France




Chateau Haut Rian 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?



Capitelles des Fermes Capitelles des Fermes $11.00

A beautifully feminine wine from southern France. Notes of cherry, chocolate, spice with a touch of earthy undertones. Soft, smooth tannin, just an easy drinking wine. At this price it's best to grab a couple for reserves.



Veuve du Vernay Veuve du Vernay $12.00

French bubbly on the affordable side. How good can it be for this price? Prepare for a nice surprise. Lovely strawberry nose, toasty, creamy, floral flavors with a hint of white pepper and rose petals, and a long, dry finish.



Haut Pougnan Bordeaux 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!



Leon Perdigal Cote du Rhone Leon Perdigal Cote du Rhone $12.00

With a ruby red robe, this wine features a bouquet of red berries with hints of pepper and garrigue herbs. On the palette, the red fruit flavors carry over with spicy, well integrated tannins on a medium body.



Le Grand Noir Chardonnay Le Grand Noir Chardonnay $13.00

A lovely blend from the south west of France. The Viognier brings a bright flower and apricot to the nose, a bit of French and American oak to bring some depth. Very well balanced, crisp and just a very good white at a great price. No its not Burgundy, no its not California, its a lovely blend of both styles.



Chateau Petit Thouars Touraine Cab Franc Chateau Petit Thouars Touraine Cab Franc $13.00

100% Cabernet Franc from the Loire Valley, France, this little gem is juicy and very drinkable especially with our brie and chevre cheeses. Hints of herbs and red fruits and purple flowers. Enjoy!!



Domaine Duffour Domaine Duffour $14.00

From the Gascone region is France, better known for its Armagnac production, we have a delicious white made by the grapes used for Armagnac. Colombard takes the lead with Gros Manseng and Ugni Blanc filling the gaps. Medium body, crisp acidity, bright citrus nose with green apple and pear on the palate.



Commanderie de Queyret Commanderie de Queyret $14.00

A gorgeous white Bordeaux to get you salivating. 50% Sauvignon Blanc. 25% Muscadelle, 25% Semillion. Citurs, stone fruits, minerality almost like seashells and salinity. Perfect accompaniment for sea food.



Commanderie de Queyret Commanderie de Queyret $14.00

A gorgeous white Bordeaux to get you salivating. 50% Sauvignon Blanc. 25% Muscadelle, 25% Semillion. Citurs, stone fruits, minerality almost like seashells and salinity. Perfect accompaniment for sea food.



Bastide de Beauvert Cotes du Rhone Bastide de Beauvert Cotes du Rhone $14.00

More of a robust Southern Rhone wine than you’d expect -- this 70% Grenache 30% Syrah Cotes du Rhone has notes of leather, red fruit, and spice on the nose. The taste is similar to the aroma with a little aftertaste of plum, violets, and nutmeg. A unique wine to try out!



Bourgueil Chanteleuserie Rose Bourgueil Chanteleuserie Rose $14.00

Domaine de la Chanteleuserie translates to "place where the larks sing". This is the land of Cabernet Franc and Bourgueil is among the most age-worthy of the Loire Valley reds, and the wines from Domaine de la Chanteleuserie are no exception. This wine is lovely and vibrant, with fresh red fruit flavors and a clean finish. A perfect Vino for your sunny afternoons on the patio!



Atlantique Sauvignon Blanc Atlantique Sauvignon Blanc $14.00

From the new Atlantique IGP and downstream for Sauvignon Blanc's most famous region comes this little crowd pleaser. Bright and vibrant but without the abrasive intensity found in the NZ style. Just a great drinker with light stonefruit, light hay and a touch of salinity.



Dom Faillenc St Marie L'Ange d'Oc Dom Faillenc St Marie L'Ange d'Oc $14.00

How to explain this wine?? A style that's not allowed, a grape that's illegal in the D'Oc AOC, but really interesting and delicious. Heavy maceration, slight oxidation on Langedoc Sav Blanc. Love the sticker saying NOT IGP classification! Big acid, big body, big flavors of tangy apricot.





Croix de Mouchet 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.



Daniel Boccard Bugey Daniel Boccard Bugey $15.00

Historically thought of as part of Burgundy, Bugey is a designation that sits along the Rhone river between Lyon and Geneva. This Pinot Noir rose has a delicate nose of strawberries with vibrant acidity and minerality, making this a great summertime wine.



