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La Petite Gargotte

$9.99 (NET)
Best Seller
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The Comte Tolosan region encompasses famed wine regions: Jurancon, Cahors and Armagnac. Typically, the white wines are based upon neutral grapes like Ugni Blanc, Colombard, and Folle Blanche, or more aromatic grapes like Petit Manseng or Gros Manseng. While few of these grapes have distinctive personalities, if you put them into a harmonious blend, they can be pretty charming.

Type, Body & Flavor

White Wine
Medium Bodied
Floral
Lemon Lime
Grenache

Ladron del Palacio

$49.99 (NET)
Best Seller
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The powers behind Bodegas Lo Nuevo are crucial to the modern success of Spanish wine, especially wines from the Levante, the Africa-facing south. Here the Almansa region grows Garnacha, among other traditional Spanish red grapes, but unlike the oxidized, alcoholic wines of yore, the new wines are bright and sunny with all the original fruits from the grape preserved. Bodegas Lo Nuevo would be the first to insist that their success is conditioned upon old vines grown at high altitudes. Here the Garnacha is at nearly 3500 feet, where the otherwise relentlessly warm temperatures see nighttime cooling into the 40s.

Type, Body & Flavor

Red Wine
Full Bodied
Black Berry
Black Cherry
Rosé/Blush

Lafage Miraflors Rose

$14.99 (NET)
Best Seller
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Dry rose is the flavor of the moment, and southern France is the style's birthplace and homeland. A refreshing blend of Mourvedre and Grenache Gris, more complex than most any dry rose you've ever had.

Type, Body & Flavor

Rosé/Blush
Light Bodied
Floral
Rosé/Blush

Larme en Rose

$12.99 (NET)
Best Seller
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If you stick around the wine business long enough, you’ll have seen it all. Where once wine coolers were cooler than Liebfraumilch, now hard seltzer is hot (served cold). White Zin was once de rigeur, though it was never French; it was from the good ol’ US of A. But then that became too sweet and the category died. Or seemed to. Because then rosé rose up like a zombie eager for fresh meat, though the current iteration of the pink stuff is more often French than not. Provence is the epicenter of it and the French have figured out how we like it: dry, pale pink, light and refreshing.

Type, Body & Flavor

Rosé/Blush
Light Bodied
Floral
Rosé/Blush

Le Cabas Grenache Rose

$9.99 (NET)
Best Seller
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Grenache is a remarkable grape with the ability to generate rich, dark and powerful wine when the crop yields are modest, but just as equally it can make vast quantities of pleasant wine, with less color but vibrantly fruity aromas. As a basis for rosé, it’s very nearly perfect, and it’s been the grape of choice for southern French rosés for a century or more. A touch of texture, some brief gratings of black peppercorns and lots of raspberries and strawberries.

Type, Body & Flavor

Rosé/Blush
Light Bodied
Floral
Red Cherry
Sauvignon Blanc

Le Cabas Sauvignon Blanc

$12.99 (NET)
Best Seller
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Gascony ain't just the Three Muskateers, though they have a place in our hearts as well. More than anything, Gascony is foie gras, delicious plums and apricots, rich dinners with Armagnac to follow. But the white grapes grown here are not just for great brandy, they have always been consumed as wine too and the last decade or so has seen an embrace of clean, cold winemaking to preserve the aromas of otherwise neutral grapes like Ugni Blanc or Folle Blanche. It's also seen new plantings of Sauvignon Blanc, a grape that requires no heroic measures to reveal its aromatic riches. Whats fun here is that these same winemaking methods generate something bright and vibrant but without much resemblance to other such Sauvignon Blancs (I'm looking at you, New Zealand), many of which have begun to seem like self-caricature. This one is comfortably itself, needing only an ice bucket and a big glass.

Type, Body & Flavor

White Wine
Medium Bodied
Floral
Lemon Lime
Rosé/Blush

Le Sens du Vent Rose

$9.99 (NET)
Best Seller
Product Photo

It may seem oxymoronic but there is such a thing as the "best place for rosé wine." The Mediterranean coast of France has been making delicious pink wine for generations. Maybe it's just because tourists everywhere need something that's easy to drink. Or maybe it's because sunny Mediterranean France creates wines that combine fruitiness and tangy refreshment.

