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Ruge, Prosecco Colfondo 'L'Essenziale', NV (750ml)
Go on and shake things up (literally, shake this bottle) and get into this cloudy, ancient styling of Glera. Though there is a natural and lovely fruitiness to this wine it is in fact bone dry and would be nice to have with a snack.
Louis-Antoine Luyt, Portezuelo Blanco, 2019 (1L)
Clean and floral orange wine from the Itata region of Chile. Mainly Torontel, Chasselas, Semillon, and Muscat d’Alexandria from organic, dry-farmed bush vines ranging from 100 to 200 years old. Grapefruit, orange pith, and sweet autumn clematis notes.
Les Matheny, Arbois Trousseau, 2017 (750ml)
Les Matheny’s 2015 Trousseau is a brooding, serious beast, bristling with energy and thickly textured. Its brash, iron-inflected nose erupts from the glass like a missile, with pitch-black, spice-drenched fruit battling for attention with the wine’s core
Les Matheny, Arbois Chardonnay, 2014 (750ml)
Quite a few parcels comprise Les Matheny’s Chardonnay, and Emeric vinifies each one separately, deciding on the final blend only after each individual wine develops its personality with time in barrel—in this case, well-worn 600-liter tonneaux.
Purity Wine, Grenache "Oakstone Vineyard," Quench! Nevada County, 2017 (750ml)
Purity is making some of the most intriguing wines in California right now. Exciting and new with a level of soul. That's what we want from our west coast wines! The Oakstone Grenache is bright and savory with fennel and fruity notes.
Ruth Lewandowski, Rosé Cuvée Zero, 2018 (750ml)
Rose from Fox Hill Vineyards and Rorick Heritage Vineyard in Calaveras. Spicy, savory, earthy, and complex. Does wonderfully on the table with anything from summer squash to pork tenderloin. 41% Tinta Roriz, 37% Souzao, 22% Touriga Nacional.
Domaine de la Chevalerie, Bourgueil Diptyque, 2015 (750ml)
Bistro top dog, all Cab Franc. Earthy, red and black fruits, just right for all that you want (roasted birds, meats in rich sauces, butter on butter). The Caslot family has only owned Domaine de la Chevalerie estate since 1640, we're in.