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Monte dall'OraValpolicella Classico Superiore Saustò
Corvina blend from Veneto, Italy
40% Corvina/30% Corvinone/20% Rondinella/10% Oseleta & Molinara. Saustò comes from the same core estate vineyard as the Saseti Valpolicella Classico and the La Stropa Amarone: 25-year-old pergola-trained, co-planted, biodynamically farmed vines of only traditional varieties. The fruit for both...
De BartoliVecchio Samperi
Grillo from Sicily, Italy
100% Grillo. Vecchio Samperi was Marco De Bartoli’s first wine, first commercially released in 1980. It was his homage to the oldest form of marsala wine. Called stravecchio, this original style was made by the perpetuo method, in other words a solera system. and without fortification (a technique...
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De MoorVendangeur Masqué VDF Blanc Caravan
Viognier from , France
A new cuvée in the spirit of 2016’s Belle Compagnie Meridionale: Clairette from the Drôme (N.Rhône); Chardonnay from the Ardèche (N. Rhône); Pinot Blanc & “a little” Riesling from Alsace; Sauvignon Gris & Chard from Brionnais (near the Mâconnais); Aligoté from De Moor vines. Each variety...
Albariño from Galicia, Spain
This wine is made using grapes from the oldest ungrafted blocks of low-yielding vines grown on steep terraces, fermented with native yeasts in a tiny vat and aged on the lees for at least two years. It is only produced in the best vintages. 700 bottles produced.    
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GuttaroloVerdeca Carsia
Verdeca from Puglia, Italy
100% Verdeca. 2016 is the first vintage of the wine. Cristiano Guttarolo planted the Verdeca vines 8 years ago on his property's limestone-rich soils (the name Carsia is in reference to karst, a very specific type of topography created by the disintegration of limestone bedrock). They are farmed...
End of NowhereVerdejo "A Space Oddity"
Verdejo from California, United States
100% Verdejo from Heringer Vineyard in Clarksburg AVA (Yolo County). Clay/Loam soils, very fertile. Certified sustainable in conversion to organic. The fruit was 1/3 skin fermented until dry, 1/3 direct press, 1/3 macerated on the skins for 12 hours. Barrel aged in neutral french oak for 10 months...
El PortalónVerdejo, Rueda
Verdejo from Rueda, Spain
This wine takes its name from the vineyard from which the grapes are sourced. (The name of the vineyard comes from long ago, when to access the vineyard was through a big stone portal; the local people started to call it Viña El Portalón—literally, Big Door Vineyard—and the name stuck.) From sandy...

Ca'LiptraVerdicchio Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore "Kypra"
Verdicchio from Marche, Italy
From the same parcels as the Trebbiano at the same yields. The grapes are immediately crushed and pressed, without maceration. Fermentation is spontaneous in cement vats. Aging is also in cement. Kypra was the goddess of the harvest and abundance to the ancient Piceno tribe, who ruled this area and...
Felici, AndreaVerdicchio Castelli di Jesi Riserva "Il Cantico"
Verdicchio from Marche, Italy
A single-vineyard cru bottling from vines planted in 1968 at 500m, facing southeast. Harvest was in late September at yields of 10,000kg/ha (60hl/ha). Fermentation is in concrete vats, with about half the harvest macerated on its skins for two weeks during fermentation.  Aged in concrete on the...
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Ca'LiptraVerdicchio Castelli Jesi Class Riserva "21 San Michele"
Verdicchio from Marche, Italy
From a 0.5ha parcel planted in 1976 on clay-limestone soil at 350m above sea level. Yields are lower here, 4000kg/ha.  The grapes are crushed and immediately pressed in the basket press.  Fermentation occurs in used barriques. Aging took place in used barriques for 12 months. 21 is the address of...
Felici, AndreaVerdicchio dei Castelli di Jesi Classico Superiore
Verdicchio from Marche, Italy
100% Verdicchio. The fruit is from 10 hectares of various vineyards on the Felici farm, from 10- to 40-year-old vines.  The vineyards are between 500 and 600m above sea level; Leo's vineyard site at 600m is the highest in the appellation. Harvest was in late September/early October at yields of 11,...
Combel La SerreVermentino De la Terre à la Lune
Vermentino from Southwest, France
100% Vermentino. Combel La Serre has small one-hectare plot of very young Vermentino vines in their home village of Cournou on the limestone plateau of the Causse--it went into production in the 2014 vintage--which to date yields quite little (23 hl/ha in the 2016 vintage). The soil is rich with...
Primitivo QuilesVermouth
from Alicante, Spain
The base wine is macerated with fennel, sage, clove, and others to which alcohol and caramel (for color) are added. The alcohol is naturally fifteen percent; 1000 liters produced.