Type, Body & Flavor

Rosé/Blush
Light Bodied
Apricot
Floral
Sauvignon Blanc

Les Naturels Sauvignon Blanc

Organic
$12.99 (NET)
Best Seller
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To most, the Languedoc is a large scale region with small scale ambitions, but that outmoded view doesn't take into account the last decade of progress and aspirations. Even more importantly, there are ancient vineyards in the Languedoc that didn't get grubbed up and replaced with newer, sexier clones. Older vines have survived, and in the best spots, the climate is conducive to long life, and those vines that have provided the grapes for this wine have long been grown organically.

Type, Body & Flavor

White Wine
Light Bodied
Apricot
Floral
Red Blend

L'Oeil du Tigre

$29.99 (NET)
Best Seller
Product Photo

Nicolas Vellas says he rescued or found this grape in his vineyard so who are we to doubt it? It’s blended with Grenache to create a more nuanced balance (Nero Antica on its own can be a bit monolithic, so we’ve heard too) and you gotta admit: the bottle is rad.

Type, Body & Flavor

Red Wine
Full Bodied
Black Berry
Chocolate
Red Blend

Mas de Corasado

$49.99 (NET)
Best Seller
Product Photo

A blend of Grenache, Syrah, Monastrell and Carignan, this wine is aged for 18 months in French Oak barrels and then bottled in what may be the heaviest piece of glass in all of winedom :)

Type, Body & Flavor

Red Wine
Full Bodied
Black Berry
Black Cherry
Product Photo
White Blend

La Petite Gargotte

The Comte Tolosan region encompasses famed wine regions: Jurancon, Cahors and Armagnac. Typically, the white wines are based upon neutral grapes like Ugni Blanc, Colombard, and Folle Blanche, or more aromatic grapes like Petit Manseng or Gros Manseng. While few of these grapes have distinctive personalities, if you put them into a harmonious blend, they can be pretty charming.

Type, Body & Flavor

White Wine
Medium Bodied
Floral
Lemon Lime

Pairings & Occasions

Spicy Foods
Favorites
2019
FRANCE
$9.99 (NET)
Product Photo
Grenache

Ladron del Palacio

The powers behind Bodegas Lo Nuevo are crucial to the modern success of Spanish wine, especially wines from the Levante, the Africa-facing south. Here the Almansa region grows Garnacha, among other traditional Spanish red grapes, but unlike the oxidized, alcoholic wines of yore, the new wines are bright and sunny with all the original fruits from the grape preserved. Bodegas Lo Nuevo would be the first to insist that their success is conditioned upon old vines grown at high altitudes. Here the Garnacha is at nearly 3500 feet, where the otherwise relentlessly warm temperatures see nighttime cooling into the 40s.

Type, Body & Flavor

Red Wine
Full Bodied
Black Berry
Black Cherry

Pairings & Occasions

Steak
Celebration
2017
SPAIN
$49.99 (NET)
Product Photo
Rosé/Blush

Lafage Miraflors Rose

Dry rose is the flavor of the moment, and southern France is the style's birthplace and homeland. A refreshing blend of Mourvedre and Grenache Gris, more complex than most any dry rose you've ever had.

Type, Body & Flavor

Rosé/Blush
Light Bodied
Floral

Pairings & Occasions

Cheese
Snacks and Appetizers
Girls' Night Out
You Screwed Up
2019
FRANCE
$14.99 (NET)
Product Photo
Rosé/Blush

Larme en Rose

If you stick around the wine business long enough, you’ll have seen it all. Where once wine coolers were cooler than Liebfraumilch, now hard seltzer is hot (served cold). White Zin was once de rigeur, though it was never French; it was from the good ol’ US of A. But then that became too sweet and the category died. Or seemed to. Because then rosé rose up like a zombie eager for fresh meat, though the current iteration of the pink stuff is more often French than not. Provence is the epicenter of it and the French have figured out how we like it: dry, pale pink, light and refreshing.

Type, Body & Flavor

Rosé/Blush
Light Bodied
Floral

Pairings & Occasions

Snacks and Appetizers
Favorites
2019
FRANCE
$12.99 (NET)
Product Photo
Rosé/Blush

Le Cabas Grenache Rose

Grenache is a remarkable grape with the ability to generate rich, dark and powerful wine when the crop yields are modest, but just as equally it can make vast quantities of pleasant wine, with less color but vibrantly fruity aromas. As a basis for rosé, it’s very nearly perfect, and it’s been the grape of choice for southern French rosés for a century or more. A touch of texture, some brief gratings of black peppercorns and lots of raspberries and strawberries.

