Our Portfolio

'A VitaRosato IGT Calabria
Gaglioppo from Calabria, Italy
100% Gaglioppo from massale selection. This parcel- Vigna Fego- has clay/marl soils, and is very close to the ocean; farmed organically, with cover crops and wild herbs. The average age of the vines is 9 years, and the site is planted with 5,500 vines per hectare. The fruit is harvested manually at...
Monte di GraziaRosato IGT Campania
Red blend from Campania, Italy
Monte di Grazia's Rosato is 90% Tintore di Tramonti and 10% Moscio. The grapes come from 2 different parcels totaling 0.3 hectares, between 450 and 600m, with soil rich in volcanic pumice. Exposures are both south and northeast. The vines are planted in pergola in 1989. The harvest was on October...
La Clarine FarmRosé "Alors!"
from California, United States
Direct-pressed rosé from Syrah, Mourvèdre and Counoise. No added yeasts or enzymes or cultures. Half barrel-fermented, half in tank, and combined and bottled in the spring of 2017.  This is an intense rosé. It shows a Sockeye salmon pink color. Aromatically, you have strawberry and watermelon,...
Frenchtown FarmsRosé "Cecelia" Sierra Foothills
Syrah from California, United States
60% Sauvignon Blanc (Slope 23, 1900 ft), 40% Syrah (Slope 19, 2300 ft) from Renaissance Vineyard.  Sauvignon Blanc harvested first, whole-cluster foot stomped. Syrah harvested and immediately whole-cluster foot stomped and pressed into SB. Soaks on SB skins and stems until the first signs of...
BucheggerRosé "Terrassen"
Pinot Noir from Kremstal, Austria
Sixty percent Zweigelt, twenty percent Merlot, twenty percent Pinot Noir. Creamy and rich with a hint of strawberry. Refreshing and delicious. Farmed sustainably.
Clos SaronRosé "Tickled Pink"
from California, United States
A serious, outstanding rosé that is built to age. With bracing acidity and striking complexity, there isn’t another rosé out there like this one. Now with a few years of age under its belt, the Tickled Pink is screaming good. A co-fermentation of Syrah/Graciano/Viognier.  The grapes for this wine...

Hoch ChristophRosé (2018)
Zweigelt from Kamptal, Austria
A new experiment that came out quite well! 100% Zweigelt fermented and aged in a neutral Burgundy barrel with flor in the warm cellar. Harvested in September, then fermentation lasted a month. After the first month, the flor begins to develop. Then the wine was aged 5 months with the flor.
Edmunds St. JohnRosé Bone Jolly
Gamay from California, United States
100% Gamay from Witters Vineyard. Fresh strawberry and cherry fruit with a mineral core, Steve Edmunds’s rosé is consistently delicious... and our top-selling domestic rosé every year.

Mas des ChimèresRosé Coteaux du Salagou
Mourvèdre from Languedoc, France
Mourvèdre/Merlot/Terret Gris. Organically farmed, hand-harvested estate fruit from iron-rich clay and basalt soils with extremely low yields. The Merlot and Terret Gris are direct-pressed; the Mourvèdre is bled or saignée. Deeply colored, richly textured, medium-bodied and spicy with peachy color...
Shinn Estate VineyardsRose Hill Rose
Merlot from New York State, United States
95% Merlot, 2.5% Riesling, 2.5% Chardonnay. Dry, light and perfectly crisp, this Provence-style rosé is as lovely to drink as the bottle is to look at.
Combel La SerreRosé L'Epatant Antidote
Malbec from Southwest, France
100% Malbec (aka Auxerrois in local parlance). The full name on the label is "Formule Secrete: L'Epatant Antidote à la Chaleur du Causse" is indicative of the Ilberts' intention to craft a refreshing rosé to counter the extreme heat of the Causse plateau and surrounding river plain of Cahors. That...
Sans Wine CompanyRosé of Carignan “Poor Ranch”
Carignan from California, United States
A blend of 3 Carignan blocks (Billy’s, Coyote Rock, Mitchell Jacks) from the Poor Ranch in Hopland, Mendocino. The oldest block, “Coyote Rock,” was planted in 1943. The Poors are 5th generation farmers and this property has been in their family since the late 1800s. They have never irrigated their...
Pinon, Domaine FrançoisRosé Pétillant Naturel Brut (2018)
Côt from Loire, France
50% Côt (Malbec)/50% Grolleau. This sparkling méthode ancestrale rosé is Pinon's only non-Chenin wine, made from black grapes planted by François Pinon's father in order to supply their workers with red wine. There is only 1 hectare, so production is small. Two weeks into its fermentation with...
Eric KentRosé Sonoma Coast
Pinot Noir from California, United States
LIMITED. 77% Pinot Noir, 17% Syrah and 6% Grenache. Fermented in a combination of stainless steel and neutral barrels.  

