Chateau Haut Rian $11.00
Classic White Bordeaux with lovely, bright, tangerine grapefruit notes. Pretty Sav Blanc acidity with Semillon body. Gorgeous with seafood, especially cooked in butter sauce. How are this affordable when their red brethren are so pricey?
Haut Pougnan Bordeaux $12.00
From out at the edge of Bordeaux in Entres du Mers comes this straightforward, value blend. A bit lighter than most with good acid structure and ample fruit. A great wine to have around, looks like you spent big bucks but we won't tell a soul!
Croix de Mouchet $15.00
A beautiful right bank Bordeaux, sure to please. Aromas of red fruits, plums and earthy notes from the terroir, followed by a vanilla and spice from oak aging. Grippy tannins and decent acid, this St. Emilion is sure to please the French wine lover in you.
Sparkling wine that predates Champagne by at least 150 years! Light, crisp and fruity, if you like Champagne give this a try for a bargain, you wont regret it.
chateau la rame $18.00
La Croix Mouchet St. Emilion $18.00
Nicolas Sauternes $18.00
An affordable Sauternes?? For any fan of ice wine or dessert wines, Sauternes is the gold standard. Snuggle up with this after dinner to revel in its rich honeysuckle, stone fruit aromas and intense baked peach and honey flavors. Lovely balance of sweetness with acidity, concentration with freshness, and power with elegance.
One of the top producers at a great bargain. We committed to buying this a year ago to get this price and weren’t disappointed. Lemon peel, almond, coconut, mango, quince with refreshing acidity and just a hint of tannic grip.
Laronde Desormes $25.00
From a stellar year in Bordeaux, this is classic styled but with a bit more rich and dark fruit showing big blackberry and plum aromas and flavors. Over a year in new oak helps with a firm structure and almost chewy texture. Nice wet stone and clay minerality too.