VerganoVermouth Bianco
Cortese from Piedmont, Italy
In Mauro Vergano's words (courtesy of LDM website): "Vermouth is the only fortified and aromatized wine with a precise historical origin. It was first concocted 1786 in Turin by Benedetto Carpano. Since then the Vermouth has become one of the most famous drinks in the world both as aperitif or as...
Priorat NaturVermut
Macabeo from Priorat, Spain
For this Vermouth different herbs, like fennel, rosemary, cumin, cinnamon and vanilla. are macerated for over a year in oak barrels.To this herbal essence, white wine made from Macabeo, Pedro Ximénez and White Garnacha is added, along with a small amount of sugar to give it the desired sweetness. ...
Acosta, Eduardo TorresVersante Nord Bianco IGT Terre Siciliane
Minella Bianca from Sicily, Italy
50% Minella/15% Carricante/35% Catarratto-Grecanico-Inzolia. Eduardo organically farms 5-6 different parcels of field-blend white varieties on the north face or versante nord of Mt. Etna at elevations ranging from 550 to 950 meters. A majority of the wine consists of the rare native white Minella;...
Acosta, Eduardo TorresVersante Nord Rosso IGT Terre Siciliane
Nerello Mascalese from Sicily, Italy
85% Nerello Mascalese/15% other. Versante Nord, both the Bianco and this Rosso, comes from 6 parcels totalling less than 2 hectares on the cooler, north-facing side of Mt. Etna (hence the wine's name at elevations ranging from 750 to 950 meters. In traditional style, he vineyards are mixed...
Saint Préfert/Isabel FerrandoVieux Marc de Saint Préfert 10 ans
from Rhône, France
VERY LIMITED! Grenache, Mourvèdre, Cinsault, and Syrah, distilled in a traditional alembic still. Aged 10 years in 400L oak barrels; bottled unfiltered.
La StoppaVigna della Volta Passito (Malvasia)
Malvasia from Emilia-Romagna, Italy
Made from 95% Malvasia di Candia Aromatica and 5% Moscato, this wine is made from sun-dried grapes that are pressed in a vertical press, fermented naturally, and put into old French oak barrique for 10 months. After bottling, the wine is held for an additional two years before release. The name...
De BartoliVignaverde Grillo
Grillo from Sicily, Italy
100% Grillo. The Grillo comes from 9 hectares of 20-to-30-year-old estate vines planted on the limestone-rich, sandy loam soils of the Samperi contrada or zone in Marsala; the grapes for the Vignaverde  or "green vine" are picked earlier than for any other De Bartoli white, generally in mid-August...
Garage WineVigno
Carignan from Maule, Chile
Vigno is an “appellation” that MOVI members created several years ago to classify traditionally-made, naturally-farmed Carignan-based field blends. The fruit for this wine—primarily 70-year-old Carignan, with Garnacha and Mataró—comes from Truquilemu, a site in what most consider to be the “...
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ViñátigoVijariego Blanco
Vijariego Blanco from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Vijariego Blanco, a grape variety unique to the Canary Islands. But what does that mean? What does it taste like? The best description we can think of is that it's similar to Chablis: high in acid, salty, and well-structured.  Only 2,676 bottles made from a one-half hectare of vines, making...
MonjeVijariego Negro
_none from Canary Islands, Spain
100% Vijariego Negro, which some say is the same grape as Sumoll and others contest is unique to the Canary Islands. Regardless, it tastes unique and distinctly volcanic when planted in Tenerife's soil.  Fermented in stainless and then goes through malo in 2nd year 300L French oak, where it ages...

Tue-Boeuf, Clos duVin Blanc VDF
Sauvignon Blanc from Loire, France
100% Sauvignon Blanc (prior to 2018, it was a Sauv Blanc/Chard blend labelled as P'tit Blanc). The "Vin Blanc" is the starting point for Tue-Boeuf's whites. As for the entry-level "Vin Rouge", the fruit comes from Touraine vines which the Puzelat family works organicallly but does not own; the...
Mas de CadenetVin Cuit de Provence
from Provence, France
Vin Cuit de Provence is a traditional Provencale holiday dessert wine. Very few winemakers continue the tradition and normally it’s just made for personal consumption or sold locally from the cellar door. We are the only ones to sell a wine of this type in the United States! As the name says, Vin...
Day WinesVin de Days Blanc
Pinot Blanc from Oregon, United States
38% Pinot Blanc from Fir Crest Vineyard in Yamhill Carlton, and Twelve Oaks Vineyard in Chehalem Mtns.23% Muller Thurgau from Anne Amie Estate in Yamhill Carlton.16% Riesling from Anne Amie Estate in Yamhill Carlton.14% Pinot Gris from Le Beau Vineyard in Chehalem Mtns, and Momtazi Vineyard in...
Day WinesVin de Days Rouge
Pinot Noir from Oregon, United States
74% Pinot noir from Nemarniki and Noel Family Vineyards in Chehalem Mtns AVA, Keeler Estate in Eola Amity Hills AVA, and Johan Vineyard in Van Duzer Corridor AVA24% Pinot Meunier from Twelve Oaks Vineyard (owned by Anne Amie) in Chehalem Mtns AVA2% Pinot gris from Momtazi Vineyard in McMinnville...
BarrocheVin de France "Liberty"
Grenache from Rhône, France
2015 was the first vintage of this new project that Julien made with friend Yannick Alliaud. They found a very old-vine parcel located at 125 meters above sea-level in Côtes-du-Rhône Villages, planted just after WWII. The soils very similar to La Crau in Châteauneuf-du-Pape: layers of sand, clay,...
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BarrocheVin de France "Liberty"
Grenache from Rhône, France
2015 was the first vintage of this new project that Julien made with his friend Yannick Alliaud. They found a very old-vine parcel located at 125 meters above sea-level in Chateauneuf-de-Gadagne, just east of Avignon. The soils are very similar to La Crau in Châteauneuf-du-Pape with layers of sand...