Domaine des Escaravailles Cotes du Rhone Domaine des Escaravailles Cotes du Rhone $15.00

A blend of Grenach, Syrah, and Carignan from the Rhone Valley, France. Spice dominates the nose as well as brick, cherries, blackberries and cassis. Make sure to have with some of our heavier cheeses and meats.



Kermit Lynch Cotes du Rhone Kermit Lynch Cotes du Rhone $15.00

Kermit Lynch helped craft this wine from a co-op in the Southern Rhone. Undergoing natural fermentation, aged in concrete vats, this wine showcases generous black fruits, a gentle spiciness and herbaceous thyme and rosemary. Juicy with chewy tannins, a textbook Cotes du Rhone that can work with spicy food quite handily.



Domaine du Couron Domaine du Couron $15.00

All you would want from a viognier, right here! Luscious oily texture, herbaceous aromas with a subtle cilantro background. Round mouthfeel, tropical fruits on the palate and shining acidity.



Les Coteaux Tufiers Les Coteaux Tufiers $15.00

An absolute gorgeous demi-sec Chenin Blanc from the appellation of Vouvray. Classic minerality working harmoniously with flavors of melon, honeysuckle and white peach. Just the right amount of sweet, balanced perfectly by its acidity.



La Croix Belle La Croix Belle $15.00

All Syrah from the up and coming Languedoc. Nice baked, black cherry with warm granite show on the nose with summer flowers and a bit of meaty character. Palate has some spice and is a touch rustic but that adds to the charm. Definitely miles away from Yellowtail Shiraz!



Tessellae Tessellae $15.00

Grenache, Syrah and Mouvedre take most of the shine in southern France. But this carignan from Languedoc carves out its own spot, rightfully so. Rich dark fruits with a background of floral, spice and minerality. Round, smooth tannins and oh so easy to drink.



Mission La Caminade Cahors Mission La Caminade Cahors $15.50

Malbec's home is France, and the difference in elevation and the cooler climate make for a different take on this varietal. With black cherry, blackberry, and black pepper flavors, it's leaner, meaner and enjoys an hour to open up before drinking. If you love Malbec, you owe it to yourself to try a Cahors. With 15% Merlot as well.



Saint Hilaire Blanquette di Limoux Saint Hilaire Blanquette di Limoux $16.00

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.



Domaine Lafond Tavel Domaine Lafond Tavel $16.00

This richly colored Rose from Tavel opens with a mild wet stone and gentle strawberry bouquet. On the palate, this wine is light to medium bodied, balanced, and savory. The flavor profile is a mineral infused strawberry and gentle red raspberry blend with a hint of white pepper. The finish is dry and nicely refreshing. I would pair this very nice Rose with grilled salmon this summer.



Domaine de la Cote Domaine de la Cote $16.00

Beautiful and complex Cotes Du Rhone from the village site of Valreas. Black cherry, thyme, subtle medicinal quality (in a good way). Medium body, smooth tannin, an excellent food wine. A great price for a higher tier C.D.R.



KuentzBas Alsace Blanc KuentzBas Alsace Blanc $16.00

From a small 5 acre plot at one of the highest vineyards in Alsace comes this magical blend of lesser knows. There's almost too much happening on the nose with rich floral and mineral tones. Not sweet, not dry, it's got the pedigree of a grand cru in an approachable style and price. It's not like anything else and probably why Julie Andrews was really singing and spinning in these mountain fields.



Chambery Blanc Chambery Blanc $16.50

Light , fresh and clean, this aromatized fortified wine is awesome. Drink by itself as an apertif, or on ice with a splash of club soda and lemon. Vermouth is very versatile, so take one home and see what the hype is about!



Trinquevedel Trinquevedel $17.00

Tavel is the only appellation in the Southern Rhone solely dedicated to rose production. Grenache is playing the lead role in this blend along with clairette, mouvedre, and syrah. Cherry, strawberry, blood orange, lavender and a chalky minerality. A balance of bold and grace perfectly integrated in the glass.



1911 1911 $17.00

A single vineyard where 14 varieties grow. The average age of the vines are 100 years old. Blended together to create a deep concentrated wine with robust aromas of dark brambly fruit, white peppery spice, dried flowers and herbs. Great structure and acidity and overall a fun wine. Grenache is the dominant grape by a slim margin with many local varieties in the blend.



