Monday, May 4, 2020


French WHITE Wine Sampler...$75 / 6 bottle mixed pack

Get 1 bottle of each of the 6 wines 
regular price for the six below would be $85.94
(we reserve the right to substitute a wine of equal or greater value in case of out of stocks)


  • Horgelus Côtes Gascogne de Blanc
  • La Noble Chardonnay
  • La Croix Gratiot Picpoul de Pinet
  • Heritage Familial Bordeaux Blanc
  • Lancyre Roussanne
  • Medimer Cotes de Thau Piquepoul

More info on the wines!!
2017 La Noble Chardonnay....$13.99
The 2017 Chardonnay is terrific as well as a smoking value! Stone fruits, buttered citrus, white flowers and a hint of salty minerality all give way to a medium-bodied, clean, deliciously balanced, pure Chardonnay that over-delivers. Drink this soft, forward, terrific Chardonnay over the coming year or two.
Rated 90/100 Jeb Dunnuck

2018 Horgelus Côtes Gascogne de Blanc....$9.99
40% Sauvignon and 60% Gros Manseng
We taste so many Cotes de Gascogne and most are just boring and insipid. Horgeuls is exciting and vibrant!
The estate is run now by Yoan Le Menn, his son. Yoan represents the younger generation of oenologists who work tirelessly to combine modernity and experience. The biggest task is preserving of the aromas by limiting, as much as possible, all forms of oxidation of the “must” and the wines. For this reason the grapes are harvested early in the morning – from 3am to 11 am – in order to take advantage of the cool air. On the other hand, the carbon dioxide from the alcoholic fermentation is recuperated to protect the newly pressed juice. From the grape to the bottling process, everything is designed to preserve the fruity flavors and freshness of our wines.

2017 Lancyre Roussanne....$19.99
Crushed stone, pineapple and tangerine notes mingle easily on the nose of the 2017 Val de Montferrand Roussanne. This is pleasantly crisp and fresh, with tropical notes up front but zesty citrus on the finish, and in between there's a pleasantly plump, medium-bodied wine with immense appeal.
Rated 90/100 Wine Advocate

2018 Medimer Cotes de Thau Piquepoul...$12.99
Perfect mix of dry and fruity
Our customers love Picpoul or Piquepoul and this new 2018 release is fresh and delicious. If you like a fruity Sauvignon Blanc, a fresh Gruner Veltiner, or crisp Chablis, then you should try Piquepoul. It is a versatile food wine for everyday. Great on its own enjoying outside on the patio. Enclosed with a screw cap too.
They are considered the largest Thau Basin port, known for its white wines which pair perfectly with oysters is ideal for sipping outside on a terrace.

2018 La Croix Gratiot Picpoul de Pinet....$12.99
For a grape variety that can sometimes be aggressive, this is an beautifully balanced Picpoul. The nose is perfumed with floral, and tropical fruit notes. In the mouth the wine is full of stone fruit, melon, and fruit cocktail notes. The soft fruit is tempered with an intense minerality, and citrus notes. Picpoul de Pinet has always been a textbook match for oysters, mussels, and just about any other type of shellfish you can imagine.
About Picpoul de Pinet: Known as the “Chablis of the South”, the wines of Picpoul de Pinet are crisp, bright and refreshing. The name Picpoul, literally translates as “Lip Stinger”, referring to the grape’s naturally bright acidity. A line of hills protects the appellation of Picpoul de Pinet from the northwestern winds, while the coastal winds from the Mediterranean temper the summer heat. The appellation includes six communes: Mèze, Montagnac, Pinet, Florensac, Pomérols, and Castelnau-de Guers.

2018 Heritage Familial Bordeaux Blanc...$15.99
This is a fantastic value made by a great Bordeaux Family- Franc de Ferriere. The family vineyard is located to the east of the Bordeaux wine region, about 25 minutes from Saint-Emilion. Wines of the Franc de Ferriere family originate from a unique area on the hills of the Dordogne river, giving the appellation all of its originality and grace.  Our philosophy and practices are constantly evolving in order to produce wines that are unique, elegant and full of flavours.

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