Tue-Boeuf, Clos duRosé VDF
Gamay from Loire, France
100% Gamay (vs. 2016 which included Grolleau or 2015 which was Pinot Noir-based). Tue Boeuf sources and hand harvests organically farmed fruit from neighbors in the Cher valley of the Touraine. The vines are on clay and flint, giving a "more aromatic and open" character in Thierry's words. The wine...
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Capitoline Vermouth & AperitiviRosé Vermouth
Sangiovese from District of Columbia, United States
Rosé of California whole cluster carbonic Sangiovese, fortified with local grain spirit infused with 13 botanicals and spices.  Behaves like a delicious Red vermouth with high acid.  Perfect for a "perfect" Manhattan, Or just on the rocks.

TarlantRosé Zéro Brut Nature (2013 Base)
Chardonnay, Pinot Noir, Pinot Meunier from Champagne, France
50% Chardonnay/44% Pinot Noir/6% Pinot Meunier. Tarlant rosé used to be mainly Chardonnay with about fifteen percent Pinot Noir and no Meunier; Benoît has shifted it to much more Pinot Noir and added a little Meunier and derives most of the color from maceration instead of from the addition of...
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BrunaRossese DOC Riviera Ligure di Ponente
Rossese from Liguria, Italy
LIMITED!   100% Rossese, vineyards in the village of Ortovero, principally in the ‘Canei’ zone. Poor, sandy alluvial soil. Vinification & elevage: Maceration on the skins for four days. Alcoholic and malolactic fermentations as well as aging occur in stainless steel tanks. Released in the...
Monte di GraziaRosso “Melogna” IGT Campania
Red blend from Campania, Italy
"Melogna", dialect for badger, is a new wine for Monte di Grazia.  It’s a field blend that harkens back to old-school farmer wines.  60% Piedirosso, 30% Tintore di Tramonti, 4% Moscio, 3% Olivella, and 3% Sciascinoso from a 0.3ha pergola at 600m, planted 30 years ago. Harvest was on October 10,...
OltretorrenteRosso Colli Tortonesi
Red blend from Piedmont, Italy
Sourced from all the estate's red grapes that are not directed towards the Barbera Superiore. Several parcels over 3 hectares are harvested for this wine.  The vines were planted between 1955 and 1990 with 6,000 plants/hectare. Exposures are both north and south. In 2018, the blend is basically 90...
De BartoliRosso di Marco Pignatello
Pignatello from Sicily, Italy
100% Pignatello. De Bartoli makes only one red wine. Initially, Marco made it from Merlot and Cabernet, commonly planted international varieties which swept Sicily in the 1980's; his doctor recommended he drink red for his health et voilà. But in keeping with his and the family's commitment to all...
La GerlaRosso di Montalcino
Sangiovese from Tuscany, Italy
100% Sangiovese from hillside vineyards located at between 270-320 meters. The average age of the vines is 15 years old. La Gerla Rosso spends six monhts in tank, then one year in Slavonian oak (large casks of 50hl) and another six months in bottle before being released.  
FonterenzaRosso di Montalcino
Sangiovese from Tuscany, Italy
100% Sangiovese Grosso. The fruit for the Rosso di Montalcino bottling comes from 3 contiguous, north-facing estate plots--Vigna della Strada, Alberello and Bosco--on complex clay soils variously rich in limestone, sandstone and schist, harvested and vinified separately. The vines are farmend...
SanguinetoRosso di Montepulciano
Sangiovese from Tuscany, Italy
Prugnolo Gentile/Canaiolo Nero/Mammolo. Prugnole Gentile is the variant of Sangiovese in and around Montepulciano and is the majority of the blend, as is traditional and required by law (70% minimum). All of the fruit is from organically farmed estate vines, many of them quite old, and all of them...
Maestro del PomidoroRosso di Toscana
Sangiovese from Tuscany, Italy
Mr. Tomato Man! 85% Sangiovese and 15% Cabernet Sauvignon, sourced from Tuscan vineyards. Pizza wine unparalleled. Spaghetti wine sine qua non. Caprese wine capo di capi tutti. With its enticing black fruit aroma and luscious mouthfeel, this is about the most fun you can have with a bottle of wine...

