A medium-bodied rustic red from Romagna in central Italy. Hailing from the region where you find authentic parmesan, it just makes sense to pair this beauty with a hunk of bread, olive oil, balsamic, and some wild boar sausage.... Read More
A beautful, affordable expression of entry level right bank Bordeaux. Pretty lush and woodsy on the palate--a nice after dinner red to pair with a farmy Camembert or pair alongsite slow roasted lamb shanks.
This Cabernet Sauvignon is a fresher style than other representations of the grape. We harvest the grapes at lower brix compared to neighboring Napa Valley to help highlight the style we prefer and keep it fairly simple in the... Read More
This is the top dog bottling from this micro-estate on the right bank. Old vines. Longer ageing in barrel. It's a concentrated red with brambly fruit, soft baking spices, and a silken texture. We opened this wine and it shows... Read More
Le Puy’s main-production wine “Emilien” is comprised of 85% Merlot, 14% Cabernet Sauvignon, and 1% Carmenère. After spontaneous fermentation in cement vats, it is transferred to 50-hectoliter foudres for... Read More
The Clos du Jaugueyron is the most important wine Michel makes. Long, complex, probably indestructible, it is a wine that is true to the traditions of Margaux; without the Chateau owner, the cellar master and the army of workers.... Read More
Michel Theron wasn't supposed to be making Haut-Medoc. Originally from the Languedoc Roussillon, when he went to Bordeaux to study winemaking in 1988, the plan he had in mind was to go back to the family estate and take over.... Read More
Of the three vintages we recevied, the 1999 is truly at its peak. The aromas are earthy, primal, and animalistic with a dash of fruit. But make no bones about it, this one is savory with a capital S. The texture on the palate... Read More