La Croix Mouchet St. Emilion La Croix Mouchet St. Emilion $18.00

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.



Dom Bernard moreau Dom Bernard moreau $18.00

A great entry level Burgundy for those looking to explore a new region, or maybe you just want a great French pinot under twenty bucks. Bright, lively nose full with floral and cherry notes. Soft tannins and lovely mouthfeel.



Perrusset Macon Villages Perrusset Macon Villages $18.00

Just a few miles from the town of Chardonnay, Henri works 10 acres of 20 year old vines struggling on rocky limestone soils. Time on the lees but next to no oak means creamy but pure fruit. Ripe apple mixes with lemon zest and stony minerality. White Burgundy at this price??



Nicolas Sauternes 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.



Domaine Dupeuble Beaujolais Domaine Dupeuble Beaujolais $18.50

A wonderful, juicy, fruity and earthy Gamay from the southern part of Burgundy, France. Smooth cherries and black berries dominate as well as a little mushroom and earth, great for a soft drinking red.



Chateau de Bord Chateau de Bord $19.00

Just to the west of the infamous Chateauneuf-du-pape lies the village of Laudub from where this wine hails. Originally planted during the Roman rule, now owned by the Brotte family, tis wine gives bright raspberry flavors with an earthy, clay profile along with fennel and sage. A gritty texture as if your tasting the land it comes from. Single vineyard, delicious and affordable!



May George Cremant de Loire May George Cremant de Loire $19.00

Truly a gorgeous Cremant. Almost all Chenin, there's faint whispers of frangipani, peach, and honeysuckle nestled in the limestone and baking bread aromas. Bracing acidity, clean finish, one of the best we've found. As good as any Vouvray Brut at half the price!



Clos Mazurique Clos Mazurique $19.00

Along the Loire river you'll find Saumur. Cab Franc dominates the red plantings and we can see a prime example with this bottle. Perfumed floral aromas, dark cherry, forest floor and mineral. Gorgeous mouthfeel and smooth tannic structure. Bright acidity making this wine an easy drinker.



Chateau Sainte Eulalie Minervois Chateau Sainte Eulalie Minervois $20.00

A great value for Minervois. Rich, intensely scented, sweet, port like quality to nose. Generous brambly, black fruit, smoky oak flavors. Well crafted, balanced and just lovely.







Savary Chablis 2014 Savary Chablis 2014 $23.00

Chardonnay in possibly its purest form. A touch of neutral oak and bracing acidity shows the ideal balance that great Chablis can offer between the butteriness of Chardonnay and pure intense stony acid. Thanks to a great year its drinking beautifully now.



Chateau de Pizay Chateau de Pizay $23.00

From the Beaujolais Cru Morgon comes this really tasty wine with light notes of red cherry, cranberry, and leather with a hint of bubblegum on the nose followed with a refreshing, smooth palate of baked cherries, surprisingly meaty tannins, and raspberries to finish it out. Goes well with leather bound books and a quiet evening.



Chateau Raymond Lafon Sauternes Chateau Raymond Lafon Sauternes $23.00

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.



Aperol Aperol $24.00

The name says it all: Aperol is the perfect aperitif. Bright orange in colour, it has a unique taste, thanks to the secret recipe, which has never been changed, with infusions of selected ingredients including bitter and sweet oranges and many other herbs (including rhubarb) and roots in perfect proportions.



Champalou Vouvray Brut Champalou Vouvray Brut $25.00

Lovely gold with copious, tiny bubbles. The Chenin shows subtle aromas of orange zest, lemon zest, dried pear and a little floral honeysuckle. A sip brings a punch of lively apple, pear and light orange with faint honey and fennel. The finish leaves you pondering the wines many dimensions. Better with a wider range of food than Champagne at a better price for certain!



Blain Soeur & Frere Blain Soeur & Frere $26.00

Cru Beaujolais! Need I say more?!! This Brouilly shows bright cranberry, cherry and strawberry with subtle floral notes and just a touch of earth. A bit more tannin and structure than a base level Beaujolais with lovely acidity. Goes down easy, so grab a couple!