Monte di GraziaRosso IGT Campania
Red blend from Campania, Italy
90% Tintore di Tramonti and 10% Piedirosso from 3 parcels between 270-600m, planted in pergola, 1 hectare total. Vines age varies between 25-100+ years. Harvest was in late October 2015 at yields of 4,000 kg/ha (abot 25hl/ha).  Spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel with 15 days of maceration...
Monte di GraziaRosso IGT Campania
Red blend from Campania, Italy
90% Tintore di Tramonti and 10% Piedirosso from 3 parcels between 270-600m, planted in pergola, 1 hectare total. Vines age varies between 25-100+ years. Harvest was in late October/early November at yields of 5,000 kg/ha (about 30hl/ha).  Spontaneous fermentation in stainless steel with 15 days of...
De AngelisRosso Piceno DOC
Montepulciano from Marche, Italy
70% Montepulciano & 30% Sangiovese. Fermented in stainless steel and aged four months in steel & six months in bottle before release. As the Gambero Rosso puts it: “the Rosso Piceno is a consumer’s dream, straightforward but delicious and a pleasure to drink.”

De AngelisRosso Piceno Superiore DOC
Montepulciano from Marche, Italy
70% Montepulciano, 30% Sangiovese. Maceration 10-15 days in stainless.  Aged 15-18 months in large botti and 6 months in bottle.  

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Roussette de Savoie "Gastronomie"
Roussette (Altesse) from Savoie, France
Roussette or Altesse is an indigenous white grape variety of the Savoie. The vineyards are located to the west of Lake Bourget and are bordered by the Rhone on the other side. South exposure at an altitude of 220 meters. Clay-limestone soil. Hand-harvested. Made in stainless steel.

Quinta do InfantadoRuby Port
Tinta Roriz/Touriga Nacional from Douro, Portugal
Touriga Franca/Touriga Nacional/Tinta Roriz/PLUS old field-blend red varieties. From exclusively Class A parcels (Serra Douro, Lapa, Castelos) totaling eleven and one-half hectares on poor schist soils. The fruit is hand-harvested, partly destemmed and fermented in lagar and tank; fermentation is...
MeneresRuby Port
from Douro, Portugal
The Ruby Port is a blend of selected young ports matured in large oak vats, or tonels. The wine shows some rich, full bodied flavors of red fruit, such as plums and raspberry. 500 cases produced.

Xarel-lo from Penedès, Spain
A blend of 80% Xarel-lo and 20% Malvasía de Sitges. The Xarel-lo comes from 50-year-old vines planted on chalky and clay soils, while the Malvasía was planted by Ramon and Jordi in 1996 on very deep alluvial loam and slate soils. Fermented and aged for 6 months in 100-year-old concrete tanks with...
Grain from Oregon, United States
ONLY AVAILABLE IN PA. In its distillation methods, the Rye-Barley-Wheat is made traditionally: distilled in hand hammered, direct fire, alembic copper pot stills and only the very best portion of the cuts, the “heart of the hearts” has been kept. However, where the mash bill and barrel program is...

