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Domaine de la Chevalerie, Bourgueil Diptyque, 2017 (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.
Bloomer Creek, Cabernet Franc, 2016 (750ml)
Kim Engle and Debra Bermingham have been making natural wines for over a decade in the Finger Lakes. This rich and savory has beautiful fruit and peppery spice notes. Pair with goat cheese, bitter greens salad, or roasted swiss chard with feta.
Nicolas Reau, Anjou "Enlevement Demande", 2017 (750ml)
This Loire-based winemaker was a jazz and blues pianist before making a career jump to wine. 100% Cabernet Franc, this low-sulphur, zero oak wine is packed with summer fruit. Juicy and bouncy on the tongue. If you like New World Pinot Noir, try this!
La Porte Saint Jean, Saumur-Champigny (750ml)
Saumur Champigny may officially be the hottest wine region in the world right now, with a new superstar seeming to emerge with every vintage. Meanwhile, there are still a few high-quality producers who continue to make very nicely priced every-day sippers
Olga Raffault, Chinon, 'Picasses', 2014, (750ml)
Not only is this wine made by one of the most renowned domaines in Chinon, it is also from "Les Picasses" an important lieu-dit. Moreover, this tastes like the earthy goodness you want from a Cab Franc and has an even keeled full body.
Baudry, Chinon 'Les Granges,' 2017 (750ml)
Baudry is simply put, top dog in Chinon right now. Beautiful cherry fruit at the core with that signature Cab Franc lining of herbaceous goodness. The 'Les Granges' bottling is a fresh and easy to love Chinon that is extremely enjoyable in its youth.