Clos Troteligotte, K Or Clos Troteligotte, K Or $26.00

Spicy aromas and flavors of plums, violets, and blackberry with focused mineral notes, rich texture and sturdy tannins. The iron chunks scattered atop this vineyard are so pure you could sell them to a smelter. Emmanuel farms organically with ease (he is above the fog line and therefore has no issues with mildew). Rows are plowed by horse. A remarkable and memorable Malbec.



Champalou Fondreaux Vouvray Champalou Fondreaux Vouvray $28.00

The best producer and his best cuvee, if you are going to do Vouvray you might as well do it right. Soft and slightly sweet melon, citrus and peach. Elegant and supple with haunting flavors and not overly sweet. Find out what Chenin Blanc can taste like.





Chave Circa Chave Circa $29.00

Prolific winemaker, Jean-Louis Chave, known for his amazing Hermitage, brings us an equally amazing white blend from southern Rhone. A Roussanne, Marsanne blend, its big, fleshy, full of texture. Honeydew, apple peel, hints of tropical fruits, white flowers and baking spices. To grab a bottle by this historic producer is a rare find!



Pabiot Tradition Pouilly Fume Pabiot Tradition Pouilly Fume $29.00

An organic class act from Pouilly Fume. Five months on the lees and aged in stainless steel, there is nothing interfering with the flint and limestone soil and the beautiful and linear sharpness of the fruit. A dangerously addictive wine that will haunt you until you break down and buy it again.



Dopo Teatro Cocchi Dopo Teatro Cocchi $30.00

"Dopo Teatro" refers to "after theatre" service, a beautiful digestiv that makes you content with all of the food sins you just committed. This vermouth amaro has fun botanicals such as chiretta flowers and cinchona bark. Wild right? Add this to your cellar for a party pleaser, and send everyone home happy.



Tissot Poulsard Tissot Poulsard $33.00

Along the eastern boarder of France where it meets Switzerland lies a region named Jura. Beautiful picturesque scenes of rolling hills, lakes and mountains. It is here where this open top barrel fermented wine using indigenous yeast is made. Violets and roses, baked strawberries, medium body, smooth tannins.



Rollan de By Rollan de By $33.00

A beautiful left bank Bordeaux, Merlot dominant with the usual supporting roles of Cab Sav/Franc and Petit Verdot. Rustic character showing cassis, dried red fruits, licorice, vanilla and baking spices. For a 2011 it still has some ageability if so inclined.



Chateau Aney Haut Medoc Bordeaux Chateau Aney Haut Medoc Bordeaux $33.00

A classic left bank blending of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Petit Verdot and Cabernet Franc. Great structure and earthiness balanced with loads of dark fruit, Generous concentration and smoothness that is an absolute thrill to drink right now or further down the road. Kermit can pick them!



Cheveau Pouilly Fuisse Cheveau Pouilly Fuisse $33.00

A beautiful, creamy, lush and rich white burgundy. A palate of finesse and character with hints of apricots, fresh Anjou pears and peaches. The nose could last for days, even if the wine itself does not, a joyous addition from Pouilly-Fuisse.



Hippolyte Reverdy Hippolyte Reverdy $34.00

Sancerre is well known for its production of Sauvignon Blanc. This small production of Sancerre Rouge focuses on Pinot Noir following the Burgundy model. Meaning you can get a high quality Burgundy style Pinot without the Burgundy price. Gorgeous cherries and ripe strawberries, subtle earthy tones, great acid and lengthy finish.



Braastad VSOP Braastad VSOP $37.00

Braastad has been a family operation, making Cognac since 1875. This V.S. is a blend of several eaux-de-vie, some of which has spent 12 years in barrel. Fruity and floral, it shows almonds and white flowers on the nose with citrus fruits and clementines on the palate. Smooth and made for sippin slowly.



Bouzeron Bouzeron $37.00

If you are a wine geek you've heard of D.R.C. wines. They retail for tens of thousands of dollars. This is a project by DRC's winemaker, Aubert de Villaine, from a smaller estate. 100% Aligote. Bright, dry, fresh fruit, similar in style to a Chablis. Great food wine pairing with shellfish and a variety of cheeses.



Tiercerolles Tiercerolles $38.00

As far as geography is concerned, a thin line separates the hill of Hermitage from the surrounding Crozes-Hermitage. However, a big leap in price point separates the two as well. This Crozes offers everything you'd want in a Hermitage without breaking the bank. A savory, meaty Syrah, violets, black pepper, red fruits, soft tannins, just straight delicious.





