Beaujolais. Concrete-aged on its lees with malolactic fermentation and some stirring. Solid medium body and rosy pink with vibrant, crisp acidity and a chalky mineral finish.    
White Blend- mostly Welschriesling from Burgenland, Austria
60% Welschriesling 40% Chardonnay. 80% is aged in stainless steel tanks and 20% in barrel.  

GunderlochBeerenauslese "Messidor"
Riesling from Rheinhessen, Germany
Great little dessert wine in half bottles! This B.A. or Beerenauslese (specially selected berries which are concentrated by botrytis) is blended from Gewürztraminer, Müller-Thurgau and Riesling. Wines like this are some of the rarest and most labor-intensive bottlings made in the world. Pale gold...

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Ballyvolane House SpiritsBertha’s Revenge
Whey from County Cork, Ireland
The first gin to be made from whey! Special yeasts are added to the whey to convert the milk sugars into alcohol; this is then distilled by hand with 18 different botanicals* (locally foraged and grown where possible) and pure natural Irish spring water. *Ingredients: Whey alcohol, spring water,...

AmpeleiaBianco di Ampeleia IGT Costa Toscana
Trebbiano from Tuscany, Italy
Trebbiano/Ansonaco/Malvasia field blend
Tami'Bianco IGT Terre Siciliane
Grillo from Sicily, Italy
100% Grillo. From organically farmed, hand-harvested vines on a flat, sandy site in the contrada of Bastonaca in the DOC of Vittoria. The grapes are destemmed, crushed and macerated for 2 days with their skins. Fermentation takes place with indigenous yeasts in large concrete and steel tanks. The...
FonterenzaBiancospino Vino Bianco
Trebbiano from Tuscany, Italy
100% Trebbiano (as of 2017 vintage). From old, organically farmed vines on volcanic soils of the Mt. Amiata zone not far from Montalcino. Destemmed and fermented with native yeasts in steel tank, with a 5-month maceration (a change from 1 month in 2016). The wine is then aged 4 months in tank,...
MonjeBibiana Rosado
from Canary Islands, Spain
Lively, with lots of fresh fruit and salinity. Great with shellfish, braised pork, and paella.   

Spey from Speyside DistilleryBienn Dubh
Barley (malted) from , Scotland
Pronounced "bane doo", the name means "black mountain". Begins its life as Trutinā from Speyside Distillery; matured in American bourbon barrels and then finished in heavily toasted port casks from The Douro Valley.  

Bachelet, Jean-ClaudeBienvenues-Bâtard-Montrachet
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
Native fermentation. Two barrels produced. Aged in 100% new oak barrels for 24 months. 30-45 g/L sulfur added at bottling.   

Round Turn DistillingBimini Gin
from Maine, United States
Handcrafted from grain and infused with a few familiar key botanicals, including grapefruit zest, hops, and coriander seed; the distillers separate out juniper’s piney flavors in favor of the more floral and fruity notes that harmonize beautifully with the other botanical ingredients. Available in...

La GerlaBirba Vino della Toscana IGT
Sangiovese from Tuscany, Italy
100% Sangiovese Grosso, planted on a hillside vineyard at 270 to 320 meters. The average age of the vines is 25 years old. The grapes are macerated under cool temperatures and undergo a long, slow fermentation at 30 degrees. The wine spends up to 14 months in barrique (1/3rd new) and 12 months in...

Blanc de Blancs Les Pierrieres Extra Brut

“Les Pierrières,” a vineyard near Congy, faces south/southeast. The topsoil is clay-limestone with only 10-50 cm depth. Subsoil or bedrock is composed of soft chalk and black flint carbonate (onyx). The combination of these two elements is rare in Champagne and contributes to the singularity of the...

Boulard, FrancisBlanc des Blancs Brut Nature
Chardonnay from Champagne, France
100% Chardonnay. The fruit for this bottling comes from a single parcel called Le Murtet (not on the label) in the Boulards' home village of Cormicy, which lies in the extreme NE of the Montagne de Reim in a zone known as the Massif de Saint-Thierry. The vines are 60-80 years old and are planted on...
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Blanc Fume de Pouilly [6/750]
Sauvignon Blanc from Loire, France
Blanc Fumé de Pouilly comes from a variety of younger vines vineyards, not from a named plot. Blanc Fumé is another name for Sauvignon Blanc in the region. It has happened, although very rarely, that Dagueneau did not get the AOC approval for Pouilly Fumé. His main reason to use Blanc Fumé de...
Viura from Rioja, Spain
100% Viura. Organically grown vines planted in 1973.  After de-stemming and crushing, the skins are macerated in the unfermented juice for 3 days. Fermented in stainless steel; aged in tank for 2 months on the lees, no malo.  

TajinasteBlanco Seco
Listán Blanco from Canary Islands, Spain
A blend of 90% Listán Blanco (for flavor) and 10% Albillo Criollo (for acid). 60% is grown at 500 meters of altitude and 40% is grown at 250m altitude. Hand-harvested and carried to the winery in small boxes (15kg max) to avoid damaging the berries.  As with almost all of the wines at Tajinaste,...
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RejónBlanco Tequila
Blue Webber from Jalisco, Mexico
Unaged; crisp, fresh, and pure. Super smooth for over proof (44%)

PardasBlau Cru
Malvasia from Penedès, Spain
100% Malvasía de Sitges planted in 1999 on rich alluvial soils. Fermented in stainless and aged for 8 months on its lees.
BucheggerBlauer Zweigelt
Zweigelt from Kremstal, Austria
The fruit comes from a mix of old and young vines. Aged in large wooden barrels of 2400L.  

