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LelouvierCalvados Vieux
from Normandy, France
A blend of young Calvados, distilled with extreme care in a copper column still. Aged more than 3 years in oak casks. Several generations of the Lelouvier family have sought to identify farms producing fine Calvados in the Ferté Macé and Domfront regions.  There is probably NOT a better pairing...

Sierra de ToloñoCaminos de Santa Cruz
Tempranillo from Rioja, Spain
(Formerly the Rivas de Tereso bottling!) This is Sierra de Toloño's ultimate expression of Tempranillo. From a single-vineyard planted on pure limestone and rock, it ferments in amphora and then ages for an year in French Oak. The wine is textured, rich with black fruit.  
93 WABiodynamic
CrociCampedello Frizzante Bianco DOC Colli Piacentini
White Blend from Emilia-Romagna, Italy
60% Malvasia di Candia Aromatica/20% Trebbiano/15% Ortrugo/3% Sauvignon/2% Marsanne. Campedello is the name of the hillside site whose grapes go into this wine. The co-planted vines are planted on sandy limestone soils rich in fossilized seashell material and are farmed organically; everything is...
Contrada SalandraCampi Flegrei DOP Falanghina
Falanghina from Campania, Italy
From two parcels between 90 and 200m above sea level, totaling 2.2 hectares; one is 6 years old, and the other is 40 years old. Both sites face southeast and are trained guyot, and the vines are ungrafted.   Harvested by hand in the beginning of October at yields of about 5,000kg/ha (27-30 hl/ha...

Contrada SalandraCampi Flegrei DOP Piedirosso
from Campania, Italy
Contrada Salandra’s Piedirosso explores what is possible with this grape from this appellation. Composed of 95% Piedirosso and 5% co-planted ancient varietals (Ricciulella, Marsigliese, Colagiovanna) from 2.5 hectares of ungrafted vines at 90-200m above sea level. The vineyards were planted around...

Noble CoyoteCapón Espadin
from Oaxaca, Mexico
Noble Coyote Capon Espadín is the masterpiece of Maestro Mezcalero Eleazar Brena and is sustainably produced in the village of San Luis Amatlán. Produced using meticulously selected mother maguey that are mature and flowering as indicated by the growth of a “quiote” or flowering stalk.A large...
Combel La SerreCarbo IGP Côtes-du-Lot
Malbec from Southwest, France
100% Malbec (aka Auxerrois in local parlance). "Carbo" is indicative of the winemaking technique behind this bottling: carbonic maceration to make the lightest, freshest, most fruit-forward possible version of the traditionally chewy, rustic wine of Cahors. The wine cannot be classifed as Cahors,...
Sans Wine CompanyCarbonic Carignan “Coyote Rock”
Carignan from California, United States
The ‘Coyote Rock’ block on the Poor Ranch was planted in 1943 and is the oldest block of Carignan on their property. The whole clusters are put into a small stainless tank which is sealed for 25 days, where it goes through primary fermentation naturally and without any manipulation. Malolactic...
Garage WineCarignan Portezuelo Itata #58
Carignan from Itata, Chile
This wine was grown by a small farmer in Itata. It was farmed by hand and horse with traditional methods of dry-farming old vines with vines of Cinsault in the field-blend. Fermented naturally in small open-top tanks ; caps were punched down by hand and pressing was strictly manual. The wine was...
Porter Creek VineyardsCarignane "Old Vine", Mendocino
Carignan from California, United States
The fruit comes from an organic, dry farmed, head trained vineyard in Hopland that was planted in 1939.  100% destemmed and fermented with native yeasts for 2-3 days in old French oak barrels up to 8 years old. Aged 11 months in 50% 3800 liter wooden tank and 50% in small barrels (228L). Production...
Clos SaronCarignane Old Vine "Pleasant Peasant"
Carignan from California, United States
100% Carignan from vines planted in 1900. Crushed by foot and fermented whole-cluster.
Rivano, AngeloCarignano del Sulcis "Intrigu"
Carignan from Sardinia, Italy
100% Carignano. Harvest was on Sept 23rd at yields of around 38 hectoliters/hectare.  The grapes were destemmed; spontaneous fermentation with a maceration of 12/14 days.  Aged is in stainless steel for approximately 6 months, followed by 3 months in bottle.  420 cases produced.