Type, Body & Flavor

Rosé/Blush
Light Bodied
Floral
Red Cherry

Pairings & Occasions

Snacks and Appetizers
Girls' Night Out
2019
FRANCE
$9.99 (NET)
Product Photo
Sauvignon Blanc

Le Cabas Sauvignon Blanc

Gascony ain't just the Three Muskateers, though they have a place in our hearts as well. More than anything, Gascony is foie gras, delicious plums and apricots, rich dinners with Armagnac to follow. But the white grapes grown here are not just for great brandy, they have always been consumed as wine too and the last decade or so has seen an embrace of clean, cold winemaking to preserve the aromas of otherwise neutral grapes like Ugni Blanc or Folle Blanche. It's also seen new plantings of Sauvignon Blanc, a grape that requires no heroic measures to reveal its aromatic riches. Whats fun here is that these same winemaking methods generate something bright and vibrant but without much resemblance to other such Sauvignon Blancs (I'm looking at you, New Zealand), many of which have begun to seem like self-caricature. This one is comfortably itself, needing only an ice bucket and a big glass.

Type, Body & Flavor

White Wine
Medium Bodied
Floral
Lemon Lime

Pairings & Occasions

Grilled Fish
Shellfish
Snacks and Appetizers
Celebration
2019
FRANCE
$12.99 (NET)
Product Photo
Rosé/Blush

Le Sens du Vent Rose

It may seem oxymoronic but there is such a thing as the "best place for rosé wine." The Mediterranean coast of France has been making delicious pink wine for generations. Maybe it's just because tourists everywhere need something that's easy to drink. Or maybe it's because sunny Mediterranean France creates wines that combine fruitiness and tangy refreshment.

Type, Body & Flavor

Rosé/Blush
Light Bodied
Apricot
Floral

Pairings & Occasions

Snacks and Appetizers
Loose Change
2019
FRANCE
$9.99 (NET)
Product Photo
Sauvignon Blanc

Les Naturels Sauvignon Blanc

To most, the Languedoc is a large scale region with small scale ambitions, but that outmoded view doesn't take into account the last decade of progress and aspirations. Even more importantly, there are ancient vineyards in the Languedoc that didn't get grubbed up and replaced with newer, sexier clones. Older vines have survived, and in the best spots, the climate is conducive to long life, and those vines that have provided the grapes for this wine have long been grown organically.

Type, Body & Flavor

White Wine
Light Bodied
Apricot
Floral

Pairings & Occasions

Grilled Fish
Date Night
2018
FRANCE
$12.99 (NET)
Product Photo
Red Blend

L'Oeil du Tigre

Nicolas Vellas says he rescued or found this grape in his vineyard so who are we to doubt it? It’s blended with Grenache to create a more nuanced balance (Nero Antica on its own can be a bit monolithic, so we’ve heard too) and you gotta admit: the bottle is rad.

Type, Body & Flavor

Red Wine
Full Bodied
Black Berry
Chocolate

Pairings & Occasions

Grilled Meats
Date Night
2017
FRANCE
$29.99 (NET)
Product Photo
Red Blend

Mas de Corasado

A blend of Grenache, Syrah, Monastrell and Carignan, this wine is aged for 18 months in French Oak barrels and then bottled in what may be the heaviest piece of glass in all of winedom :)

Type, Body & Flavor

Red Wine
Full Bodied
Black Berry
Black Cherry

Pairings & Occasions

Grilled Meats
Celebration
Tax Refund
2016
SPAIN
$49.99 (NET)
White Blend

La Petite Gargotte

$9.99 (NET)
Product Photo


Grenache

Ladron del Palacio

$49.99 (NET)
Product Photo


Rosé/Blush

Lafage Miraflors Rose

$14.99 (NET)
Product Photo


Rosé/Blush

Larme en Rose

$12.99 (NET)
Product Photo


Rosé/Blush

Le Cabas Grenache Rose

$9.99 (NET)
Product Photo


Sauvignon Blanc

Le Cabas Sauvignon Blanc

$12.99 (NET)
Product Photo


Rosé/Blush

Le Sens du Vent Rose

$9.99 (NET)
Product Photo


Sauvignon Blanc

Les Naturels Sauvignon Blanc

$12.99 (NET)
Product Photo


Red Blend

L'Oeil du Tigre

$29.99 (NET)
Product Photo


Red Blend

Mas de Corasado

$49.99 (NET)
Product Photo


 
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