AmeillaudVin de Pays de Vaucluse
Grenache from Rhône, France
55% Grenache, 20% Syrah and 25% Carignan, from 30-year-old vines planted in clay, limestone and alluvial soils on south facing terraces situated to the east of the village of Cairanne (just next to the Côte du Rhône appellation.) Traditional fermentation, with 100% de-stemming.  
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Vin de Savoie Abymes "Gastronomie"
Jacquère from Savoie, France
100% Jacquere. The Abymes appellation sits lower and the slope than the Apremont and is on generally flatter land. Stainless steel fermentation and aging.

Perrier, JeanVin de Savoie Abymes "Gastronomie"
Jacquère from Savoie, France
100% Jacquère. The Abymes appellation sits lower and the slope than the Apremont and is on generally flatter land. Stainless steel fermentation and aging.
Perrier, JeanVin de Savoie Abymes "Gastronomie"
Jacquère from Savoie, France
100% Jacquère. The Abymes appellation sits lower and the slope than the Apremont and is on generally flatter land. Stainless steel fermentation and aging.
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Perrier, JeanVin de Savoie Apremont "Gastronomie"
Jacquère from Savoie, France
100% Jacquère. The cru of Apremont is planted on steeper slopes in comparison with Abymes. Stainless steel fermentation and aging.
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Perrier, JeanVin de Savoie Gamay Rosé
Gamay from Savoie, France
100% Gamay.  A delicate rosé with plenty of minerality and crisp fruit that reflects the granite and limestone slopes of the Alps. Fermented and aged in stainless steel.    
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Vin de Savoie Mondeuse "Gastronomie"
Mondeuse from Savoie, France
Indigenous red varietal of the Savoie region. Clay limestone soil. Hand-harvested. All stainless steel.

Tue-Boeuf, Clos duVin Rouge VDF
Gamay from Loire, France
100% Gamay. For their juicy, quaffable vin de soif Gamay, the Puzelats source organically farmed, hand-harvested fruit around their home estate in the Cher valley in the Touraine. Whole-bunch, natural-yeast fermentation, carried out carbonically, with 4 to 6 months of aging in tank. Classified as a...
'A VitaVino Bianco “Leukò”
Greco Blanco from Calabria, Italy
COMING SOON! From the vineyard Frassà, at only 10m above sea level.  2018 will be the fourth vintage for this wine, a blend of 85% Greco Bianco and 15% Gaglioppo. The Greco Bianco is macerated for a few hours and the Gaglioppo is vinified white after direct pressing. Fermentation occurs...

Monte dall'OraVino da Sete Vino Bianco Pet-Nat
Garganega from Veneto, Italy
95% Garganega/5% Malvasia. In 2013, Monte Dall’Ora acquired 1.5 hectares of Valpolicella vines at 500m altitude on the hill of San Giorgio in Sant’Ambrogio, a few miles west of the estate toward Lake Garda. It is a stunning site, isolated and surrounded by forest and other wild growth, and...
SanguinetoVino Nobile di Montepulciano
Sangiovese from Tuscany, Italy
Prugnolo Gentile/Canaiolo Nero/Mammolo. Prugnolo 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...
Villa CalicantusVino Rosato “Chiar’otto”
Red blend from Veneto, Italy
A co-harvest of Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, and a little Sangiovese from a west-facing site planted in pergola.  This is a fairly fertile plot, less calcareous than the vineyards that make the Bardolino Classico wines. The vines are 55 years old and pergola-trained. The must macerates one night...
Villa CalicantusVino Rosato Frizzante “Sollazzo”
Red blend from Veneto, Italy
Sollazzo, meaning “fun under the sun,’” is made with Corvina, Rondinella, Molinara, and a little Sangiovese from a west-facing site planted in pergola.  This is a fairly fertile plot, less calcareous than the vineyards that make the Bardolino Classico wines. The vines range from 5-55 years old.  ...
CrealtoVino Rosso "Agricolae"
Barbera from Piedmont, Italy
100% Barbera from a clay and limestone-gypsum vineyard with 10 year old vines, densely planted at 5000 plants per hectare. Aged 8 months in stainless steel and 2-3 months in bottle.         

CrealtoVino Rosso "Pionda"
Nebbiolo from Piedmont, Italy
From a one-hectare organic vineyard of limestone-gypsum soils with a south/southwest exposure, densely planted to 5000 plants per hectare.  Aged about 9 months in oak and 2-3 months in bottle before release.