Benito SantosSaiar Albariño
Albariño from Galicia, Spain
From a vineyard in Salnés; vinified in tank with minimal sulfur. The wine spends a few months on the lees before bottling.  

Villard, FrançoisSaint Joseph Blanc "Mairlant"
from Rhône, France
An even split of Marsanne and Rousanne, from 20 year old vines from St Pierre de Boeuf & Limony villages. Aged 11 months on lees without racking.
De BoisseytSaint Joseph Blanc Les Garipelées
from Rhône, France
The name is old Provençal dialect referring to ground without grass, i.e., stone. Three parcels, all within the commune of Chavanay, totaling 60% Roussanne and 40% Marsanne. Raised in older 400-liter barrels.

De BoisseytSaint Joseph Rouge Les Garipelées
Syrah from Rhône, France
Two parcels of Syrah in Chavanay named Les Eguets and Les Vessettes, planted in the 1980s and ‘70s respectively with sélection massale vines. The wine is raised in older 400-liter barrels for roughly 14 months. 

Borell-DiehlSaint Laurent Rosé Trocken
Saint Laurent from Pfalz, Germany
SOLD OUT. ETA early March. Ultra-fresh, dry, medium-pale rosé from the dark-skinned Sankt Laurent grape, sustainably dry farmed with no herbicides, no pesticides; a cherry bomb of fun.   
Villard, FrançoisSaint Peray “Version”
While blend (mostly Marsanne) from Rhône, France
Eighty percent Marsanne and twenty percent Roussanne in decomposed granite and clay soil with south east exposure. Average twenty-year-old vines. Fermented and aged for eleven months in three- to five-year-old barrels, without racking. 
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Saumaize-MichelinSaint Véran
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
A blend from two parcels, one on marl in Davaye, where the limestone is generally softer than Pouilly-Fuissé and a second parcel on hard limestone located near the Roche de Vergisson. The vines average 15 years old. The wine is fermented and aged half in stainless steel and half in neutral barrels...
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
2017 was a great vintage for Pirolette. They had no hail, and although they harvested in late August, the same as 2015, the yields were much higher than 2015 and the resulting wines were not as concentrated. The 2017 Saint Amour is bounding with juicy raspberry fruit. It's full of energy with great...
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PiroletteSaint-Amour "Carjot"
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
Domaine de la Pirolette makes two single-vineyard wines, each showcasing a different terroir found within Saint-Amour. The "Carjot" comes from blue volcanic soil and is vinified in four barrels and one egg, a fifty-fifty blend. The "Carjot" feels a bit more structured and spicey than the "Poulette...
PiroletteSaint-Amour "La Poulette"
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
Domaine de la Pirolette makes two single-vineyard wines, each showcasing a different terroir found within Saint-Amour. The "Poulette" comes from pink granite and is vinified entirely in cement eggs. The shape allows the lees to be contantly moving. The "Poulette" has a great attack, with gorgeous,...
Billards, Domaine desSaint-Amour (Barbet)
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
The traditional vinification lasts between 12 to 15 days; they use a weighted grill to keep the “crust” submerged in the fermenting juices leads to a more effective extraction of tannins.
Billards, Domaine desSaint-Amour (Barbet)
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
ONLY AVAILABLE IN MAGNUM. The traditional vinification lasts between 12 to 15 days; they use a weighted grill to keep the “crust” submerged in the fermenting juices leads to a more effective extraction of tannins.
Billards, Domaine desSaint-Amour (Barbet)
Gamay from Beaujolais, France
The traditional vinification lasts between 12 to 15 days; they use a weighted grill to keep the “crust” submerged in the fermenting juices leads to a more effective extraction of tannins.