AmpeleiaCarignano IGT Costa Toscana
Carignan from Tuscany, Italy
100% Carignan, this bottling is part of the "Monovarietali" project.  It comes from the 'Campo al Finocchio' vineyard, planted between 2002-2004 at 250m above sea level, with grey clays and galestro (friable clay/limestone marl).  The SW-facing vineyard is isolated, surrounded by trees. Harvest was...
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Syrah from Elqui, Chile
A blend of mostly Syrah, with some Carmenere, and tiny amounts of Malbec, the wine ferments in steel and then it is transferred to barrels, a mix of new and old, French, American, and Hungarian. Deliciously ripe, juicy and vibrant with loads of tannins and earthy elements.  
PedralongaCarolina (Caiño Blanco)
Caiño Blanco from Galicia, Spain
In 2002, after replanting parts of his vineyard with new vines of Albariño, Miguel left a spot bare, since it was too rocky and needed better preparation to receive new plants. Once the work on the land was done, he decided to plant Caiño Blanco, of which the family already had in a tiny plot. The...
Clos SaronCarte Blanche
White Blend from California, United States
Lodi Albariño/Verdelho (farmed by Markus Bockish) plus five percent Sauvignon Blanc from Renaissance.  Crushed by foot and made on the skins like a red wine.  
Union Grove DistilleryCatskill Mountain Maple Spirit
from New York State, United States
Distilled from Tree Juice Maple Syrup -- so technically considered a rum...(sourced locally, of course) and finished in oak barrels. Seasonal and limited!

Clos des FousCauquenina
Red blend from Maule, Chile
33% Carignan, 22% Pais, 12% Portugais Bleu, 12% Petite Sirah, 10% Syrah, 6% Malbec  and 5% Cinsault. Sourced from 4.5 acres of vines planted in 1985 at an altitude of 490 feet in granite soils. Farmed lutte raisonée. Aged in concrete and stainless steel on the lees for 12 months; bottled lightly...
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Fanny FougeratCèdre Blanc Extra Old
Ugni Blanc from Cognac, France
100% Ugni Blanc. Double-distilled in an alembic still; aged in oak for 18 years.  No filtration, no caramel, no sugar added. Very fine oaky notes on the nose, with cinnamon and vanilla; flavors of anise, tobacco, apricot and citrus. Very long . The current batch totalled 5 barrels.

Dominó - Vitor ClaroCelestino
Muscat a Petits Grains from Douro, Portugal
100% Muscat a Petits Grains sourced from Quinta da Olga, in the Douro region, a vineyard planted on schist at 600 meters altitude. Half of the grapes were crushed and macerated for three days, the other half was vinified on whole clusters and macerated for three months. Fermented and aged in steel...