Coffinet-Duvernay Voillenots Coffinet-Duvernay Voillenots $42.00

From Chassagne-Montrachet with a bright ruby color. Nose of fresh raspberry and wild logan berries. Spicy potpourri with ripe and lush cherry and plum aftertaste. Quite structured and very well balanced acidity. Drinking perfectly now after 8 years.



Chapoutier La Bernardine CDP Chapoutier La Bernardine CDP $44.00

Almost all Grenache, this nose is intense spice and ripe red cherry and raspberry. A little time open and it transforms and softens. Try to count the number of aromas and flavors, you'll never stop. And probably at the best price in the state here in our little shop.



Parigot Volnay Parigot Volnay $46.00

Volnay is between Pommard and Meursault and often produces the best reds of the Cote de Beaune. Structured and silky, with elegance and plenty of delicious Pinot Noir fruit, black cherries, soft forest leaves, a wisp of tannic structure and lively acid. Don't touch this unless you're prepared to have your heart and palate stolen. How this is the same grape as Meomi I'll never know...



Canard-Duchene p181 Canard-Duchene p181 $50.00

These grapes have been grown organically for years and years, the French just dont want to go through the trouble and cost of becoming certified. These grapes were selected from villages surrounding Riems. Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Meunier bringing gorgeous aromas of fresh brioche, strawberry, cherry blossom, apple and pear. Beautiful mouthfeel, can pair well with any meal or stand alone.





Saint Aubin Saint Aubin $55.00

If your ready to get serious about Chardonnay, lets talk Burgundy. Here we have a premier cru just north of Chassange-Montrachet. Floral aromas complimented by subtle notes of toasted nuts, sweet honey and baking spices that develop with age. Estate grown fruit fermented on the lees in French barrels, aged for at least one year.



Roland Champion Roland Champion $55.00

Until 2008, this producer of Champagne was exclusive to France. Now we have the luxury of tasting this fine, Grand Cru, grower bubbly. 100% Chardonnay, immediately pressed after hand-harvesting on site to preserve its freshness and aged in ancient chalk cellars. Crisp apple, pear, brioches, buttery, creamy and delightful.



Chateau Belgrave Chateau Belgrave $66.00

From a Grand Cru Classe vineyard in Haut-Medoc, this Cab dominant Bordeaux is something special. Complex aromas and flavors of red fruits, rocky soil, herbs, pepper and fennel. Grippy tannins and lengthy finish. Allow this to open up and it will tell you all its secrets.



Gonet 2004 Grand Cru Champagne Gonet 2004 Grand Cru Champagne $77.00

You can have a toast two ways with this beauty! Toasted bread with honey and green apple on the nose leading into some great acid with mousse and hazelnuts in the mouth to round it out. This 2004 Champagne Prestige Brut Nature is ready to drink today!



Orchard Wine Cellar Movers and Shakers This Week

Fun New Arrivals

  • Broc Carignan

    Broc Carignan

    From 130+ yr old vines, and on original rootstock comes this remarkable Carignan. All native yeasts, no SO2 used during production means pure bright flavors of tart cherry, blueberry and unmistakeable juicy tang from carbonic maceration. Why spend $34 on wine.com?

  • Obsidian Cab

    Obsidian Cab

    A wonderful classic CA Cab with solid structure from the altitude and Hungarian oak. Reserved and dark on the nose with aromas of blackberries, hints of black licorice and coffee. Really nice and elegant. Touch on the masculine side with no jammy, jelly jar junk here. Wonderfully different.

  • Augier le singulier

    Augier le singulier

    Founded in 1643, Augier is the oldest producer of cognac in the world! This cognac in particular uses 100% Folle Blanche, providing unique characteristics. Aromatic, fruity notes with subtle nuances of caramel from oaking. Ridiculously smooth and delicious. It's no mystery why Augier have been in business for so long!

  • Three Brooms

    Three Brooms

    This single vineyard, certified sustainable sav blanc shows lovely white flower, chili pepper, and gooseberry on the nose with some sandy mineralogy. Very nice weight and balance showing passion fruit, ripe apple flavors. Such a pleasant surprise is the roundness, the acid is lively and energetic but not abrasive.