Blaufränkisch from Südburgenland, Austria
The grapes for this wine come from the somewhat younger vines (5-15 years old) that grow in Deutsch Schützen, Eisenberg and Hannersberg. All are planted in deep, iron-rich clay soils. Fermentation is in stainless steel, with 14-17 days maceration; the wine then spends 10 months maturing, partially...
Wachter-WieslerBlaufränkisch Eisenberg "Béla Jóska"
Blaufränkisch from Südburgenland, Austria
The winery named this Blaufränkisch after family fathers Béla Wachter and Jóska Wiesler; the fruit is from each family's vineyards in Deutsch-Scheützen and Eisenberg. The vines average 30-50 years old. Aged for 13 months in large wooden barrels (500 – 3000 liters).  2,500 cases produced.
Wachter-WieslerBlaufränkisch Eisenberg Ried Ratschen
Blaufränkisch from Südburgenland, Austria
A very special single vineyard of 50 year old vines with a sandy clay top soil and sand and gravel in the subsoil. Aged for 24 months in 2,000L barrels.
Wachter-WieslerBlaufränkisch Eisenberg Ried Weinberg
Blaufränkisch from Südburgenland, Austria
Eisenberg DAC Reserve. Out of a total of the 30 hectares in this vineyard Wachter-Wiesler farms 5, at an elevation ranging from 250-300 metres above sea-level. With iron-rich clay, the soil characteristics here are quite similar to those of the feet of the Eisenberg. Matured for 18 months in used...
Vins ContésBois Sans Soif Blanc
Menu Pineau from Loire, France
50% Menu Pineau/50% Chenin Blanc. Direct press of whole clusters a day after harvest; spontaneous co-fermentation; aging in tank and demi-muid; only 2 grams sulfur; bottled unfiltered in January. Bois Sans Soif translates as  "drunk without thirst" but is a colloquial insult meaning "you're a drunk...
Bonarda from Mendoza, Argentina
Bonarda vine cuttings were brought to Argentina by Italian immigrants from Piedmont in the late 1800s. Current thinking suggests that what is known as Bonarda in Argentina is in fact not related to the Italian grape of the same name, but instead a second Italian grape called Dolcetto, also from the...

Via RevolucionariaBonarda Pura
Bonarda from , Argentina
This 100% Bonarada was harvested separately at 4 different times and then blended together; vinified via carbonic maceration. A seductively perfumed nose evokes blueberry, cherry, and raspberry, leading to a soft and round mid-palate held together by firm tannins and bright acidity.
Thévenet/Bongran/RoallyBongran Viré-Clessé Cuvée E.J.Thévenet
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
100% Chardonnay. Bongran is Thévenet's original home estate (Domaine de Roally, also in Viré-Clessé, was added later). Cuvée Tradition is its single bottling of dry white wine (in certain vintages, a sweet botrytized wine is made). The old vines are organically farmed and harvested manually and...
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.
Haut-DambertBordeaux Blanc Entre-deux-Mers
Sauvignon Blanc from Bordeaux, France
60% Sauvignon Blanc, 25% Sauvignon Gris, 15% Muscadelle. From a unique terroir in the Entre-Deux-Mers: elevated hillside vineyards with a slightly cooler climate and well-draining soil. Vinified in stainless steel and aged on the fine lees for 3 months. The use of both Sauvignon Blanc and Gris, as...
Haut-DambertBordeaux Rosé
from Bordeaux, France
SOLD OUT FOR THE VINTAGE. 60% Merlot and 40% Cabernet Franc. Made from vines 100% devoted to Bordeaux Rosé, on lower slopes with cooler post-harvesting climate to optimize natural freshness and fruitiness. Each grape variety is vinified separately for the best aromatic expression; direct press for...
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.”

45th Parallel DistilleryBorder Bourbon
Grain from Wisconsin, United States
Truly “small batch” in every detail. Bottled at 94 proof.   

Borderies Galtaud Cognac
from Cognac, France
The #14 Personal All-Time Favorite Brandy of F. Paul Pacult, Editor of F. Paul Pacult's Spirit Journal: June 2016. Single-cask (wonderful focus) 100% Borderies from the 1989 vintage. Galtaud is a facility founded in 1800 in the commune of Mainx. Unusually deep fruit and volume with the region’s...

Lopez de HerediaBosconia
from Rioja, Spain
The Viña Bosconia wines are sourced from a vineyard called El Bosque. Situated next to the river Ebro at an altitude of 465m, it is one kilometer away from the winery. Vines are planted on the south-facing foothills of the Sierra Cantabria range, providing them with the perfect conditions for...

Niellon, MichelBourgogne "Chardonnay"
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
A relatively new cuvée. Planted in 2010, the first harvest was in 2013. Total production is 2,500 bottles.  
Bourgogne Aligoté
Aligoté from Burgundy, France
100% Aligoté from vines planted on clay and gravel soils in the lieu-dit of Le Tartre et Les Fas in the commune of Bligny-lès-Beaune. The grapes are hand-harvested and handled in such a way as to minimize oxidation. It is pressed in whole clusters and fermented naturally in stainless steel with...

De MoorBourgogne Aligoté
Aligoté from Burgundy, France
Aligoté is the second white grape of Burgundy, and is rarely found elsewhere. This wine is made from a small parcel of 21-year-old Aligoté vines from the village of Chitry-le-Fort. The grapes are fermented and aged in a mix of stainless steel and older oak barrels. The resulting wine is fine and...