Renardat-FâcheCerdon du Bugey (2018)
Poulsard from Bugey, France
70% Gamay/30% Poulsard. The certified-organic fruit is picked by hand, pressed and fermented in cold vats until it reaches about 6% alcohol. After a light filtration that leaves most of the active yeast in the unfinished wine, it is bottled and continues its fermentation in the bottle, finishing at...
Val de Mer (Patrick Piuze)Chablis
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From three parcels – Des Couverts (village of Chablis), Prehy (near Courgis), and Lignorelles. Fermented and aged in stainless steel.
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
An exceptional village-level Chablis with three-fourths of the fruit coming from the famous “Les Pargues” vineyard in Prehy and the balance comes from a village-level vineyard located just next to Montee de Tonnerre.  
Brocard, JulienChablis "Boissonneuse"
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
Domaine de la Boissonneuse is a single holding of 11 hectares. The parcel is on a hillside beside the village of Préhy and contains kimmeridgian soil of exceptionally high quality, with very fine minerals.The 30 year-old vines grow on interspersed layers of limestone and clay, brimming with fossils...
Piuze, PatrickChablis “Côteau de Fontenay”
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From a steep west-facing vineyard behind the Grand Cru hill on the right bank of the Serein. The valley runs north to south and cold winds come through from the north. Fermented and aged in stainless steel tanks. Notes of nectarine and a hint of thyme.
Piuze, PatrickChablis "La Grande Vallée"
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From the Les Pargues vineyard in the valley between the 1er Cru Montmains hill and 1er Cru Vaillons hill; this is considered a top site by the monks. Piuze treats this wine like his 1er or Grand Cru sites and vinifies and ages this wine in neutral oak.
Brocard, JulienChablis "Le 7ieme" Vin Nature
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
7ème is made without the addition of any sulfites. Like the other wines, fermentation happens spontaneously with indigineous yeasts. It's not filtered or fined and is slightly cloudy. Fermented and aged in an Austrian oak, Stockinger barrel. 
Piuze, PatrickChablis "Plateau de la Cornasse"
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From a parcel in Beine on the west side of Chablis. Vinified and aged in tank. Bright acidity with more tropical fruit.
Piuze, PatrickChablis "Terroir de Chablis"
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From two parcels, both north-facing, very near to 1er Cru Montmains. It’s fresh and rich on the palate with an herbal finish. Fermented and aged in tank.
Piuze, PatrickChablis "Terroir de Chichée"
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
Chichée is on a plateau near the 1er Cru Vaucoupin vineyard and it always takes the wind of the vintage - if it’s from the south, warm character; from the north, cooler notes.  Vinified and aged in tank. Very mineral with bright grapefruit.
Piuze, PatrickChablis "Terroir de Courgis"
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
Courgis is from a single vineyard on the left bank with clay topsoil on top of Kimmeridgian limestone bedrock. It’s typically the most weighty (think ripe, round fruit) of the Terroir wines. Fermented and aged in tank.
Piuze, PatrickChablis "Terroir de Fleys"
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From a vineyard near the eponymous village on the right bank of the Serein and very near to the 1er Cru Mont de Milieu. Normally the village level wines are fermented and aged in tank, this vineyard has such great quality, that Piuze treated it like his 1er and Grand Cru vineyards, fermenting and...
Piuze, PatrickChablis "Terroir de Fyé"
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
Fyé comes from a 2.5 hectare parcel surrounding a little chateau that you can see from the top of the Grand Cru hill near the subclimate, Chapelot in 1er Cru Montee de Tonnerre. This vineyard sits just opposite Blanchots. Fermented and aged entirely in stainless steel tanks. Fyé is characterized by...
Piuze, PatrickChablis “Terroir de la Chapelle”
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From a plot on a plateau on the left bank of the Serein, across from Fourchaume, from vines planted in 1974.  A fresh cuvée because the grapes never have direct contact with the sun, as the rows are planted east to west. Fermented and aged in tank.  
Piuze, PatrickChablis "Terroir Découverte"
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From a single-vineyard just next to 1er Cru Vaulorent, the north facing side of the Grand Cru hill, named Des Couverts. The vineyard lies in a cool corridor and is typically the last wine to be harvested.
Piuze, PatrickChablis "Vallée Sebillon"
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From the left bank of the Serein in the commune of Beines, in a valley with full south sun exposure. The wind corridor brings freshness to this wine; balanced and complex. 
Piuze, PatrickChablis 1er Cru Butteaux
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From 75 year old vines on Kimmeridgian limestone and clay soil. Butteaux is a sub-climate of 1er Cru Montmains. A chalky soil mixed with clay gives this left bank 1er Cru richness.
Brocard, JulienChablis 1er Cru Cote de Lechet
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
Côte de Léchet embodies the purest characteristics of Chablis: 38 degree slope right in the sun, very rocky soil, and small yields of deeply mineral wines. 
VocoretChablis 1er Cru Fôret VV
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
Fôrets is on the western side of the Serein river on a south-facing hill of high-quality Kimmeridgian soils just a few miles southwest of the town of Chablis. This site is known for elegant, steely expressions of Chardonnay. Aged in demi-muids, 1/3 new.
Piuze, PatrickChablis 1er Cru les Forêts
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From a single parcel of 70+-year-old vines (bordering Dauvissat’s vineyards) located on the left bank of the Serein River. The top soil has a pretty even mix of chalk and clay, giving salty and savory mineral notes. ALSO AVAILABLE IN MAGNUM!
Piuze, PatrickChablis 1er Cru Les Roncières
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
Roncières is a sub-climat of Vaillons with 35 year-old vines and eastern exposure.
Piuze, PatrickChablis 1er Cru Les Sechets
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
Sechets is a sub-climat of 1er Cru Vaillons. Minots is the warmest part of the valley;as the valley opens up, the sites are cooler. This wine has nice concentration with passion fruit and a salty minerality.
Piuze, PatrickChablis 1er Cru Montée de Tonnerre
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
From a single parcel of 70-year-old vines located on the right bank of the Serein River in the sub-climate of Montee de Tonnerre. There is a one-case limit per customer; this is due to the heavy frost, which severely reduced yields.
VocoretChablis 1er Cru Montée de Tonnerre
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
Considered one of the very best 1er cru of Chablis. The vineyard is on the right bank of the Serein, just next to the grand cru hill. The vineyards face southwest and the soil is very similar to that of the grand cru sites. There is a sandy topsoil with a Kimmeridgian limestone subsoil.  
VocoretChablis 1er Cru Vaillon
Chardonnay from Burgundy, France
On the left bank of the Serein. The name Vaillon comes from the Latin word valles meaning valley, which refers to the small valley where the vineyards are located.